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thankyou fan in a can.....

jonny88jonny88 Posts: 501Member ✭✭
sprayfoamed insulated house as tight as tight can be,home owner disconnected carbon monoxide alarm as it annoyed him when it went off.sealed boiler room,200,000 btu boiler .fresh air was via a 10"x3" duct.i put a pieceof paper on boiler and it got blown back from chimney backdraft.our temporary solution was a 6" line from outside house into boiler room hooked up to fiel control cas-4 fan in a can.my first time using it and am very impressed.
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  • BillWBillW Posts: 136Member
    Those can be a big help!

    Outside combustion air is often needed, especially in the tight"energy efficient" homes.  People need fresh air, too, and Energy/heat recovery ventilators work for them.
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  • RJRJ Posts: 421Member ✭✭
    good product

     have been using this fan on my commercial jobs for years   in some cases i have 2 . some basements just dont have enough space for gravity fed ducts for combustion/fresh air    Field controls also makes a good barometric damper
    RJ
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