Donít let the roar of a noisy bath
fan disrupt your peace and quiet. Choose an ultra-quiet, energy efficient Fantech
PB110F Premium Bath Inline Exhaust Fan Kit to protect your bath from the damaging
effects of mold and mildew.
A New Level of Flexibility
Unlike standard exhaust fans, the motor of a Fantech PB110F Premium Bath Inline
Exhaust Fan Kit mounts in a location away from the living area such as an attic.
Small unobtrusive Ceiling Grilles, with or without lights, can be mounted in
multiple locations over the shower, the toilet and/or the tub then ducted to the
remote fan to quickly and efficiently whisk away moisture, steam and odors.
Premium Bath Inline Exhaust Fan Kit Features:
- External rotor motor by
ebm-papst (German Made)
- Superior CFM at higher static
- 100% speed controllable
- Rated for continuous duty
- New Improved Ceiling Grille
Housing Simplifies Installation
- Improved Airtight Design
- Longer Quick-Connect Duct
- Hanger Bars Extend to 24" On
- Set Screw Locks Hanger Bars
- Key Hole Mounting Slots
- UL "Wet Location" Rating, IC "Insulation Contact"
- One Ceiling Grille and grille
housing with damper. Uses 4" duct.
Sheet - PDF
Installation Manual - PDF
|Fantech PB110F Premium Bath
Inline Exhaust Fan Kit includes:
||Fantech PB110F Premium
Bath Inline Exhaust Fan Kit is:
110CFM Bath Fan
6" Grill w/ 14W Fluorescent Bulb
Grille Housing with Damper
Fan Mounting Bracket
|FAN SIZING FOR BATHS
UNDER 100 SQ. FT.
According to the guidelines of HVI (Home Ventilating Institute) baths
100 square feet or smaller require one CFM per square foot of bathroom (Minimum
50 CFM). To find the square footage simply multiply the length of
the bath by the width.
EXAMPLE= 63 square feet You will need a 63 CFM fan.
NOTE: For proper airflow in typical installations (when duct losses
arenít calculated), use the 0.4" Ps (static pressure) rating point for
correct fan selection.
Fantech Premium Bath Fans are "flex duct friendly" making
installation fast and easy.
duct. (Insulated flex duct allows sound
from the fan to dissipate gradually so that it can not be heard
in the bathroom.)
2. Ideally you should have at least 8 feet of flex duct between
ceiling grilles and fan.
3. If applicable, use multiple ceiling grilles or ceiling
grilles with lights.
|Did You Know?
For Improved Indoor Air Quality, HVI (Home Ventilating
Institute) recommends that the bath fan be left on for 20-minutes after
the use of the bathroom.
ASHRAE ( American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning
Engineers) recommends that controls be installed on bath fans for low
level continuous or intermittent ventilation.
Programmable Controls can do all that and more!