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Air King High Performance 50 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Light, ENERGY STAR
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Air King

High Performance 50 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Light, ENERGY STAR

  • Unique snap-in installation system for a convenient install
  • Quiet operation with maximum performance
  • Durable, high-impact plastic housing for longevity
$62.16 /each

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The Air King High Performance 50 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan features a unique snap-in installation system and a 26-Watt fluorescent lamp. The included bracket nails or screws to the ceiling joist, allowing the fan housing to snap-in easily with no fuss. A bath fan installation can now be done in minutes by simply connecting the wiring and the ducting, and installing the easy fitting grill. The durable, high-impact plastic housing ensures quiet operation and maximum performance. ENERGY STAR qualified.

  • 50 CFM at 0.8 sones of high performance
  • ENERGY STAR qualified
  • For bathrooms up to 45 sq. ft., for other rooms up to 60 sq. ft.
  • Easily installs using the included snap-in mounting system
  • 4 in. round ducting with plastic backdraft damper
  • Wire nuts and Romex connector included
  • High impact polycarbonate lens, secured in position using integral tabs
  • UL listed high impact plastic housing will not rust or corrode over time and is listed for installation over a tub or shower using a GFCI circuit

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Brand Air King Air King Delta Breez Delta Breez
Ratings (26) (80) (7) (33)
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 60 85 50 80
Bath Fan Features Light Light Light Light
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 0.8 1.5 0.3 0.8
Housing Width (in.) 8.5 8.5 8 8
Ceiling or Wall Installation Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling Ceiling
Housing Length (in.) 9.125 9.125 8.25 8.25
Air Volume (CFM) 50 70 50 80
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Is this really 0.5 sones or 0.8 sones as listed on some other sites?

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After purchasing based on the feedback my question received I was disappointed to discover it is actually 0.8 Sones. I have contacted Home Depot and been told they will work to resolve the misinformation on the description.
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This is .5 sones.
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Can the light and fan be wired to 2 different switches so they operate independently?

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Yes. They easily can. If you know how to do basic wiring it wouldnt be hard to do. They actually show this setup in the instructions.
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Is the CFL light dimmable?

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Is the CFL that's included dimmable, or will I need to purchase a new CFL?
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High Performance 50 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Light, ENERGY STAR is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Only good for toliet closet, not much air movement, but quiet Not big enough for a bathroom. Quiet, but not much air movement. Would only use in a toilet closet.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The fan motor seized up after 5 months of use. The fan motor seized up after 5 months of use.
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Quiet, BUT Quietest fan I ever heard. If your priority is quiet this is the fan for you. Nice light, BUT two things to consider. 1) my bathroom is 45 sq ft and it does an OK job with a hot shower. I would recommend the 70 CFM 1.5 sones fan which is intended for a larger room. 2) easy install for new construction, but if you're replacing a fan and cutting through the ceiling you must cut a larger hole to get it through the ceiling to snap it into the bracket. You can't just swing it up into the bracket unless you do so. To avoid moisture creating mold in the larger opening you'll need to patch it closed around the fan. Even though the cover with light is large enough to cover this opening you don't want moisture going into the ceiling, attic or insulation. Despite these two points, I highly recommend this fan.
Date published: 2015-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Doesnt SUCK that bad Product was easy to install and is not loud. I doesnt move a lot of air as expected with 50cfm. The white part seems like it will easily break after removing a few times if needed though.
Date published: 2016-04-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from should have got the 70cfm I bought this fan for my daughters bathroom and a 70cfm for my bathroom. 50cfm should had been enough for her bathroom because its 5x8.5ft. i did the toilet paper test(where you but a piece of tp on the vent to see if it holds. well, it holds once out of 6 times i try. I wasnt expecting this product to be as strong as the 70cfm of course, but this 50cfm has as much suction as an asthmatic. i would guess its closer to 30cfm. I may return it and get another 70cfm for $10 more
Date published: 2012-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid fan light The fan installed into the old cutout without much difficulty. Anyone with average carpentry and electrical skills can do it. The light isn't as bright as an incandescent but it is adequate and saves energy over the long haul. This is a much quieter unit than the Nutone it replaced which is important because it's mounted on a floor joist beneath a second floor bedroom. The old fan noise was audible upstairs, this isn't. I'd purchase another one as soon as I need it.
Date published: 2015-03-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Choice for Existing Construction This is the only fan I have found that is relatively easy to install from below. There isnt a template for cutting or enlarging the hole for the housing so you have to be a bit handy, Also, you have to work with the existing duct work and electrical so that can be a trick if it isnt long enough. I note for the money, this is far better than other products out there.
Date published: 2012-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quiet, good for new construction, not the best design for replacement. I installed this light a couple weeks ago and I've been happy with it thus far. I replaced an existing, noisy fan in my small master bathroom. The old fan was smaller so we had to cut out the drywall to fit the fan in. The design wasn't very beneficial for replacement. It was difficult to get the fan secured in the hole and we almost had to make the hole too big to be covered to get it in. It was difficult with the exhaust pipe sticking out to get it in the hole and attach the plastic housing to the lip on the metal bracket. It took some time and more cutting, but we were able to get it in the hole and secured. The fan did have a rattling noise when first installed, but once we got into the attic and hooked up the tubing for the vent it subsided. Overall it's a quiet fan, with a pretty bright light, and it looks nice. If I decide to replace the fan in my other bathroom I would probably go with this same one because it's quiet and I like that it has a light with it as well.
Date published: 2012-10-23
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