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Model DB208

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Inductor 8 in. In-Line Duct Booster Fan

$38.28 /each
  • Made of corrosion-resistant metal
  • Crimp and bead on 1 end for an easy installation
  • Motor has large oil reservoir for long lasting, quiet life

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The Inductor 8 in. In-Line Duct Fan is an energy efficient way to circulate heated or cooled air around a room in your home. This duct booster fan is made of out corrosion-resistant metal. It has a crimp and bead design on 1 end for an easier installation. The thermally protected, Class B motor has a large oil reservoir for a quiet, long-lasting use. This fan is designed to be installed in almost any position in your home or office duct work.

  • Energy efficient way to improve comfort by circulating heated or cooled around a room
  • Designed to fit 8 in. flexible and rigid ducts
  • Can be installed in almost any position in your home or office duct work
  • Thermally protected Class B motor
  • 210 CFM free air and max boosted 500 CFM
  • Includes installment screws
  • ETL (C/US) listed
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what is the electrical termination

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August 31, 2015
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The fan has a 3 wire pigtail coming out of it.
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You buy a galvanized steel electrical box, punch out one of the back holes in it, then put the hole over the wires coming out of the duct side, and use sheet metal screws to secure the box to the duct. Then you make your connections inside that box.
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When you say from 250 to 500 cfm.is there a adjustment to get max out of the unit is need it as a boost to remove smoke

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June 14, 2016
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Hello,
The 250 CFM refers to free air CFM. This is the amount of airflow the fan can move all by itself. Just powered with no restrictions or boosting of an existing airflow. The 500 CFM is the maximum the fan can flow before it becomes an impediment to the airstream. It will boost an existing airstream a certain percentage based on duct run distance, number of restrictions or impediments to the airflow Read More
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The 250 CFM refers to free air CFM. This is the amount of airflow the fan can move all by itself. Just powered with no restrictions or boosting of an existing airflow. The 500 CFM is the maximum the fan can flow before it becomes an impediment to the airstream. It will boost an existing airstream a certain percentage based on duct run distance, number of restrictions or impediments to the airflow and other factors.
The DB208 you are looking at is a single speed 8" fan. There is no adjustment you can make to the fan to go from the 250 to 500 as you asked.
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Replacement

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I'm guessing this thing doesn't live for ever. What happens when it burns out and you've finished over your ducting where you installed it?
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May 19, 2016
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We recommend you leave some type of access to the fan if possible.
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How does the fan turn on and off? Is there a way to install and use it without tying it into the system thermostat? And how do I get electric to it?

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It really depends on your application as to how the fan is going to be powered and turn on and off. The fan runs on regular household current 120V. It could be as simple as wiring it to a switch. If you are using it to boost airflow in a forced air system you can wire it back into the blower motor of your HVAC system or use the Suncourt DuctStat Temperature Sensitive Switch.
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Warning may not be useable for you WARNING note the specs - 210CFM!! There are higher flow inline duct booster fans on the market. You may need one of them. This fan is lower CFM. The advantage of lower CFM booster fans is that they don't make a lot of noise. So if you have a short run duct then you can use this fan directly into the heating duct and it will be fine. But if you have a long run duct then you will need higher CFM booster. However you will need to insert a higher flow booster into the duct with flex tube couplers, The flex couplers dampen noise and vibration. Just use short lengths of flex tube ducting to make up the couplers. July 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Booster Fan Nice and Quiet I bought this booster with an in line thermostat to control the humidity in our green house. This fan is designed for use in heating and cooling ducts but makes a nice adjunct in our green house to draw warm humid air to the outside. The fan was easy to connect up to the thermostat and is quiet in operation. Mounting was easy using a plexiglass panel to match the green house glass panels and was easily sealed using clear exterior silicone sealer. I added a vent screen to keep smal pests on the outside and that was it. My wife is happy which is what really matters. MP5SDA3 April 14, 2007
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Does not work as well as expected. Air flow from unit was much lower than expected and blower fan is made of plastic. February 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Duct Fan is Excellent I've read a number of posts on the web about duct fans saying they don't work but that isn't true. Fact is they do work! I installed this fan in the duct going to the office over our garage which was practically unusable during winter and now it is one of the warmer rooms in the house. I also changed about 11 feet of the 24 foot flex duct run to metal duct. At the register the air flow has doubled. The fan is about 20 feet from the register. The office is now at 70 degrees an increase of 5 degrees. Our thermostat is in the living room set at 68. The fan has made a huge difference! December 4, 2009
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by fan unit The fan unit is a quality product but, fans of different speeds would be greatly appreciated. November 11, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not Worth It This Booster Fan (or lack there of) is not worth it. It does not have enough blowing power to over come the static pressure in an air duct, you can look at the specs and it will show you that it does not have the power to do anything besides just sitting on your desk and blowing a nice stream or air on your face but once it is installed in your air duct, it does not do anything. If you are looking for a real In-Line Booster Fan, look for a Centrifugal fan, it will save you the time and effort of not having to redo the work. September 7, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great fan if need to pull air - - I got it and did online how too do it... best way is to have the mian air line go to a BIG box with a smaler out put- 18" tub to BOX out put to 8" tub (FAN) then a ( T ) with 8" feeding other room with max 6ft of tub.... works great. bost about 35% air flow.. Run power from A/C with inline fuis.. July 23, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product The fan was about what I expected it to be. I'm trying to push more air to the second floor bedrooms and the fan comes up a little short on volume. June 10, 2014
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