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SmartExhaust Bathroom Fan Control
SmartExhaust Bathroom Fan Control
SmartExhaust Bathroom Fan Control

Highlights of the SmartExhaust Bathroom Fan Control

  • CERTIFIED: Meets ventilation standard ASHRAE 62.2
  • PERFORMANCE: Control the fan and light in one switch
  • IMPROVES AIR QUALITY: Prevents mold and mildew from forming

Features of the SmartExhaust Bathroom Fan Control

The SmartExhaust Bathroom Fan Control is the easiest, most cost efficient way to help make a home ASHRAE 62.2 compliant. The SmartExhaust turns the bathroom fan into an automatic exhaust system that helps eliminate stale air from the home.

The switch uses microprocessor technology to provide precise ventilation times for bathroom fans. The bathroom fan runs every hour for set ventilation period. Controls both the bathroom fan and light. Helps prevent mold and mildew.

Central Fan Integrated Supply Solutions

Our central fan integrated supply ventilation solutions (CFIV) leverage the home’s existing HVAC system to distribute fresh air ventilation throughout the home. Additionally, it takes advantage of existing whole-house filters and air purifiers to clean the incoming air. Our balanced ventilation solutions have the added benefits of exchanging energy between the exhaust and supply to temper the air and save energy before it is evenly distributed throughout the home. Exhaust ventilation systems, like those in bathrooms, only remove air from a particular location, and often lead to depressurization in the home. Depressurization means replacement air or make-up air will infiltrate through leaks in the building shell and other uncontrolled and undesirable sources like the garage, attic, crawl space, or basement.

The Home Is A System. A home needs to breathe much the way humans do; by taking in good air and exhausting bad air. Efforts to make homes more energy efficient, such as weather stripping, sealants, and moisture barriers have tightened the home, reducing air changes, and trapping stale air inside. Exhaust ventilation such as bath fans can make indoor air worse by creating negative pressure and drawing poor or toxic air into the home through from the garage or basement. Since we spend 90 percent of our time indoors, this compromised air quality can impact our health and safety.

The SmartExhaust Bathroom Fan Control should be installed by a licensed contractor. Find a contractor in your area.

Specifications of the SmartExhuast Bathroom Fan Control

Model Part Number Description Voltage
SEC 46591000 Programmable control for exhaust fan 120


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Kinston, NC 28504

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