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NuTone QTR Series Quiet 110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan, ENERGY STAR Qualified
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QTR Series Quiet 110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan, ENERGY STAR Qualified

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The NuTone QTR Series Quiet 110 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan, ENERGY STAR Qualified is an energy-efficient solution in a traditional design. This fan is designed for use in high-traffic bathrooms, and it works quietly with 1.3 sone operation. The fan features hanger bars for easy, fast and universal installation in various types of constructions.

  • 110 CFM fan speed to ventilate you bath area
  • 1.3 sones operation is quiet
  • Ventilates up to 100 sq. ft. for use in high-traffic bathrooms
  • ENERGY STAR qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings
  • UL listed for use over a tub or shower in conjunction with a GFCI circuit (not included)
  • Hanger bars for easy, fast and universal installation in various types of construction
  • 4 in. duct

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May 30, 2012
we are installing this ceiling exhaust fan in an older home that never had a fan before. what other items will we need to vent it in the attic and out of the house?
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You will need to buy a Dryer Venting kit so that you can get it outside. Look to see that the Damper in the fan or kit so that you don't get a backdraft. Also, make sure you have caulking material for around the outside for the vent as well as inside on the Wall to keep a tight seal. Spring clamps are also good to attach the venting material to the fan and exhaust vent.
Of course, Hammer, Screwdriver, Read More
You will need to buy a Dryer Venting kit so that you can get it outside. Look to see that the Damper in the fan or kit so that you don't get a backdraft. Also, make sure you have caulking material for around the outside for the vent as well as inside on the Wall to keep a tight seal. Spring clamps are also good to attach the venting material to the fan and exhaust vent.
Of course, Hammer, Screwdriver, saw, etc will be needed to install, but just 2 wood screws held it well to the Joist and are just loose enough so that if I want to remove it, it will slide off. Read Less
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you'll need a 4" round, rigid, flexible duct pipe(the 6 foot length expands from about 2 feet to six feet). I would recommend venting out at the soffit, so you also need a 4" soffit vent. You can either tape the flex duct to the fan output and the soffit vent or use collars, I also recommend cutting a piece of window screen and inserting it into the vent to keep bugs out. The shirter the distance from Read More
you'll need a 4" round, rigid, flexible duct pipe(the 6 foot length expands from about 2 feet to six feet). I would recommend venting out at the soffit, so you also need a 4" soffit vent. You can either tape the flex duct to the fan output and the soffit vent or use collars, I also recommend cutting a piece of window screen and inserting it into the vent to keep bugs out. The shirter the distance from fan to vent , the better the operation will be. Read Less
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OK I hope you guys are moderately to highly skilled with the necessary tools and capable of working on the roof. This is not the easiest project for the DIYer to tackle.
Starting from the inside of the house and assuming that you are talking about a bathroom or kitchen exhaust fan for a single story house, where the ceiling joist of the room also serve as the joist for the attic Read More
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OK I hope you guys are moderately to highly skilled with the necessary tools and capable of working on the roof. This is not the easiest project for the DIYer to tackle.
Starting from the inside of the house and assuming that you are talking about a bathroom or kitchen exhaust fan for a single story house, where the ceiling joist of the room also serve as the joist for the attic the following is a general outline of the parts and design requirements for the job
You will need the ceiling fan, switched power (including wiring, conduit, boxes and misc. connector) to the fan, duct work (including fittings, fasteners and sealants), from the fan through the roof, and a water proof roof flashing for the duct to pass through and exit the house. It's not OK to dump the exhaust air into the attic! This can cause mold, mildew and dry-rot.
Take a look at this sketch to identify the major components.Although it looks simple that are a lot of details left out and generally without knowing your skill level I would never recommend this installation to a beginner or intermediate with no prior experience of a similar project. Even if you want to tackle this job you should hire an electrician and roofer to make sure that the unit is powered correctly and the roof remains water tight. Check into your roof warranty if you have one to make sure that you aren't voiding any guarantees. Make sure that the penetration of the duct through the roof takes into consideration other fresh air intakes on the roof or operable skylights. You don't want the exhaust to be recirculated back into the house! The exhaust fan location in the ceiling has to take into consideration the location and direction of the ceiling framing. Make sure that you locate the switch so that it isn't covered by a door swing and that it's at the correct height. Consider installing a timer instead of an on off switch. Size the exhaust fan for the recommended air changes or 8 per hour and consider the sound rating of the fan the meets your requirements. Less expensive fans of the same rating will do the job but mostly likely be a lot noisier.
So if the bathroom is 6' X 9' X 8' the amount of air that must be exhausted in one hour is
432cf X 8 = 3,456cf
Since most fans are rated in cubic feet of air (moved ) per minute, an exhaust fan capable of moving 57.6 cfm is minimum would be required
I usual add twenty % performance factor for added capacity under varying conditions. In this case I would look for a fan with a standard flow of 80cfms for this condition
Once you get started there are going to be a dozen variables at least that may alter the plan but this should you get pointed in the right direction..
Good luck! Read Less
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Each installation varies slightly due to the specifics of the house. To obtain complete installation information for your home application, please contact our Technical Service Department at
888-336-6151.
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If installing this in a ceiling with plaster and sheetrock will it fit considering the gap between the bars and where the fan cover come together?

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Please contact our Technical Support Department at 888-336-6151 for assistance with installation.
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My ceiling was made of Plaster over lapboard and I only need to increase the opening from a previous fan to make the installation work. The tricky part is make sure you can get to the Joists to secure it and reduce Vibration and noise. So if you have an existing opening and it is near or next to the Joist, you should be fine. Just don't have the opening any larger than the enclosure box, and then the Read More
My ceiling was made of Plaster over lapboard and I only need to increase the opening from a previous fan to make the installation work. The tricky part is make sure you can get to the Joists to secure it and reduce Vibration and noise. So if you have an existing opening and it is near or next to the Joist, you should be fine. Just don't have the opening any larger than the enclosure box, and then the cover will seal around the opening just fine. Read Less
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Is this fan suitable for a 32 sq. ft. area? This is for a Full Bathroom with shower.

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The shower in this bathroom is used only once daily. The question is to find out if the fan is ok specifically for that size area, or is 110 CFM too much for 32 sq. ft.? Thank you!
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Thank you for your question about the NuTone model, QTREN110. A 32 square feet bathroom would not require a fan with 110 CFM. You would probably have sufficient air removal with 80 CFM. However, there’s a shower in this room, and since this unit is Energy Star rated, it operates at a very quite level. I would go for it! If you have further questions, just dial 888-336-3948 and our Customer Service Read More
Thank you for your question about the NuTone model, QTREN110. A 32 square feet bathroom would not require a fan with 110 CFM. You would probably have sufficient air removal with 80 CFM. However, there’s a shower in this room, and since this unit is Energy Star rated, it operates at a very quite level. I would go for it! If you have further questions, just dial 888-336-3948 and our Customer Service Department will be happy to assist. Thanks, again. Read Less
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I would believe so, out bathroom is 7ftx6ft with an 8ft ceiling and we installed it with tubing to vent outside using a Dryer vent cap, and when my Wife takes a Steaming Hot shower, it will remove the air and have the mirrors clear within 1 min after she is done.
The real advantage is the noise level, I have it connected with a Shower Light, just so that I know I turned it on before entering the Read More
I would believe so, out bathroom is 7ftx6ft with an 8ft ceiling and we installed it with tubing to vent outside using a Dryer vent cap, and when my Wife takes a Steaming Hot shower, it will remove the air and have the mirrors clear within 1 min after she is done.
The real advantage is the noise level, I have it connected with a Shower Light, just so that I know I turned it on before entering the Shower, Read Less
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Replacement for QT-110-B

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I have a QT-110-B that's starting to vibrate and flap a bit. I've cleaned the fan but it still has a vibration and rattles the cage. Will this fan fit in the qt-110-B housing and is it wired with the same two-prong cord?
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The QT110-B is an older unit, but we still have replacement parts for it. If you are looking to replace just the ‘guts’ (motor and wheel), then you will have to get the correct replacement motor assembly. The QTREN110 used different parts and they will not mount the same in the housing. If you’d like to order parts, just dial 888-336-3948 and our Customer Service Department can assist you. Thanks.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very strong and quiet fan Great product but difficult to install in finished ceiling without a lot of attic space to work with. April 28, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job. Efficient but noisy. It rattles during operation. There is nothing loose and was professionally installed. February 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A fine fan We bought this fan to replace one in our bathroom that was at least 30 years old (it looked it and sounded it, I might add). We needed a fan that could really move air out of our bathroom, as it is "captive" in the center of our home and there is no window to provide additional ventilation. This fan is energy star-rated, extremely quiet, and has performed beautifully from day one. We hired a plumber to do the installation and ventilation work associated with this fan, and he said that we had indeed bought a good, sturdy product. We are totally pleased with it. February 20, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This bathroom fan has exceeded my expectations. I had two bathroom fans that were old, very noisy and in dire need of replacement. I reviewed your products online, chose the QTREN110 Fan for both bathrooms and installed them myself. The fans are very quiet, energy efficient, stylish-looking and were easy to install. September 5, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just what you need for your bathroom I wish I didn't wait so long. Our 8 x 8 bathroom would turn into a sauna during a shower, the ceiling was wet, the walls were wet, even the sink was wet. Finally decided to install a fan, this fan had very positive reviews, so I went with it. I couldn't be happier, you can't hear the fan motor when the shower is running and , most importantly, the bathroom is as dry after your shower as it was when you started. I recommend taping around the plastic, snap in damper for a better seal. November 11, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quiet, effective and energy efficient I ihave a 65 sq.ft. bathroom with a shower that gets plenty of use from my family of 5. The 14 year old 80 cfm I had installed when I got the house recently died. I then purchased the QTREN080 ...Identical in every way except it moves 80 cfm instead of 110 cfm. The bathroom mirror was still fogging up with the 80 cfm so I retuned and purchased the 110cfm instead am glad I did.. Quiet, effective and energy efficient :-) & I wish this fan was also inexpensive and my wife and daughters all like the new fan. January 7, 2010
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice fan The unit required little assembly and was easy to install despite the cramped space available. September 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great fan !!! An outstanding, well made, feat of engineering ! It is not only well made, it looks good, too ! It is not only well made, looks good, and also works quietly, efficiently... OUTSTANDING!! KUDOS to Nutone ! March 10, 2014
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