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Solar Exhaust Fan Specifications

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Summary: Solar powered exhaust fans reduce the heat in your attic which will make your home cooler which cuts down on your air conditioning usage.

Solar Powered Exhaust Fans - The Environmentally Sensible Solution

Solar Powered Exhaust Fans usually install easily and there is no electrical circuit required.


• Solar Fans reduce your cooling load on AC units

• They operates on free solar energy

• Adjustable solar panel ensures maximum exposure.

• Several models available to fit all roof types

• A variety of finishes including powder coated aircraft grade aluminum

• Best warranty in the industry

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Quality Solar Exhaust Fans warrants their product to be free from defects in material and manufacturer’s workmanship for a period of 25 years on the housing, 15 years on the solar panel and 5 years on the motor, from the date of installation. This warranty is subject to proper installation of the unit in accordance with the manufacturer’s written installation instructions. The manufacturer will not be liable for any special, incidental or consequential damages in any way related to, or arising out of, defects in,or damage to, the solar attic fan.


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Performance: Extreme Weather

This Solar Attic Fan takes a direct hit from flying debris in 2007 Central Florida Tornado and remains installed in working condition

Three tornadoes ripped through central Florida on February 2, 2007 killing at least 19 people and destroying hundreds of homes. The first tornado hit a retirement community, The Villages. It was a high end EF-3 tornado with winds exceeding 160 mph.
The tornado was no match for this quality solar attic fan. The unit took a direct hit from flying debris and sustained only slight damage. The unit remained installed and the integrity of the roof was not compromised. The unit survived in working conditioned because of its high quality construction including heavy gauged aluminum used on all well made solar attic fans.

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