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4 in. to 6 in. Soffit Exhaust Vent

  • Ideal for use with low profile kitchen and bath fan venting
  • Features a spring-loaded damper to prevent cold air in ducts
  • Material is UV resistant and paintable
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Product Overview

The Soffit Exhaust Vent is ideal for exhausting bathroom and kitchen fans through the soffit of your home. This product includes a frost free damper system that will not freeze in cold temperatures. Its stylish flush mount design and leak proof collar to duct connection help to prevent moist air back draft.
  • Fits 4 in. 5 in. and 6 in. ducts
  • Outer grill and flap help prevent pests from entering your home
  • Made of polypropylene
  • Can be painted to match your soffit color
  • Product has an outer grill and flap preventing pests from entering your home through the duct
  • Like many of our other products, the soffit exhaust vent has a UV resistant coating to prevent the cap from discoloring and is paintable to match the soffit of your home
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Ratings
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InsulatedNoNoNoNo
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Product Diameter (in.)4.0 in434 in
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.83
Product Diameter (in.)
4.0 in
Product Height (in.)
8.25
Product Length (in.)
4.5
Product Width (in.)
8.25

Details

Color
white4
Insulated
No
Material
Plastic
Maximum air flow (CFM)
0
Returnable
180-Day

Questions & Answers

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Can this be connected to 6" dia. rigid pipe and can this be used to vent a range hood with with C...

Asked by mike February 21, 2018
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Well.... Yes and No. This is just an exhaust vent, nothing more, YOU have to determine what is OK and what is not OK to use this for. It is not listed as a a kitchen hood vent and because of the case in which a fire could take place, plastic is not your go-to in any case. That said, I am using this for a Microwave vent hood and I feel confident that this use is OK, BUT you will get greasy residue on the underside of the soffit. Since all microwaves have grease catchers and fire arresters (marginal) installed, the risk of a fire or overheated air is less than through a real range hood. For casual use with a microwave, i am comfortable with this vent, if this was a full hood, I would use a roof vent.

Can this product be used through a vented soffit area or is it only for soffits that are not vented?

Asked by rwp May 10, 2017
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this is an exhaust exit used with a fan that will blow open the spring loaded soffit vent

Will this work with a 150 cfm fan which has a 6" duct?

Asked by Color December 30, 2017
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yes

I have a 4ft run from the bathroom fan (80cfm) to the vent. After installing its restricting airflow and loud, why?

Asked by NT0919 February 1, 2017
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First thing is what brand of fan did you buy? Second is what is the scone rating. A cheap fan is loud. I prefer 2 scones and under. A four foot run should not restrict the flow at all unless you there is a 99 degree bend in the duct to to point to where you vented it out of the house. If that's the case, then turn the unit around so the exhaust point toward the exit point. If you can't rotate it, the by a 4" to 6" adapter and run 6" flex from the unit straight for about 3 ft and then begin a gradual turn toward the exit point. The exit point should be a straight shot as well. I'm just going to throw this out there, did you take the tape off the flapper inside the exhaust flange? That for sure will cause that problem

Can this be used for a dryer vent?

Asked by Maven July 19, 2018
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I would not recommend this for that application. Dryers need a freer flow of air to work properly and the back pressure created by the spring loaded damper would increase the back pressure. Plus there is a concern over the higher temps; at least over time they could have an impact. If you removed the spring and damper from this product, perhaps my recommendation would change, but there are other products that are a better fit at that point. If it was me, I would definitely not use this product for a dryer exhaust.

Can this be used for a kitchen/microwave exhaust vent?

Asked by CHoRi07 October 4, 2017
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no not to code

Can this be used for dryer vent

Asked by Rick September 25, 2018
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Been using this for about a year on my dryer. I would NOT use it on a gas dryer

I half to place thr vent about 20 feet away from fan eill this still work

Asked by Millerlight April 11, 2018
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Yes ours is installed like that and works just fine.

I have a 70 cfm bathroom fan, 18 feet of horizontal duct run using 4 inch diameter duct. Will th...

Asked by Breezy May 22, 2018
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It should. I have a similar setup but a slightly longer run and 10 more CFM and there’s been no issues having this product vent properly. The doesn’t open as far as I thought it might, but you can feel plenty of air flow. My lateral run is with insulated flexible 4” as well.

I have a 4" vent what size hole to cut in soffit No template in box when I purchased

Asked by TM November 20, 2019
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You can use the Vent inner flange as your pattern. The face flange should be larger than the hole the Vent duct is mounted in.

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Great vent when you find one that hasn't been tampered with
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It took me three trips to HD to get everything I needed to install a working vent. The first vent I purchased did not have the install screws in the box. Got the screws from another box on the second trip. Then I tested the flapper before installation. Flapper would not go down. Third trip I bought another box. Turns out someone must have tampered with the original vent and incorrectly reinstalled the flapper upside down. Test the flapper. If it doesn't depress easily when you push on it, the flapper might be incorrectly installed. Remove the 4" cover and unscrew the center screw. The center of the flapper has a grooved center where the spring inserts into. Flapper flapper flapper. Never thought I'd type that word so much.
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These work really well for me for bathroom exhaust fan vents. I have a lot of Mud dapper wasps by me so i added some screening to keep them out. Took 2 minutes to add, open, cut and close. No glue needed. The compression holds the screen
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My 2 bath fans exhaust was just vented into the attic (thru the eave) and was having problems on ...
My 2 bath fans exhaust was just vented into the attic (thru the eave) and was having problems on windy days with the bath fan damper (bath fan dampers are so cheap!) flapping, I know the best way is to vent it thru the roof but I knew where I live and all the wind I get I would have the same problem with a roof vent and its damper I decided to install this Soffit vent. I had to paint them to match my soffits and got it to match great, install was pretty simple although my 2 gripes is 1. the collar for connecting 4" duct is so short it was a pain to get the duct and the clamp on. 2. no fault of the product but putting screws into my soffits didnt really hold it very well (no fault of the Vent tho) Used a jigsaw to cut the openings in the soffit and that was fairly easy. It seems like it has a pretty good seal when its closed ..the real test will be winter when I can tell if I am still getting a cold draft like before.
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This vent was exactly as advertised. It was easy to...
This vent was exactly as advertised. It was easy to install, sturdy,and easily accomodates the 110 CFM of air from the bathroom fan.
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I used this for a four inch bathroom flex duct....
I used this for a four inch bathroom flex duct. I found it hard to keep it attached to the small area given.
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Great product. Worked perfectly.
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Looks good & easy to install if you have an...
Looks good & easy to install if you have an attic
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