• I Living   20" Wall Mounted Exhaust Fan   Automatic Shutter   Variable Speed   Vent Fan For Home Atti
  • I Living   20" Wall Mounted Exhaust Fan   Automatic Shutter   Variable Speed   Vent Fan For Home Atti
  • I Living   20" Wall Mounted Exhaust Fan   Automatic Shutter   Variable Speed   Vent Fan For Home Atti
  • I Living   20" Wall Mounted Exhaust Fan   Automatic Shutter   Variable Speed   Vent Fan For Home Atti
  • I Living   20" Wall Mounted Exhaust Fan   Automatic Shutter   Variable Speed   Vent Fan For Home Atti
I Living   20" Wall Mounted Exhaust Fan   Automatic Shutter   Variable Speed   Vent Fan For Home Atti
I Living   20" Wall Mounted Exhaust Fan   Automatic Shutter   Variable Speed   Vent Fan For Home Atti
I Living   20" Wall Mounted Exhaust Fan   Automatic Shutter   Variable Speed   Vent Fan For Home Atti
I Living   20" Wall Mounted Exhaust Fan   Automatic Shutter   Variable Speed   Vent Fan For Home Atti
I Living   20" Wall Mounted Exhaust Fan   Automatic Shutter   Variable Speed   Vent Fan For Home Atti

I Living 20" Wall Mounted Exhaust Fan Automatic Shutter Variable Speed Vent Fan For Home Atti

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  • 20 inch variable speed shutter exhaust fan with automatic Shutters
  • UL listed with speed controllable, permanently lubricated motor
  • Corrosion-resistant with OSHA compliant wire guards
  • Variable speed functionality with the purchase of the iLIVING ILG8SFSC speed controller. Speed controller sold separately
  • 120 Volts, 1/4 HP, 2.5 Amps, 1135 rpm, 3300 CFM

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Lots of air flowVery nice product, don't worry about the very minor vibration talked about in the other reviews, this is normal, you can't balance a fan blade 100% but it moves a lot of air. I bought 2 of these for my shop, installation was a breeze5Not happy.I'm slagging this item because it was promoted as "variable speed." I bought it along with the ILG8SFSC speed control, which created an unacceptably loud hum in the motor and caused intense vibration in the fan across the entire range of variability. The fan by itself operates as expected without excessive noise, but now I'm stuck with a single-speed fan that I could have bought a lot cheaper. If you need variable speed buy a fan with 3-speed motor made in the USA. I'd be happy to have spent an extra $100 on something more suitable.1Nice Exhaust Fan for the shopGets fairly hot down in the shop during the summer. this year I decided to add a ventilation fan to move some air around. this was easy to install, wire and operate. I got the variable control fan and the variable control switch for the wall. Just watch. some of the fans are variable control, others are not.5Very quietGreat product fast shipping5Exceptionally Easy Installation This fan works perfectly for my application. After prepping the rough opening, it took about 30 minutes to install. The most important advise I can offer is that when doing the rough in that you cut your opening to the specs for you particular model as per the instruction manual. If the opening is too tight it may cause the louvers to bind up and not close properly. I mounted mine from the inside so that the louvers would be flush on the outside of the building. I chose to purchase and use the ILG8SFRC Exhaust Fan Remote Control Kit. it has a built in variable speed control, temp control setting, and humidistat. Very convenient to be able to control operation from a very advanced remote. I'll include a short video on simple installation. Note: a pigtail for the fan is included with the remote control kit (sold separately).Update: install complete with remote control. Excellent product. Simple install and eliminates the need for separate humidistat, temp, and speed control. 5Great fan!!!We purchased a 1920's historic home that had a walk out basement. The basement had lots of moisture, which gave it that musty smell. My husband purchased this fan, installed it, and vent two other windows in the basement. After only a few days of running it the smell was gone. We continue to run the fan on low and it's working great. No more smell and no more damp basement!5Louver Issue Solved The fan now works perfectly after a couple of modifications. First, the louvers. Upon testing, if the louvers are opened manually all the way and allowed to drop, they will close completely almost every time, but under real conditions the fan slows to a stop and the louvers rarely close all the way. I examined the mechanism closely and made certain nothing was binding and friction was minimized, but still no luck. The solution was rather simple and cheap. I bought a 3/4" rare earth magnet with a hole in the center and mounted it above the vertical shaft that moves the louvers providing enough pull to click the shaft to the magnet as it approaches its closing position. I also placed another magnet on the upper side of the shaft; this one is not permanently mounted, only stuck, whereas the first magnet is held in place by a screw in the center. The louvers now close perfectly every time and the force of the fan is more than enough to break the field and allow the fan to open. iLIVING should consider this inexpensive modification and save customers a lot of grief. I also disassembled the fan, installed a very tight aluminum screen and now insects have no way of entering my shed through the fan. The screen does reduce the fan's efficiency, but I now have no worries of wasps using it as a pathway inside. 4Don't choke on smoke It was easy to install and eliminated all the smoke from my welding as fast as I made it.I just used a receptacle with a switch and attached a three prong cord to the fan. I also used 1/4" carriage bolts which fit the slots in the fan perfectly. 5Attic Fan I live in the Mojave Desert and have an asphalt roof on my house, so not surprisingly, my attic gets really hot in the summer. I bought this product to help with the extreme temperatures in my attic, and so far I've been very pleased. The fan has been in place for a couple of days and has been operating as it should. The temperature of the attic has gone from over 120 degrees to within a few degrees of the outside temperature. Set up was simple and only took about an hour to cut the siding and install the fan. It's not too loud, and I cannot hear it operating from inside the house.This fan is located in a part of my attic that is walled off from the main attic and is about 400 sq feet with low, sloping ceilings. I'm also running a Ventamatic XXFIRESTAT 10-Amp Adjustable Thermostat with my fan (so it doesn't run constantly). 5Worked great after a few modifications. As some other reviewers noted, there are a few issues with this fan. The first are the actual dimensions. I ordered a 12" fan, looking for something that would fit between 16" OC studs. While the exterior trim is about 12"x12", the fan itself is about 14.5" in diameter. Since I wanted to finish out the inside of the opening, I needed another 1" of clearance. Luckily, I hadn't built my interior walls yet, so no issues there. The item description indicates a 13X13" required opening. This would suggest that the unit is to be installed from the inside. I opted not to do so, since installing from the outside would help keep the water where it belongs...on the outside. If you mount from the inside, you'll be relying on caulk to keep everything sealed. Second, the gaps in the fins are excessive. I added weather self-adhering weather stripping to try and reduce the gaps. Third, if mounted from the exterior, the trim piece is excessively deep. At over 2", it doesn't trim out well for vinyl siding, metal wall panels, wood, etc. Not a huge concern, but worth mentioning. Finally, the bottom flange does not have any means of draining, other than small gaps in the corner seams. I would strongly suggest drilling a few weep holes to help the unit drain. Other than that, the installation was straight-forward. The junction box on the motor is fairly small, so I would recommend using #14 stranded wires. A solid wire will not offer enough room to make the connection. 4Smooth and quiet when installed with grommets and rubber pads. Decent build quality for price range. The heads of the frame screws that hold the unit together make the 12 model slightly wider than 12 so plan on at least 12 1/4 width when you frame the opening. For quiet running, I used 1/2 thick rubber pads between the metal fan frame and wood wall frame under each mounting screw (I used drywall screws). Also, I added rubber grommets to go in the metal frame mounting holes to prevent vibrations transmitting through the sides of the mounting screws.Be sure your wall framing is square and even so it doesn t twist or rack the fan frame when you tighten the mounting screws. That could cause the shutters to hang up. They rely on gravity to close and air pressure from the fan to open. I also took care not to overtighten mounting screws or it would compress and defeat the rubber isolation mounts. Double check that the shutters open and close smoothly after mounting the fan. I added a few drops of light oil to the shutter moving parts to ensure smooth movement. I bought a speed controller and thermostat recommended by Amazon so it runs only when needed. You probably don t need the speed controller unless you really want fine control.Noise level was about the same as a regular oscillating fan, which is barely noticeable after I close the insulated attic hatch. 5Effective and does the job!It was a little bigger thickness than we realized but love it and still easy to install5Well made no vibration.Very nice well made fan. The off position is auto and whatever speed you select with pull chain is the speed in auto also.5Works like a charm to control condensation. I live in the Pacific Northwest where cold weather and rain can combine to create a condensation problem. After adding a garage to my home I found that condensation would form on the garage door windows and walls after I'd pulled my warm, wet car in during wintery conditions. After trying electric heaters and dehumidifiers without success, I bought this fan and installed in on a side wall about 7' off the ground and wired it to a Panasonic condensation switchPanasonic FV-WCCS1-W WhisperControl Three-Function On/Off Switch, White. (I also wired the recommended iLIVING ILG8SFSC Solid State Variable Adjustable Precision Fan Speed Controller iLIVING ILG8SFSC Solid State Variable Adjustable Precision Fan Speed Controller 120V 8A but have just set it to high and left it alone.) The dimensions were perfect for installation between studs. I created a box between the studs by nailing two 2x6" horizontally above and below the hole that I created to mount the fan, to tie the exterior and interiors walls together and prevent it from drawing air in from the interior of the wall. I installed a vent to the attic of the garage so that the fresh air source was the relatively drier air pulled from outside, from the eves, through the attic and down into the garage. After patiently adjusting the sensitivity of the condensation switch, it now comes on only when needed and shuts off when the car, and the air in the garage, is dry. Works perfectly, not too loud and moves a ton of air. 5aadThere is noise in the wrong place.3no problems installing and no vibration like other people were saying in their reviews Installed on my greenhouse, no problems installing and no vibration like other people were saying in their reviews. If it lasts a few summers is will be well worth the money. 5Loud!Worked great at first. One month in has mad an awful awful noise. And won t stop. Turned it off and cleaned it. And it s still making the noise.1Doesn t close on its ownWorks well. Noisy and rattles and the Louvres don t close on their own.3Works very well. Has plenty of power. Keeps the garage cool. A fun project. Perfect for exhausting the hot air from my garage. Purchased a thermostat switch at Home Depot and it fires up at whatever temperature I want to set and turns itself off when the garage is cool enough. Definitely keeps the garage a LOT cooler than before when it's 100+ degrees outside. I have a 3 car garage and this fan has plenty of power to exhaust the heat. If I want it even cooler - to work on a project, for instance, I open the door into the house and it quickly sucks some cool air from the house. I'm glad that I got this model. Was tempted to save some money and get a smaller fan but this size does the job for me. I'm considering putting another on into my attic to help keep the house cool more efficiently. Hardest part of the job was cutting through the stucco on the outside of the building. Very dusty! Used a masonry blade on my skilsaw. A sawzall would have been better but I don't have one. 5At this price point, a good value. Exactly as advertised. Installed it on our screen porch for some air motion on hot Louisiana days. As I was framing in the screen supports at the same time the width was not an issue but this will not fit into most walls with 16' stud spacing. Moves the air about as I expected. A bit noisier than I like but at this price point I didn't expect whisper-quiet; just crank up the music a bit more. I added a toggle switch as the fan is on the same circuit as the lamp. Lowes had a long-throw switch so I just added it the junction box (which is a nice feature and makes installing to code much easier). Louvers operate as expected when the air flow hits them. Overall, a good value. 5
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Lots of air flowVery nice product, don't worry about the very minor vibration talked about in the other reviews, this is normal, you can't balance a fan blade 100% but it moves a lot of air. I bought 2 of these for my shop, installation was a breeze5Not happy.I'm slagging this item because it was promoted as "variable speed." I bought it along with the ILG8SFSC speed control, which created an unacceptably loud hum in the motor and caused intense vibration in the fan across the entire range of variability. The fan by itself operates as expected without excessive noise, but now I'm stuck with a single-speed fan that I could have bought a lot cheaper. If you need variable speed buy a fan with 3-speed motor made in the USA. I'd be happy to have spent an extra $100 on something more suitable.1Nice Exhaust Fan for the shopGets fairly hot down in the shop during the summer. this year I decided to add a ventilation fan to move some air around. this was easy to install, wire and operate. I got the variable control fan and the variable control switch for the wall. Just watch. some of the fans are variable control, others are not.5Very quietGreat product fast shipping5Exceptionally Easy Installation This fan works perfectly for my application. After prepping the rough opening, it took about 30 minutes to install. The most important advise I can offer is that when doing the rough in that you cut your opening to the specs for you particular model as per the instruction manual. If the opening is too tight it may cause the louvers to bind up and not close properly. I mounted mine from the inside so that the louvers would be flush on the outside of the building. I chose to purchase and use the ILG8SFRC Exhaust Fan Remote Control Kit. it has a built in variable speed control, temp control setting, and humidistat. Very convenient to be able to control operation from a very advanced remote. I'll include a short video on simple installation. Note: a pigtail for the fan is included with the remote control kit (sold separately).Update: install complete with remote control. Excellent product. Simple install and eliminates the need for separate humidistat, temp, and speed control. 5Great fan!!!We purchased a 1920's historic home that had a walk out basement. The basement had lots of moisture, which gave it that musty smell. My husband purchased this fan, installed it, and vent two other windows in the basement. After only a few days of running it the smell was gone. We continue to run the fan on low and it's working great. No more smell and no more damp basement!5Louver Issue Solved The fan now works perfectly after a couple of modifications. First, the louvers. Upon testing, if the louvers are opened manually all the way and allowed to drop, they will close completely almost every time, but under real conditions the fan slows to a stop and the louvers rarely close all the way. I examined the mechanism closely and made certain nothing was binding and friction was minimized, but still no luck. The solution was rather simple and cheap. I bought a 3/4" rare earth magnet with a hole in the center and mounted it above the vertical shaft that moves the louvers providing enough pull to click the shaft to the magnet as it approaches its closing position. I also placed another magnet on the upper side of the shaft; this one is not permanently mounted, only stuck, whereas the first magnet is held in place by a screw in the center. The louvers now close perfectly every time and the force of the fan is more than enough to break the field and allow the fan to open. iLIVING should consider this inexpensive modification and save customers a lot of grief. I also disassembled the fan, installed a very tight aluminum screen and now insects have no way of entering my shed through the fan. The screen does reduce the fan's efficiency, but I now have no worries of wasps using it as a pathway inside. 4Don't choke on smoke It was easy to install and eliminated all the smoke from my welding as fast as I made it.I just used a receptacle with a switch and attached a three prong cord to the fan. I also used 1/4" carriage bolts which fit the slots in the fan perfectly. 5Attic Fan I live in the Mojave Desert and have an asphalt roof on my house, so not surprisingly, my attic gets really hot in the summer. I bought this product to help with the extreme temperatures in my attic, and so far I've been very pleased. The fan has been in place for a couple of days and has been operating as it should. The temperature of the attic has gone from over 120 degrees to within a few degrees of the outside temperature. Set up was simple and only took about an hour to cut the siding and install the fan. It's not too loud, and I cannot hear it operating from inside the house.This fan is located in a part of my attic that is walled off from the main attic and is about 400 sq feet with low, sloping ceilings. I'm also running a Ventamatic XXFIRESTAT 10-Amp Adjustable Thermostat with my fan (so it doesn't run constantly). 5Worked great after a few modifications. As some other reviewers noted, there are a few issues with this fan. The first are the actual dimensions. I ordered a 12" fan, looking for something that would fit between 16" OC studs. While the exterior trim is about 12"x12", the fan itself is about 14.5" in diameter. Since I wanted to finish out the inside of the opening, I needed another 1" of clearance. Luckily, I hadn't built my interior walls yet, so no issues there. The item description indicates a 13X13" required opening. This would suggest that the unit is to be installed from the inside. I opted not to do so, since installing from the outside would help keep the water where it belongs...on the outside. If you mount from the inside, you'll be relying on caulk to keep everything sealed. Second, the gaps in the fins are excessive. I added weather self-adhering weather stripping to try and reduce the gaps. Third, if mounted from the exterior, the trim piece is excessively deep. At over 2", it doesn't trim out well for vinyl siding, metal wall panels, wood, etc. Not a huge concern, but worth mentioning. Finally, the bottom flange does not have any means of draining, other than small gaps in the corner seams. I would strongly suggest drilling a few weep holes to help the unit drain. Other than that, the installation was straight-forward. The junction box on the motor is fairly small, so I would recommend using #14 stranded wires. A solid wire will not offer enough room to make the connection. 4Smooth and quiet when installed with grommets and rubber pads. Decent build quality for price range. The heads of the frame screws that hold the unit together make the 12 model slightly wider than 12 so plan on at least 12 1/4 width when you frame the opening. For quiet running, I used 1/2 thick rubber pads between the metal fan frame and wood wall frame under each mounting screw (I used drywall screws). Also, I added rubber grommets to go in the metal frame mounting holes to prevent vibrations transmitting through the sides of the mounting screws.Be sure your wall framing is square and even so it doesn t twist or rack the fan frame when you tighten the mounting screws. That could cause the shutters to hang up. They rely on gravity to close and air pressure from the fan to open. I also took care not to overtighten mounting screws or it would compress and defeat the rubber isolation mounts. Double check that the shutters open and close smoothly after mounting the fan. I added a few drops of light oil to the shutter moving parts to ensure smooth movement. I bought a speed controller and thermostat recommended by Amazon so it runs only when needed. You probably don t need the speed controller unless you really want fine control.Noise level was about the same as a regular oscillating fan, which is barely noticeable after I close the insulated attic hatch. 5Effective and does the job!It was a little bigger thickness than we realized but love it and still easy to install5Well made no vibration.Very nice well made fan. The off position is auto and whatever speed you select with pull chain is the speed in auto also.5Works like a charm to control condensation. I live in the Pacific Northwest where cold weather and rain can combine to create a condensation problem. After adding a garage to my home I found that condensation would form on the garage door windows and walls after I'd pulled my warm, wet car in during wintery conditions. After trying electric heaters and dehumidifiers without success, I bought this fan and installed in on a side wall about 7' off the ground and wired it to a Panasonic condensation switchPanasonic FV-WCCS1-W WhisperControl Three-Function On/Off Switch, White. (I also wired the recommended iLIVING ILG8SFSC Solid State Variable Adjustable Precision Fan Speed Controller iLIVING ILG8SFSC Solid State Variable Adjustable Precision Fan Speed Controller 120V 8A but have just set it to high and left it alone.) The dimensions were perfect for installation between studs. I created a box between the studs by nailing two 2x6" horizontally above and below the hole that I created to mount the fan, to tie the exterior and interiors walls together and prevent it from drawing air in from the interior of the wall. I installed a vent to the attic of the garage so that the fresh air source was the relatively drier air pulled from outside, from the eves, through the attic and down into the garage. After patiently adjusting the sensitivity of the condensation switch, it now comes on only when needed and shuts off when the car, and the air in the garage, is dry. Works perfectly, not too loud and moves a ton of air. 5aadThere is noise in the wrong place.3no problems installing and no vibration like other people were saying in their reviews Installed on my greenhouse, no problems installing and no vibration like other people were saying in their reviews. If it lasts a few summers is will be well worth the money. 5Loud!Worked great at first. One month in has mad an awful awful noise. And won t stop. Turned it off and cleaned it. And it s still making the noise.1Doesn t close on its ownWorks well. Noisy and rattles and the Louvres don t close on their own.3Works very well. Has plenty of power. Keeps the garage cool. A fun project. Perfect for exhausting the hot air from my garage. Purchased a thermostat switch at Home Depot and it fires up at whatever temperature I want to set and turns itself off when the garage is cool enough. Definitely keeps the garage a LOT cooler than before when it's 100+ degrees outside. I have a 3 car garage and this fan has plenty of power to exhaust the heat. If I want it even cooler - to work on a project, for instance, I open the door into the house and it quickly sucks some cool air from the house. I'm glad that I got this model. Was tempted to save some money and get a smaller fan but this size does the job for me. I'm considering putting another on into my attic to help keep the house cool more efficiently. Hardest part of the job was cutting through the stucco on the outside of the building. Very dusty! Used a masonry blade on my skilsaw. A sawzall would have been better but I don't have one. 5At this price point, a good value. Exactly as advertised. Installed it on our screen porch for some air motion on hot Louisiana days. As I was framing in the screen supports at the same time the width was not an issue but this will not fit into most walls with 16' stud spacing. Moves the air about as I expected. A bit noisier than I like but at this price point I didn't expect whisper-quiet; just crank up the music a bit more. I added a toggle switch as the fan is on the same circuit as the lamp. Lowes had a long-throw switch so I just added it the junction box (which is a nice feature and makes installing to code much easier). Louvers operate as expected when the air flow hits them. Overall, a good value. 5
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