LP80 in by Broan in Denver, CO - 80 CFM LoProfile Ventilation Fan ENERGY STAR® certified
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80 CFM LoProfile Ventilation Fan ENERGY STAR® certified

Broan LP80

Quick Specs

  • Type: Hood Accessories
  • Width: 11.375"
  • Height: 4"
  • Depth: 10.5"
  • Energy Star Rated: No
 
LoProfile Series Ventilation Fans Wall or ceiling mount, LoProfile is the right fan for a tight fit.
The Broan LoProfile Fan is our solution for installations where conventional ventilation simply won't fit. Where multi-family applications require it, the LoProfile fan is narrow enough to be installed in a wall between 2x4 studs. When plumbing or electrical obstructions are found behind the drywall in ceiling remodel applications our LoProfile fan can still fit without having to move anything. And that means most any room with space constraints can have powerful, quiet, efficient ventilation.
Features & Benefits Fits in 2x4 ceiling or wall construction110/80 CFM with 4" duct ensures ample air movementOnly 1.5 sones model LP110 (1.0 sones LP80) for extremely quiet operation4" oval or round duct connection for installation flexibility. 3" duct adapter provided on LP80 modelENERGY STAR® qualified for efficient operation and lower utility billsIdeal for multi-family applicationsPlug-in, permanently lubricated motor - engineered for continuous operationDynamically balanced centrifugal blower wheel for quiet, efficient performanceCompatible with Radiation Damper RDF1 which helps prevent flame and heat from spreading to other areas in multi-level buildingsCan be used to comply with ASHRAE 62.2 and CALGreen
Recommended Room Size (Sq. Ft.) 75
CFM 80
Sones 1.0
Room Side Installation No
Duct Diameter 4" or 3"
Housing Height 4"
Housing Length 10-1/2"
Housing Width 11-3/8"
Grille Length 13"
Grille Width 13-3/4"
Rated Amps 0.3
Watts 25.7
ENERGY STAR® certified product Yes
Warranty 1 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

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Hood Accessories

  • Dimensions

  • Width: 11.375"
  • Height: 4"
  • Depth: 10.5"

  • Features

  • Energy Star Rated: No
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