Fantech PB Bathroom Exhaust and Light Kits
Fantech PB Bathroom Kits contain the essential parts for quiet and powerful bathroom ventilation. Each item has been selected to work together as part of a system. Each kit will contain a fan, grilles with backdraft dampers, clamps and hangers. Optional items include lighted grilles - halogen or fluorescent.
The bath fan motor is installed away from the living area for super quiet operation. PB fans are designed for or continuous operation to meet ASHRAE Standard 62.2. Standard 7 year warranty!
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|#1||Q: I see that the Fantech PB bathroom exhaust & light kits are UL listed for wet locations, are there any concerns or issues putting the fan inside a steam shower enclosure though?
A: The fan is typically installed remotely in the attic, away from the steam shower enclosure. You do not want to expose it directly to steam. Only the grilles/lights are exposed to the direct moisture.
Asked on 2016-10-29 by Matt
|#2||Q: Does the PB270LV-2 include a FG6 fan?
A: Yes, all the 270 kids include the FG6 inline fan.
Asked on 2015-05-19 by kj
|#3||Q: Is the light in the grill/vent directional? I have a cathedral ceiling and would like to direct the light directly down.
A: They are fixed in a straight down orientation.
Asked on 2014-03-07 by JT
|#4||Q: My bath is roughly 110 sq ft. Can I use the PB100 or should I splurge for the PB190????
A: If it is a normal bath the PB110 would be serviceable. In the event there is any steam shower, jetted tub or vaulted ceiling the jump should be made to the PB190.
Asked on 2013-04-04 by Marko
|#5||Q: Are the halogen light allowed right above a shower?
A: The boxes are UL listed for wet location, so yes they are.
Asked on 2013-04-04 by Al
|#6||Q: Are the PB kits metal cased fans or plastic? If metal then do I have to insulate them? I live in PA. Thanks!
A: The fans are metal, insulating the fan would not be a bad idea to combat condensation. The fan will not be bothered as it ventilates itself through the body and has no exterior vents.
Asked on 2013-04-04 by Tony
|#7||Q: Can the grilles be placed in the wall instead of the ceiling? If not then how about a fairly steep cathedral ceiling?
A: They can be mounted in any orientation, though some angles will render the built in damper useless so other provisions (additional back draft damper) should be made.
Asked on 2013-04-04 by AFan
|#8||Q: My current bathroom fans are vented to the attic (not outside). Can I vent these the same way?
A: It is not advisable to vent them into the attic as moisture can build up and mold can begin to grow. We recommend taking the exhaust all the way out of the building.
Asked on 2013-04-04 by LR
Exterior mounted fan bath kits containing fans and grilles. Some kits include lighting. RVF4 fans.
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