Model # 7610

Internet #100344666

Store SKU #458279

null Up-Dux 14 in. x 7-1/4 in. Evaporative Cooler Ceiling Vent
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Up-Dux 14 in. x 7-1/4 in. Evaporative Cooler Ceiling Vent

$4951 /each

Product Overview

To feel the full effect of evaporative cooling, the cooled air needs to pass through and out of the house. The Up-Dux Ceiling Vent exhausts this evaporative air through the attic. As a result, attic temperatures are lowered instead of cool air passing through open windows or doors. The pre-assembled Model DL-101 is ideal for homes with up to 6 in. of ceiling insulation. For optimum results, install one Up-Dux Ceiling Vent in every major room to be cooled.
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Product Overview

To feel the full effect of evaporative cooling, the cooled air needs to pass through and out of the house. The Up-Dux Ceiling Vent exhausts this evaporative air through the attic. As a result, attic temperatures are lowered instead of cool air passing through open windows or doors. The pre-assembled Model DL-101 is ideal for homes with up to 6 in. of ceiling insulation. For optimum results, install one Up-Dux Ceiling Vent in every major room to be cooled.
  • For use with any roof or window-mounted evaporative cooler
  • Each Up-Dux vent is rated at 900 CFM of free air flow
  • Galvanized steel body installs above the ceiling, all you see in the room below is the attractive white, polystyrene grille
  • Kit includes all necessary hardware and detailed instructions for easy installation
  • Includes a slide-in winterizing panel to prevent heat loss

Product Overview

Model #: 7610
Sku #: 458279
Internet #: 100344666

To feel the full effect of evaporative cooling, the cooled air needs to pass through and out of the house. The Up-Dux Ceiling Vent exhausts this evaporative air through the attic. As a result, attic temperatures are lowered instead of cool air passing through open windows or doors. The pre-assembled Model DL-101 is ideal for homes with up to 6 in. of ceiling insulation. For optimum results, install one Up-Dux Ceiling Vent in every major room to be cooled.

  • For use with any roof or window-mounted evaporative cooler
  • Each Up-Dux vent is rated at 900 CFM of free air flow
  • Galvanized steel body installs above the ceiling, all you see in the room below is the attractive white, polystyrene grille
  • Kit includes all necessary hardware and detailed instructions for easy installation
  • Includes a slide-in winterizing panel to prevent heat loss

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
14 in
Product Height (in.)
7.25 in
Product Width (in.)
14 in

Details

Evaporative Cooler Product Type
Part/Accessory
Material
Other
Part/Accessory Type
Vent
Product Weight (lb.)
3.75 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Day Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
14 in
Product Height (in.)
7.25 in
Product Width (in.)
14 in

Details

Evaporative Cooler Product Type
Part/Accessory
Material
Other
Part/Accessory Type
Vent
Product Weight (lb.)
3.75 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Day Warranty

Questions & Answers

Can this be installed in a vaulted ceiling?

Can this be installed in a vaulted ceiling?
Asked by: Rod
All Up-Dux models are designed to be installed in flat, horizontal ceilings, no pitched ceilings. It requires gravity to close the lid. If installed at an angle, It will not close all the way, resulting in a back flow of hot attic air.
Answered by: Dialmfg
Date published: 2017-08-01

Can you attach ducting to these and run the air so it goes outside (through your attic instead of...

Can you attach ducting to these and run the air so it goes outside (through your attic instead of into the attic)?
Asked by: user7878
We installed three up-ducts to adequately move the air and to bring it up into the attic and out the ventilation.
Answered by: TDYEarth
Date published: 2017-09-14

What do you consider when you are trying to determine where to locate them in a house?

What do you consider when you are trying to determine where to locate them in a house?
Asked by: Volunteer
The Up-Dux is designed to be installed in flat, horizontal ceilings only that will open into the attic. Install them in rooms that you want better airflow. Place them out of the way of the ducted vents airflow, otherwise the cool air will be directly pushed up through the Up-Dux into the attic.
Answered by: Dialmfg
Date published: 2017-08-28

Are there any concerns about running garage swamp cooler exhaust into an attic? POSSIBLE CONCERN...

Are there any concerns about running garage swamp cooler exhaust into an attic? POSSIBLE CONCERNS: Humidity damage..... Pushing hot air through air leaks in ceiling into living area..... Furnace installed in attic causing CO push into living area.....Anything else?
Asked by: Dick
In most areas, installing an Up-Dux in a garage is not up to code, therefore, Up-Dux should not be installed in garages. Insurance companies can deny garage fire claims for such a reason.
Answered by: Dialmfg
Date published: 2017-07-05
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Customer Reviews

Up-Dux 14 in. x 7-1/4 in. Evaporative Cooler Ceiling Vent is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works incredible. I was so skeptical that it would keep our home sufficiently cool in the High D... Works incredible. I was so skeptical that it would keep our home sufficiently cool in the High Desert heat. It was the machine for the job. We have a 1400 sq ft single story home and it was sufficient.
Date published: 2017-09-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nasty install Prepare to be covered in ceiling insulation. This product is awesome, but it is overpriced. That being said it functions perfectly and makes my home safer.
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK but not perfect. I had Up-Dux installed in some of the rooms when I had a new swamp cooler installed. They get the job done very well as far as air circulation is concerned, & blowing cool air up into the attic rather than out a window should help a lot when the hot weather comes. But.. be forewarned that the spring loading of the trap doors make them open& slam shut with the slightest movement of air. Here in the desert, we have a lot of afternoon winds & the Up-Dux can be annoying at times. Of course this doesn't happen if the cooler is running. but, if it's off, they can get a little noisy.
Date published: 2013-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great Simple Upgrade I purchased 6 Up-Dux and I am very happy. No more opening windows to vent my evaporating cooler. All I have to do now is open and close doors to direct the flow and cool the rooms I want. There is a plastic cover that slides in and out of a slot in the side of the grill to shut the unit off completely in the winter. It is very quick and easy to do. Installation directions are easy to fallow and the units are quick and easy to install. All 6 in 3 hours. Pay attention to height clearances so the flapper door can open properly. I placed one a little too close to the edge of the roof and the flapper bumps into the roof when the cooler comes on. Units can be installed without going into the attic, but I did go into the attic to be sure the insulation was in the proper place to get the the most cooling efficiency. Made In USA always a PLUS.
Date published: 2012-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Underestimated Installed 3 ofthese about 6 months ago. I have a 1500 sqft house and a 2 sided window mastercool. Once i modified the cooler to blow 30°cooler air,the ducts really shined. The ducts blow air through my small crawl space ( can't even Call it an attict) and into the garage ceiling. Air vents out garage door/ window so basically the entire house/ garage gets cooled down because of the ducts. Ceiling is 10° to 15° cooler throughout the house. Yesterday it was 95°. House stayed 70° and garage stayed 76°. Ceilings were all 74° to 76° compared to 85° - 93°. I'm Going to purchase 2 more of these for the house. Possibly going in each bathroom
Date published: 2016-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best thing I've done. These work great. Keep all the windows and doors closed. I have 5 in my house now. House stays much cooler with the air venting to the atic. Helps reduce the heat there too.
Date published: 2012-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Decades of proven success My parents had these in their house for over 40 years with great success. Their house would be 73 degrees while it's in the 90s outside. I just installed 5 in my home. Installation was fine, be sure to get in the attic to avoid wiring. Now the house is 10 degrees cooler, and much safer woth windows locked.
Date published: 2016-09-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works ok The dux work ok, but, there are a few drawbacks. 1. I would go into the attic to make sure that your chosen install location is clear of obstructions. 2. I haven't heard of anyone else complaining about this problem, so I haven't come up with a fix for it yet. The problem is that when the wind blows, the spring loaded lid flaps up and down. It makes a heck of a racket, so forget about sleep. However, this is when the cooler is off. When the cooler is on, this won't be a problem due to positive pressure keeping the vent lid open. The company should make the spring pressure a bit stiffer, or a way to lock the lid down. This would especially be useful in the winter when you wouldn't want the vent to open at all. The insulator sheet that slips into the vent grill, does not provide much insulation, or noise barrier. I can say with some assurance, that had I known what I know now, I would not have bought the up-dux. It would have been much cheaper and a lot less work to just open the dang windows.
Date published: 2013-05-29
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