Quiet Attic Fan That Cools Your attic An attic fan is a attic ventilator style fan that mounts in your attic over your gable vent. An attic fan can reduce your attic temperature and in turn help keep your home cool.
The QuietCool Attic Fan is designed with an energy saving motor that will save money and provide years of attic cooling and ventilation.
An attic fan is not the same as a whole house fan, but when installed in conjunction with our whole house fans, will help to maximize your whole house cooling efficiency by keeping your attic cool.
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- Reduces Attic Temperature
- Uses NEW Energy Saving Brushless Motor
- Extremely LOW CFM/WATT Rating 52.0
- This Attic Ventilator Fan Is Made in The USA
Attic Fan, QuietCool AFG ES-1500
SALE PRICE: $319.99
****This item has been discontinued and replaced by the AFG SMT-3.0 Smart Attic Fan****
The QuietCool attic fan, model AFG ES-1500 boasts an amazing 52 CFM / watt rating and is ranked at the top of the CA Energy Commission charts based on its energy efficiency. This attic fan is one of the best attic fans on the market!
Even though the initial cost of this fan is slightly higher than an attic fan sold at Lowes or Home Depot, over time this attic fan, using the special energy saving DC motor will pay for itself with it's energy savings that will help lower your electric bill!
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Attic Fan Installed
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Attic Fan, AFG ES-1500 Specifications
Motor Voltage 120 VAC, 60 Hz
Energy Use 30 Watts
Air Flow 1560 CFM
CFM/Watt 52 CFM/Watt
# of Speeds 1
Motor Head Diameter 14 1/2"
Motor Head Length 9 3/4”
Controls IT-30001 Thermostat (included)
Warranty 15 Years
Shipping Weight 16 lbs.
Box Dimensions 17" x 17" x 12"
In the Box - AFG ES-1500 - Thermostat - Accessory bag
The QuietCool AFG ES-1500 attic fan, is 14-5/8" o.d. 10" in overall length. One side mounts flush to the surface and requires 10" in height plus at least 6" of space for air intake.
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