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Oct 27, 2016

Manufacturer Introduces New Bath Fan With Cutting-Edge Technology

Aero Pure Fans has introduced a new bath fan line the company says features cyclonic technology that is more advance than anything else on the market.

Hanahan, S.C.-based Aero Pure Fans has introduced a new bath fan line the company says features cyclonic technology that is more advance than anything else on the market.

“The Aero Pure Extractor Fan with Cyclonic Technology is an energy-efficient alternative to traditional ventilation and is designed to reduce humidity and moisture, and remove obnoxious odors and gases, allergens, and dust particles,” the company says.

Cyclonic Technology, president Ted Johnson said at the recent Remodeling Show, forces air out the sides of the fan and down along the wall of the room, capturing 10 times more contaminated air than traditional exhaust fans. The contaminated air is then pulled up into a tight vortex in the center of the fan and quickly removed via ductwork to the outside.  

It improves “the indoor air quality in your bathrooms and laundry room—anywhere excess moisture, smelly odors and gases, and mold and mildew build-up are a concern,” the company says.

The fan is quick and easy to install for both remodeling and new construction projects, the company says. Weighing 5 pounds, it installs from below the ceiling in the room. “If remodeling, use existing 3- or 4-inch ductwork, wiring, and wall switch,” it says. “It covers any opening 9.5 by 9.5 inches or less and may be used to replace any manufacturer's exhaust fan in under 30 minutes.”

The housing fits 2x6 or 2x8 construction, comes in satin nickel and white, operates at 1.9 sones, and comes with a detachable 3- and 4-inch round duct connector. It comes with a built-in backdraft damper to prevent air loss.

Comments

Where is the air coming from that it pushes down the wall?

Hi William,
The air comes from inside the room.
A set of fan blades forces the air to the outside of the room and travels along the ceiling and downward. The air
is then captured by a second fan blade system that then creates a swirling motion that pulls the particulates up into a cyclonic vortex up and out of the room.

what's the airflow?
what's the power draw?
Is the backside a squirrel cage type system?
Is it humidity controlled?
What's the MFG suggested retail price?

Show me the data on how this fan works and it specks

Your posting is abeusotlly on the point!

Gee whiz, and I thguhot this would be hard to find out.

Hi, I'd like to see a reply to all Myron Katz's questions. Thanks

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