Model # SF25-GR

Internet #203832797

Remington Solar 25-Watt 1420 CFM Gray Solar Powered Attic Fan

Remington Solar

25-Watt 1420 CFM Gray Solar Powered Attic Fan

$351.11 /each

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Product Overview

The Remington Solar Ventilation Attic Fan is completely powered by free solar energy. This American-designed fan is designed to reduce attic temperatures and remove destructive moisture, thus making your home more comfortable and reducing the load on your HVAC system and lowering your electricity bills. In the winter, this fan reduces the risk of ice-damming. Our stylish, powder coated steel, 25-Watt fan will effectively ventilate up to 2200 sq. / ft. of attic space at up to 1450 CFM. This is the least expensive high-quality fan, feature-for-feature, available. Each fan comes with a built-in humidistat and thermostat. Life-time non-transferable limited warranty on parts and manufacturer's defects. Parts only.

  • Ready to install, one-hour installation
  • Humidistat and thermostat pre-installed in each fan ($40 value included free)
  • High quality polycrystalline solar panel with powerful, yet quiet brushless 24-Volt DC motor
  • Sleek hail- and weather-resistant design with tiltable panel
  • Powder coated steel housing, steel mesh and poly-vinyl (quiet) blades
  • Unbeatable warranty
  • We outsell and over-warranty our competitors because we use expensive brushless DC motors




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Customer Questions & Answers

I see that the fan cuts on at 80 degrees, at what temperature does it shut off?

Asked by: JS
A perfect question and unsatisfactory answers. A competing fan with similar specifications showed that there is a hysteresis. The fan stopped at 77 degree.
Answered by: Calimagne
Date published: 2016-09-15

I have my adapter wired to a switch in my utility room. If the temp during the day is not yet in the 80's can I turn off the adapter will the fan

still run on the solar power only?
Asked by: rc69
During the day the adapter isn't providing power to the motor, it is the solar panel. Below 80 degree the fan won't run due to the thermostat regardless if the adapter is powered or not. At 80 degree the fan starts due to the solar panel and if you want to stop the motor from running at THAT temperature, you have to interrupt the power line to the motor or disconnect the thermostat switch but I won't recommend this as it might "hurt' some of the electronics. And why would you stop the motor? Noise? forget it. It is so quiet that I barely can her it standing in front of it on the roof in a quiet neighborhood. And yes, in the last case the easiest would be to cover the solar panel. You need only a small cover, size of a dollar note. The solar elements are wired in series and you would interrupt the string of power. If you want to "kill" the adapter when not needed (during the day) you might hurt the electronics and save fractions of a penny in electricity. THIS WOULD BE A BAD IDEA
Answered by: Calimagne
Date published: 2016-09-15

what prevents rain water from getting in my attic when the solar panel is open full tilt?rc69

Asked by: rc69
Usually there is a water proof dome or cover right under the solar panel, then water does not penetrate to the fan area.
Answered by: BobR23
Date published: 2016-07-20

What is difference between SF25-GR and SF25-BLK??

Asked by: tim
GR stands for grey color and BLK stands for Black color.
Answered by: BobR23
Date published: 2016-07-20
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Customer Reviews

25-Watt 1420 CFM Gray Solar Powered Attic Fan is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 63.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Solar Powered Attic fan design I purchased these fans to replace 2 almost identical 8 year old fans, which had failed. The problem with the old fans and the new fans is, that there isn't a way to service or trouble shoot problems from the roof, only from the attic which is impossible. Upon inspection of the failed fans, revealed that the only problem with both fans was the motor brushes had worn out, otherwise the fans were in good shape. It would have added value to the fans to have the motors accessible from the roof, and also to have a parts list. Now that I know what to expect, the next failure will be, while not easy, possible to repair. I think the quality is there, just not the serviceability.
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product We immediately noticed a difference in the temperature of our upstairs area. It was always 5+ degrees hotter than downstairs and now it actually feels the same! The air conditioner is also not working as much as it was previously. We are in love with this product!!!
Date published: 2016-09-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Working Installed for customer prior to their settlement date on house sale. Installation was easy. Unit came right on in the sunlight. Didn't come with a bar to adjust the solar panel pitch though. If it was something that I needed , I would have had to make it myself
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very quiet, looks good, got rid of 20 plus degrees of heat out of our attic, cooled inside by 10 ... Very quiet, looks good, got rid of 20 plus degrees of heat out of our attic, cooled inside by 10 degrees on the first day second day another 5 degrees.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Quality Rather difficult to install, because it replaced an old unit. Local installers wanted to put in a new location , which would require a new opening.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does the job Ventilates quite a bit of attic. Dropped the attic temperature by 10 degrees. Works on solar and I like the tilt panel feature.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Attic Fan This attic fan is very quiet, energy efficient and really cools the attic down
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great purchase Take it out of the box and install it. No assembly required. Super Quiet.
Date published: 2016-10-04
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