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Installing an Inline Exhaust Fan

I am planning to use inline exhaust fan in a temple with the purpose of exhausting the…

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Installing an Inline Exhaust Fan
Background: Son, a Homeowner from San Diego, CA
[ad#block]Question: Hi,
I am planning to use inline exhaust fan in a temple with the purpose of exhausting the insense fume out of the building. I am using 745 CFM with 8 inches duct line.
I am thinking just discharge the fume into the attic, will this be OK?
Also, what should be the opening for the inlet to make it efficient?

Additional Comments: Very informative and well structure.

Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical question Son.

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