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The DewStop switch turns the fan on or off in response to humidity and dew-point levels
Often the fan is big enough, but the ductwork is nonexistent or poorly installed.
The company best-known for making silent remote-mounted ventilation products now offers a lineup of conventional bath fans.
A new player has jumped into the high-end bath-fan market. Delta Products Corp. says Breez Ventilation Fans have ball-bearing-equipped DC brushless motors and 67-fin impellers for ultra-quiet energy-efficient operation.
Re-design of widely installed unit optimizes noise reduction, energy efficiency.
Broan’s new Ultra Silent Series QTRE080R retrofit bath fan is designed to be installed from below the ceiling.
The DewStop bath-fan control by GTR Technologies monitors air for high humidity and activates the room’s exhaust fan as needed.
Appliances, fixtures, and finishes
Tubs; kitchen ventilation
Solid surfacing; ventilation
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