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Delta Co Breez VFB25ACH Exhaust Fan

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Delta Co Breez VFB25ACH Exhaust Fan

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Delta Co Breez VFB25ACH Exhaust Fan

Go green with the new Breez Ventilation Systems from Delta Co - the world's largest supply of DC brushless fans. The highly efficient DC brushless motor is part of the fan's innovative design, which consumes up to 65% less power and operates more quietly than other leading brands.

Delta Co Breez VFB25ACH Exhaust Fan Features:
• Blue and amber LED indicator lights to show humidity sensor and full speed modes.
• EnergyStar certified with DC motor technology
• DC motor allows fan to operate in full speed mode or humidity control mode by cycling ON/OFF switch
• Noise level less that .3 sones.
• Best price/peformance bathroom fan on the market
• Detachable 4" diameter duct connector
• Lightweight design for easy installation and lower vibration
• Impeller includes 67 fins to reduce noise output
• Soft start control reduces current impulse and start-up noise
• Consumes only 7.1 watts
• Ceiling mount only
• Annual energy cost for 24/7 operation is approximately $6.76
• Self adjusting motor to humidity levels
• Blue and amber LED indicator lights to show humidity sensor mode and full speed mode
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VFB25ACH
UPC:
885917000042

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5/5 Starsgreat fan, horrible instructions, quiet by itself but it's the ductwork . . . | This is a great little fan, I've had it in my SMALL (5 x 8 x 8) bathroom for a few weeks now and it does a great job.

However, the instructions are just about worthless. This fan mounts from above, (in attic space in my case). Installation was complicated by my having to patch the much larger ancient hole in the 70-yr-old ceiling (for original round much larger fan, I presume) that had already been patched once . . . Once I had created the appropriately-sized and shaped hole for the new fan things went more smoothly.

A few observations: this fan is almost silent by itself without the black plastic adapter/backflow damper installed. The minute I put on the adapter it started sounding like the north wind howling. Tried to fuss with the flap so it wouldn't impede flow or vibrate, ended up breaking one of the very cheesy plastic prongs that held it in place. Impossible to fix such a flimsy break so I had to buy a pricey replacement, made of metal. Attaching ductwork to the fan required scotching together parts that didn't quite fit with camper tape and duct tape. When I installed the flexible aluminum pipe it started sounding like the old blowhard fan I had just taken out. Several days of research, trial and error resulted in my settling on SDR 35 elbow and pipe mounted vertically, that sends the steam out our roof ridge vent.

Because our 70 yr old house has a 3-layer ceiling (3/4"boards, 5/8" sheetrock, and 3/8" beadboard look plywood), the spring loaded cover would not go on. A very clever handy person at Lowe's suggested installing two screws (I predrilled pilot holes into the 3/4" boards) that protrude about an inch, to help guide the springs into the slots they need to enter. This fixed the problem.

The fan does everything it is supposed to, and my only complaint comes from the complications of installation. If you are a brave DIYer and your situation is less complicated than mine, you should have no trouble. Otherwise, you might want to get help from an experienced handyperson.

I do like the humidity sensor setting as I can leave the fan on post-shower without guilt--it ramps down to very low flow once the steam has vented. And though not as quiet as it was w/o adapter or ductwork, it is still pretty quiet and certainly acceptable.
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