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Radon Mitigation Fan Kit 4 in. Fan with 4 in. to 4 in. Couplers and Air Pressure Indicator

$127.00 /each
  • Includes two white Anti-vibration couplers for 4" Schedule 40 PVC
  • Powerful fan for the suction needed in sub-slab depressurization
  • Includes Air Pressure Indicator

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The Suncourt Radon Mitigation Fan Kit is ideal for sub-slab depressurization. The kit includes the 4 in. input/output fan, 2 white 4 in. to 4 in. rubber couplers, an air pressure indicator and optional mounting hardware. The thermal plastic housing is resistant to UV rays and has been epoxy sealed for a watertight performance. It is ETL listed for continuous use and indoor/outdoor operation.

  • Sub-slab depressurization is a recommended solution to reduce radon levels in homes
  • High efficiency impeller creates the negative pressure needed for sub-slab depressurization
  • 132 CFM at 0.5 in. WC
  • Class F motor has automatic thermal reset for overload protection
  • Anti-Vibration PVC couplers (4 in. to 4 in.) are included and connect fan to 4 in. Schedule 40 PVC
  • Housing is sealed for performance and durability for indoor or outdoor installation
  • Housing is UV resistant, suitable for indoor or outdoor installation
  • Air pressure indicator is included and can be mounted indoors to monitor the operation of the system
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can the fan be mounted horizontally or does it have to be mounted vertically?

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In Canada and Alaska it is per code to mount below basement floor and exhaust horizontally through foundation/outter wall. In lower 48 and Hawaii the fan must be located OUTSIDE or ABOVE living quarters. In the Attic or outside of the house. Reasoning is that fan may leak. After seeing this fan let me assure you, it will not leak. If mounted horizontally angle the discharge slightly below fan to keep any Read More
In Canada and Alaska it is per code to mount below basement floor and exhaust horizontally through foundation/outter wall. In lower 48 and Hawaii the fan must be located OUTSIDE or ABOVE living quarters. In the Attic or outside of the house. Reasoning is that fan may leak. After seeing this fan let me assure you, it will not leak. If mounted horizontally angle the discharge slightly below fan to keep any potential moisture from entering the fan. Read Less
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February 5, 2016
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Yes, the fan can be mounted horizontally or vertically.
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The fan must be mounted vertically so water cannot collect in it
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Instalation in the Basement

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I have a passive pipe in the basement running in the exterior walls then through the roof. Can i install this in basement and have enough velocity to exhaust in the roof, 30' above?
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The reason for installation in the attic vs basement is that if there is a crack/leak in the line the radon won't be pumped to your house.
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Yes.. I am assuming that there is one 90 degree turn in the pipe and that it is 4 inches in diameter.
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No. Needs to be outside or in a vented attic. It pumps a high concentration of radon a leak or failure could cause extremely high levels.
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How loud is the assembly in either Db or sonnes if one were in close proximity to the unit?

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To be honest the fan is quiet. Based on the unit that I have the noise is not a problem but vibration is.
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The fan is rated at 60 dBA or 4 sones.
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In a 3 story home already with a passive radon 4" pipe from the sump in basement to vent above roof, can the fan be

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Spliced into the vent pipe in the attic of the home?
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by good replacement Good product, quiet and somewhat easy to install. The couplings that come with the kit both go to 4 inch pipe, I had 3 inch coming from the basement so I had to go buy extra pieces. It was difficult to find a 4inch to 3 inch that was not flared on one end. Home depot did not carry it. I had to go to a specialty plumbing store. Once I had the part the rest of the install was smooth. The system came on line and runs quietly I have to get up close to hear it. Good replacement and easy install with right parts good product. July 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Radon fan Exactly as described. Only improvement would be being prewired. June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product but package was missing a critical part The part came with good instructions, was as advertised, and operated as desired. The only down side was that the package was missing a critical attachment clip which I had to acquire separately. This necessitated a separate trip to the store. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good Easy to install and about a third of the price that the radon company wanted to install May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well, had all the required fittings. I replaced a radon mitigation fan that was going bad. This unit came with all the necessary connecting hardware/fittings to easily put it in my current duct work (4" pipe). Installed March 2016. Quiet. No knowledge of longevity yet, so we'll see. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good product Our house already had a vent pipe which made this a very easy install, I just cut the vent pipe and installed the fan with the parts in the kit. March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solid fan Solid radon mitigation fan for 4" sch 40 pvc. It's the same fan for 3", just different white ferncos (adapters). Since 4" is more expensive, I would suggest the 3" for the same relative effect. HD's picture of the setup with the Y's and bipass is not standard though. And no you don't need to be certified to install. Fan must be located outside or in vented attic. You'll need weathertite electric connections. Comes with brackets and vacuum guage. Good price. 5 yr warrantee. February 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install This fan is great for smaller spaces or areas without many rooms. I have a very large basement with many rooms; I ran two suctions off this fan and it cut my radon levels from 68 to 20 which is still too high however the price was right, and I was able to buy a second fan for under the price of a contractors one fan to bring my levels under the EPA recommended 4. February 23, 2016
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