Whole house fans help reduce your electrical bill because you will not have to turn on your air conditioner as often. A whole house fan's primary purpose is to pull cooler air from the outside, and push hot air out through the vents in your attic. If your attic is cooler, your house will be cooler. We have an article you can read titled Invest in a Whole House Exhaust Fan.
QuietCool leads the way when it comes to quiet, efficient whole house fans.
The main benefit of installing a QuietCool whole house fan is that they run very quietly. The QuietCool fans also run very efficiently. They are top rated by the California Energy Commission for ventilation fans based on the CFM/watts used.
Installation of this whole house fan is also very easy. It simply mounts in the attic, by hanging from the rafters. Included in the box is a template to cut the opening for the grill. The built-in gravity damper box prevents drafts from entering your living space.
Features & Benefits:
“I recently replaced my old A/C unit with a QuietCool whole house system and I cannot believe the difference it makes. Every room has this beautiful cool breeze blowing gently through it and the temperature has gone from 95º to 75º F!
—Michelle from Arizona
Control Options: Off the shelf, the QC CL-3100
comes equipped with a standard 120 VAC line cord. This will allow the fan to run
at full power either via optional remote kit, or standard on/off switch.
The QC 3100 is capable of operating in a two speed mode, this requires a hardwired installation as well as a 3-way wall switch. For specific wiring information, see the QuietCool CL-3100 Installation Manual
QC CL-3100 Whole House Fan Specifications:
|120 VAC, 60Hz
|299 Watts High, 256 Watts Low
|3126 CFM High, 2847 CFM Low
|HVI-916 Airflow (for CA Title 24 New Construction):
|Power Cord Length:
|Motor Head Diameter:
|Motor Head Length:
|Remote control or hard wire capabilities
|Barometric Pressurized R5 Dampers
|14 1/4" x 22 1/4"
|Intake Grill Outside Dimension:
|16" x 24"
|Intake Grill Color:
|Minimum suggested attic venting - 4.17 square feet net free area
|Covers up to 1570 square feet
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How to Find Out How Much Net Free Venting
Area You Have in Your Home:
1. Measure All the Vents You Find In Your Home
If you were to measure (length x width) of each vent in your homes attic/roof, you would have a ball park idea of how much roof and attic venting your home has.
2. Measure In Inches, Then Convert to Square Feet
Take The Total Area Of Your Vents In Inches And Convert To Sq. Ft By Dividing By 144
3. If Your Vents Are Screened – Take Your Total Area and Cut It In Half!
Since most vents are screened, which can obstruct 1/2 of the air flowing out of the – once you have your gross total area of venting, multiply that number by .5 to get your Net Free Area Of Venting.
Example: If we take one 12″ x 12″ gable end vent and multiply the length (12″) by the width (12″) we would have a total of 144 square inches of venting. To convert to sq. ft. we would divide by 144 (since there are 144 sq. inches in one square foot). When we divide 144/144 we see that equals 1 sq. ft. But since our vent is screened, we would take our 1 sq. ft and cut it in half. That leave us with .5 sq. ft of net free venting.
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