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Homewerks

Bath Fan - Square, No Cut, 110CFM, 1.5 Sones, AC Motor

#7140-110
  • Homewerks Worldwide bath fan with simple white grill
  • Corrosion resistant galvanized steel housing stands up to moisture
  • 110 CFM reduces moisture to help prevent mildew
  • 2.0 sones for quiet operation
  • AC Motor engineered for continuous operation
  • Manages moisture in rooms up to 110 sq. ft.

Product Description

This Homewerks Worldwide bath fan is built to quietly remove moisture and humidity from your bathroom. This bath fan has a simple white grill to match most ceilings. For ease of installation, this fan also features no-cut housing.

  • Homewerks Worldwide bath fan with simple white grill
  • Corrosion resistant galvanized steel housing stands up to moisture
  • 110 CFM reduces moisture to help prevent mildew
  • 2.0 sones for quiet operation
  • AC Motor engineered for continuous operation
  • Manages moisture in rooms up to 110 sq. ft.

Specifications

Collection Name
N/A
Grille Width
N/A
Grille length
N/A
Housing width
7.5 in.
Housing length
7.25 in.
Maximum room size
110 sqft
Air Volume (CFM)
110 CFM
Amps
N/A
Finish
White
Duct compatibility
4 inches
Fan sound level (sones)
2 sones
Features
No- cut
Grille shape
Square
Housing Material
Galvanized steel
Installation type
Ceiling
Integrated Heater
No
Humidity Sensor
No
Motion Sensor
No
Speaker included
No
Lighted
No

FAQs

A: First be sure to check the Products section of this web site for downloadable installation instructions. These provide in depth information about how to install your ventilating bath fan.

A: There are a few variables that can affect noise level. The length of your duct run, the amount of bends in your duct run and the size of your restroom. A shorter dust run is better for performance and noise level. You want avoid having a bend or elbow right at the connection to the outlet or fan housing. If you used a reducer fitting between your bath fan outlet and your house ventilation duct, then the noise generated by your bath fan can be louder than normal. This can be adjusted by changing the diameter of your house ventilation duct to match the size of the fan outlet. Lastly as stated on the box, you want to match your square footage as close to CFM rating as possible. So, if you have an 80 sq. ft. bathroom you would want to have an 80 CFM fan, again this helps with performance and noise.

A: There are a few variables that can affect ventilation performance. The length of your duct run, the amount of bends in your duct run and the size of your restroom. A shorter dust run is better for performance and noise level. You want avoid having a bend or elbow right at the connection to the outlet or fan housing. The less bends and turns your duct run has in general the better the fan will perform and sound. Lastly as stated on the box you want to match your square footage as close to CFM rating as possible. Keep in mind that ventilating bath fans require an air source to draw air up and out of your bathroom. If your bathroom door and / or window is closed, then there may not be enough air circulating in the room to help your fan clear the air. If you crack your door or window open a little, you will gain better performance from your fan.