LP50100DCF in by Broan in Denver, CO - LoProfile DC Series Bathroom Exhaust Fan Finish Pack with selectable 50 or 100 CFM, ENERGY STAR® certified
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LoProfile DC Series Bathroom Exhaust Fan Finish Pack with selectable 50 or 100 CFM, ENERGY STAR® certified

Broan LP50100DCF

 
LoProfile DC Series Bathroom Ventilation Fan Housing Packs and Finish Packs Housing Packs
To simplify installation, Housing Packs are ideal for Builders and Contractors. When drywall work and painting is complete, the fan components needed to finish the job are available in four-packs of separate model numbers. Housing Packs are also sold in a package of four.
Finish Packs
This patent-pending series marks a revolution of our mid-range ventilation fans. Innovations include foldable mounting ears and new damper and housing technology that improve building airtightness like never before. And all with grille designs that are at home in any decor. Features & Benefits Finish pack includes blower assembly and grilleFits in 2x4 ceiling or wall construction; can be installed in a wall if mounted 8-ft. or more above the floor (duct connector must point up); ideal for multi-family applications50 to 100 CFM with 4" duct ensures ample air movement. Optional 3" duct reducer (purchase separately) availableUp to 1.2 sones for extremely quiet operationENERGY STAR® qualified for efficient operation and lower utility billsUL Listed for use over tub/shower with GFCI circuitIdeal for multi-family applicationsPlug-in, permanently lubricated, brushless motor - engineered for continuous operationDynamically balanced centrifugal blower wheel for quiet, efficient performanceCompatible with Radiation Damper RDF2 which helps prevent flame and heat from spreading to other areas in multi-level buildings
Recommended Room Size (Sq. Ft.) 95
CFM Selectable to 50, 80 or 100
Sones <0.3 - 1.2
Globe Glass Color N/A
Room Side Installation No
Duct Diameter 4"
Housing Height 4"
Housing Length 10-1/2"
Housing Width 11-3/8"
Grille Length 13"
Grille Width 14"
Rated Amps 0.4
Watts N/A
ENERGY STAR® certified product Yes
Warranty 3 year limited
Nightlight No
Minimum Construction Space Required 2" x 4"
Motor Engineered for Continuous Operation Yes
Radiation Damper Available Yes
Voltage 120
UL Listed Yes
ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient 2019 Yes
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