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Tpi Corporation Direct Drive Exhaust Fan â?? 10" Diameter, 120 Volt Single Phase Shutter Mount Vent

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  • Shutter Mount Exhaust Fan: helps in removing odor from the room. Maintains good health by providing air circulation. Proper ventilation setup helps in keeping the unsafe gases away. Assists in ventilating warehouses, stores, factories, workshops, greenhouses and farm buildings
  • High-Performance Extractor Fan: 3-speed sleeve bearing permanent split capacitor of industrial fan provides greater efficiency. Self-closing shutters protect the fan from rain and snow when not in operation. Proper enclosure prevents the dust or other airborne debris from getting inside
  • Heavy-Duty Exhaust Fan: covered with front steel spiral wire guards for strength. Useful in heavy duty applications, suitable to use with outside condensers. Exhaust fan comes with a permanently lubricated motor for resistance from corrosion and abrasion
  • Industry-Safe Vent Fan: Coated metal parts and lubricated motors are permanently sealed to protect against airborne debris or caustic fumes. Fan blade cages meet workplace safety standards and mounting mechanisms. Gives direct large volumes of air flow
  • Easy to Install Ventilation Fan: extractor fan eliminates the need for any external framing, makes the installation easier. Wiring can be done directly with the help of shutter. Comes with a no cord junction box

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Customer Reviews

Works great in my barn loft! This fan is the real deal, very nice! I really like the completely sealed motor too. The shutters operate smoothly. I mounted this in a metal sided pole barn, I used J Channel on the top trim (on the outside) and roofing drip edge on the bottom. I then sealed with caulk along the sides. That sealed it up nicely and will provide years of service. I did wire it in with 3-way switches too (one at the fan, the other at the bottom of the steps up to the loft area). I'm fairly certain you could you a variable switch on this (though I did not). I don't write reviews for too many items purchased on Amazon... unless they're really good, or really bad, of course this falls into the prior category. I'm sure you won't be disappointed. 5Best thing I ever put in the barn I installed this fan in the gable end of my shop to provide extra ventilation when needed. Being a steel building, I ended up going to some extra work and fabrication to make the installation easier and up to my standards. Be aware that you will have some fabrication and flashing to do on any installation and that will be unique to your building and construction type. This installs much like a window, except that you have to apply flashing to the outside as necessary for your type of building. I ended up fabricating a shroud that surrounds the fan outlet for about 6" on the outside since it's installed on the wind side of the building, to help keep wind driven rain out. The unit is very well built and sealed, the flaps are weatherstripped on the bottoms and work well, but remember that the flaps are designed to open with a small air pressure difference, so it does not take a lot to open them in a storm. I would not install this over anything that is water sensitive just to be on the safe side. That is not a fault of the unit, this is just how all of these type of fans are.Anyway, it vents very well and is rather quiet for the amount of air it moves. I get a strong negative pressure draft in the building and it's showing me all the air gaps and cracks in the other parts, which is handy since I'm also working on insulating and weatherstripping the building.The only thing I did not like was the 2 speed switch setup. It's a goofy cheap pull-chain switch. I only wanted high speed, so I removed the switch and hardwired the motor. If you do the same, CHECK THE WIRING DIAGRAM BEFORE DOING THIS!!! The motor on mine was a dual winding motor, one hot wire for low, the other for high, never both at the same time. You could also use a 3 way switch to control low/high along with a second on/off switch since only on winding is used at any given time. I may even set mine up for this if I decided I need low speed later.Overall, I think this unit is a bit overpriced, but it is a solid unit built to commercial standards and well worth the cost.Update 1:Been using this fan for about 5 months now and it continues to be one of the best things I installed in the shop. I use it often, and it makes a huge difference. No issues to report at all, I've even ran it for several days non-stop when I required constant ventilation.Update 2:9 months in and still working great. It pulls hard enough that the insulation on the side of the barn actually pulls in due to the small gaps in the metal siding, this is even with 3 roof vents open. I did finally wire this up to a 3-way switch to get lo/hi switching from the ground, and I'm happy I did. I use lo a lot more often than I thought I might. Forgot to mention before, I have only one of these venting a 6,000 square foot building with a 32' center peak, so it's big. You are not going to feel a draft off this thing, but it really moves the air. I have windows on the opposite side of the building I can open, and when I do, it pulls in air like you are in front of a regular box fan, and on the suction side, that's impressive. I do need to get up there and clean the blades, as with all fans they accumulate dust and dirt and that will eventually throw them off balance, which I'm starting to see. Just something to keep in mind when installing, you will need to access this from time to time. 5Probably too much fan for some of the squeamish... :) I chose this fan because it was the best one I could afford. It is now installed in my 25 by 25 foot garage, in the wall behind the workbench. Anyone who has ever stunk up a garage with fumes or overspray knows that a normal house fan will not do the job. This fan is not beautiful, and it is not silent... but the motor alone weighs more than most complete fan assemblies. It has 2 speeds: fast, and hold on to your hat! :) Sometimes I spray paint out there and this thing does a much much better job with the stinky cloud of overspray than the 2 window fans it replaced. The shutters shut tight all by themselves when it is shut off, and they are edged with rubber so they seal smoothly. While it's running I can actually see the overspray moving out, clearing the whole garage so fast that it pretty much stays clear if you turn on the fan before you start. A great addition to any mechanic or handyman's shop. Not for sissies, however... :) 5Excellent fan For 36x36 garage Is it perfect? No it wobbles on low. Does it suck the crap out of the air. Oh hell yea it does! On high its hold your hat boys. Its suck the crap out and watch the dirt fly. We made a 2x6 extension to go around it and put a nice charcoal filter to go over it. It filters bad air when we use bad stuff and we use a regular filter when we want to suck out dust and cwap, Yes cwap. That way the fan itself will last longer.The wobble doesn't hurt a thing and you cant hear it. So no worries mate.! Geat purchase. 4Shutter is nice. Good quality Shutter is nice. Good quality. Speed selector switch is unsafe. The wires actually came out of the switch when I removed the cover. Its a press fit. No screws. Need to find a new switch or I will wire for single speed. Have not turned it on yet.Update 5/11/2015-I messed around some more with the provided switch and got it to work. I opted to not use the neutral connector on the switch. I simply tied in the neutral coming in to the neutral coming out of the fan. It works well. Fairly quiet. I am using it to vent a garage that is about 250 SF. High speed is just enough to provide decent air exchanges. Certainly glad I went with the 12 inch and not the 10 inch. 3Powerful air flow, but has some issues... TPI Shutter Mounted Exhaust Fan Model - 20 inches CE-20-DSTPI Corporation offers three types of direct drive exhaust fans. Each type comes in the same 8 fan sizes (see Customer Images for a table).- a guard mounted fan includes a motor & propeller attached to a spiral wire blade guard with an electrical box, pull switch, and rubber mounting bumpers,- a shutter mounted fan is a combination of two products: a guard mounted fan, and an external shutter.- a venturi mounted fan is a guard mounted fan on a sheet metal frame, but no shutter. The outer frame edges are bent toward the inside at 90 degrees for strength. "Venturi" is a flaring of the sheet metal away from the fan, to direct the air flow. A venturi mounted fan costs about 25% more than a shutter mounted fan, and it doesn't even include a shutter. The only benefit is the venturi sheet-metal fan-frame.TPI claims a shutter-mounted fan can be mounted directly to an external wall without you making a frame. However, that "wall" would have to be quite thin with no studs/building-frame-members in the way. E.g., a corrugated steel building. Other than that, you'll have to build a wooden support frame.Pros:- excellent air flow. The sound of all that whooshing air is pretty loud, but any 20" fan moving this much air would be. There is no mechanical noise.- has two speeds. The lower speed moves less air, but is much quieter.Cons:- the motor capacitor was "hanging" onto an 8-32 screw on the back of the motor. It looked like an after-thought; ridiculous even. I repositioned it, but a customer shouldn't have to modify a product to fix a design/assembly blunder. See Customer Images.- the two screws for the plastic cover plate holding the pull chain switch were so over-tightened at the factory, their heads mashed the plate's screw locations. I re-mounted the switch in a blank metal utility plate. The ground screw inside the box was so over-tightened by the factory that the threads were stripped, so I had to mount the ground screw elsewhere.- the five wires exiting the motor have no protection other than the wire's insulation. Motor vibration could eventually wear through that insulation, causing a short.Other:- high speed had minimal vibration, but the lower speed shook the entire assembly. I e-mailed my Amazon receipt to TPI Corporation and requested a new propeller under warranty, which, to their credit, they promptly sent. The new propeller fixed the problem. Before the new part arrived, I had fabricated a large support bracket that mostly stabilized the vibrating fan. With the new [balanced] propeller and the home-made bracket, the fan is quite stable on either speed.- I was willing to spend more for a better-quality fan with an American made motor, but couldn't find one. What a shame. The TPI motor is assembled in Mexico. This product will replace a Made in the USA General Electric fan that lasted nearly 30 years.- TPI says the fan must be hard-wired - e.g., using 14/2 NM cable. Since there is no electrical or safety basis for that "requirement", I clipped the receptacle off a 16 gage extension cord and connected that end into the electrical box. See Customer Images.- With extended running, the motor becomes quite hot.Summary:This is the only 20" multi-speed all steel fan I could find, which is why I bought it. 3I just want an in-house fan that will last ....by retired man I need/use a house fan for 2 reasons. 1) With it mounted on a window..... to move hot air out and cool air in.2) sitting on a stand to move heat (from a wall heater) down a long hallway to a bedroom that was an addition and has vaulted ceilings.Electricity is expensive here and even the best electric heaters raise my P.G.E. too much. I liked the Lasko/Air King window mount design but their motors have failed: Air King June2014 to Feb 2016 ....Lasko Feb 2016 to Dec 2017...both cases less than 2 years. I found TPI and thought I need to try industrial strength but still need it mounted in the window during the summer so I mount it on the Air King/Lasko frame and it worked. Drilled four .187" holes and also ran 2 bolts thru the cage to mount the junction box. Now on to an issue that I was concerned about from reading a helpful postabout this TPI fan and that was the hot temperature that it run at for this poster and he wondered if he had a faulty product and should he send it back? One person replied to his post, that it was normal. I noticed mine was hot after running it all night. Well, how hot is too hot as heat and vibration are really the only things that wear out a fan motor. Good Google info says sealed sleeve bearing motors run for thirty thousand hours.....AT 60 DEGREES C. Temperature is a main defining factor! Mine was above 60 C When you shut it off after 8 hours I couldn't keep my hand on the motor. I did consider that this motor is designed to open and hold open shutters so with my condition of pushing air thru the plastic back of the Lasko was a similar load. Aluminum tape to the rescue. XFasten Professional Aluminum Foil Tape, 3.6 mil, 2 Inches. I experimented with how much was needed to actually work to lower the temp. of the whole motor to where after running hours and shutting it off....the heat is low enough to keep my hand resting comfortably on the motor.It took a lot. First, I did the middle circumference appr. 25 wraps. That alone not enough. removed the fan from the cage and put 6 layers on each face including the parts of the circumferences not covered by the 2" width. Still not enough. Added 'tabbed fins' and added 4 more wraps along the outer circumference (next to the 2" wide rows) and folded them forward to catch air as it is sucked thru the fan. With those steps it is now coolthough funky looking, and now I can expect it to last at least the thirty thousand hours it is expected to run.In 2013 I purchased a new Toyota and in the finance department the guy shared his " real" thought," ....you know a good engineer is not someone who designs something to lasts forever.....but someone who designs it to fail.....after the warranty period." So it is then up to me to attempt to make it last longer and being retired I have the time and energy to experiment.....you should see my double wide garage door fix. 4I'm a fan! This is a great fan. I use it to ventilate my three car garage. It mounts easily between studs 16" on center to the plywood. The louvered vents will open by themselves when it's very windy out, but that's not a huge issue and I would expect that to be the case. I have a variable speed control and usually only need to keep the fan at the lowest setting. Had I realized that the fan has a drawstring and three settings I may have not bothered to buy a separate control. I turn the fan up to at about 50% when roasting coffee in the garage and it does the job very well. For those who haven't experienced coffee roasting, there is a lot of smoke that is generated. Placing my roaster beneath the fan works very well. I also brew beer in my garage and this keeps the garage from becoming humid. I would buy this item again without hesitation. 4Great run, runs quite I installed this unit in my garage to vent out excess heat during the night. It was about as easy to install as possible considering you have to cut a hole in the side of your house. Wiring the unit was simple. The three speed options is nice. I use the medium speed. I have it mounted directly below a bedroom on my garage wall and cannot hear it. Very quite.I have the fan hooked up to a pair of these: Peco TF115-001 NEMA 4X Line Voltage Thermostat, Gray. One on the outside of the house and one on the inside. That way the fan only operates when the garage temperature is above a limit and the outside temperature is below a set limit. A simple control system but it works. I also wired a manual switch in parallel to run it whenever I want, like to evacuate fumes. It's a hardwired unit, no plug, so you'll have to run some nomex.TO FIT IT IN BETWEEN 16 INCH ON CENTER STUDS, I HAD TO TRIM ABOUT 1/4 OF THE FLANGE FROM EACH SIDE! It was a piece of cake with an angle grinder. 5repeat order decided to put another is a 5000 sq foot barn. Will work continuously but ended up putting both fans on one timer since they don't need to run at night -they cool so well during the dat. Are very quiet and do a great job. Easy to mount - can take the fan off the assembly, mount it then screw on the fan blade and guard assembly. 5
Tpi Corporation Direct Drive Exhaust Fan â?? 10

Tpi Corporation Direct Drive Exhaust Fan â?? 10" Diameter, 120 Volt Single Phase Shutter Mount Vent

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€495,00
Sale price
€495,00
Regular price
€818,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€323,00)