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NuTone 160 CFM Ceiling Utility Exhaust Fan
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NuTone

160 CFM Ceiling Utility Exhaust Fan

  • Can be painted
  • Cuts moisture, helps prevent mildew
  • Durably constructed
$98.00 /each

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The NuTone 160 CFM Exhaust Fan is made with a resin grille that can be painted to match your interior. The 160 CFM fan helps reduce moisture and the motor operates at 5 sones for efficiency. The fan is ideal for use in rooms up to 145 sq. ft., and provides vertical or horizontal discharge for convenience.

  • 160 CFM fan helps reduce moisture
  • Motor operates at 5 sones for efficiency
  • For use in rooms up to 145 sq. ft. for ideal ventilation
  • Resin grille can be painted to match your interior
  • Provides vertical or horizontal discharge for convenience
  • Adjustable mounting brackets and a twist-lock design provide simple installation
  • Plug-in electrical receptacles allow for easy set-up
  • Includes built-in backdraft damper, motors and impeller-type blade assemblies
  • 3.25 in. x 10 in. duct

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Name 160 CFM Wall/Ceiling Side Discharge Exhaust Fan 160 CFM Ceiling Utility Exhaust Fan 270 CFM Through-the-Wall Exhaust Fan 180 CFM Room-to-Room Exhaust Fan
Brand NuTone
Ratings (4) (7) (34) (6)
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 140 145 240 160
Bath Fan Features No additional Features No additional Features No additional Features No additional Features
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 5.0 5.0 6.0 4.5
Housing Width (in.) 12 12 10.375 11.5
Ceiling or Wall Installation Ceiling or Wall Ceiling or Wall Wall Wall
Housing Length (in.) 14 14 10.375 6.25
Air Volume (CFM) 160 160 270 180
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Where can I get a filter for this fan?

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Grand Rapids, MI
June 7, 2012
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December 30, 2014
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This fan does not use a filter. If installed correctly, it should be venting the inside air to the outside. Therefore, a filter would be unnecessary.
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June 7, 2012
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The part number for the filter is 834. It can be purchased at your local Home Depot store through the special order desk.
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does it exhaust through the ceiling?

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HOUSTON ,TX IS INSTALLATION LOCATION
April 17, 2012
What size hole in the ceiling?
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November 3, 2014
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This particular model (8310) vents horizontally, using a 3 1/4 x 10 metal duct to run out a side wall. The model (8210) would be what you would want to run through the ceiling, it uses a 7" duct. Hope that helps.
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The 8310 fan can be installed in either the ceiling or the wall. The housing dimensions are:
13-1/16" long x 11-5/8" wide x 3-3/16" high.
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how many watts does the fan operate on?

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September 15, 2016
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The 8310 has the following specifications:
120 VAC, 1.5 AMPs, 1725 RPM, 5.0 Sones, 160 CFM, 180 Watts
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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by I like this fan, it does a great job I bought this product about two years ago and installed it in a bathroom that has a high lightwell around a skylight above the shower/bath. There had been problems with steam and moisture on walls etc.The fan did a great job of keeping it fog free and saving the finishes on the walls and windows. It moves an impressive amount of air. This week however the motor failed. Will try to get parts for this fan instead of buying another. I looked at the home improvement store where I bought it but they did not have this motor among the replacement/ improvement motors that they carry. Great fan, just wish it still worked. April 7, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Worked since 2010 I have these in a locker room at a health facility. They definitely move air. One of the fans stopped working, the other one sounds horrible so I have to replace them. They lasted almost a full 5 years. I have two more that are still working fine. However they are noisy, for me this is good because it creates ambient noise while people are sharing the space. May 5, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by A little loud, but it does the job I was leaving the store and just happened to see this on the clearance shelf for $40 (the packaging was a little banged up). Thank goodness I did because our in-wall kitchen exhaust bit the dust a while back and we really were not wanting to pay $100 for a new motor. This was actually a ceiling exhaust fan but my husband was able to use the pieces to replace our old one. I'm thrilled! However, I know how much these things generally cost so I'm giving the value an average rating. $100 seems a little steep just for the motor but I really have nothing else to compare it to. We also used the new cover that came with it to replace our old, dingy metal cover. It looks good but it's plastic and likely won't hold up as long as our metal one has. Regardless, it all worked out to our benefit. December 30, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good fan but needs replacement every few years I have had 2, maybe 3 of these fans in the last decade. Time to replace it again. It works fine when working but I don't understand why it stops working after a few years. It is wall installed. I clean it from time to time but does not seem to help. January 16, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Size was a concern, it did not fit in the space because it was round. The equipment was fine, the box had all of the components. The appearance was good. But, it will be returned due to size. May 15, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by bad instructions Instructions that included in box for wiring are not clear are different from what is online. November 28, 2009
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by fan is smaller than earlier version and was difficult to install in existing installation swap out too loud, and didnt swap out like the nutone rep. recommended November 12, 2011
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