No.This is for 120 volts only.
Would not do this! Dangerous!
Overall a good product, runs quite and was easy to install
No you will need to install it as a proper radon installation, which requires PVC pipe and drilling a hole in your basement floor to get to the ground underneath your house unless you have a sump pit, which you can use instead of drilling a hole. Instructions are included for both. You can also find many examples of radon installations by searching the internet if you would like to gather additional information before you start.
Hello, The wiring for the Radon Mitigation Fan is standard 120 volt 3-wire White, Green and Black. Since the fan runs 24/7 we recommend hardwiring the fan into an electrical box. Remember if the fan is unplugged there is no protection from the Radon gas. Thanks, Suncourt
The fan is 200 CFM and would easily handle a basement of this size.
This product has to be hardwired and does not have a plug-in cord.
Hello, The radon fan should always be mounted in the vertical position. This should be done to prevent moisture from pooling inside the fan. If the fan is mounted horizontally, moisture would pool in the low spot created by the housings shape. Eventually you could end up with a significant amount of water in the fan. Mount the fan vertically with a condensate bypass to prevent water intrusion into the electrical motor. Thanks, Suncourt
I assume by pump you mean fan. The standard radon fan is a 4" fan. If the fan is not lowering your radon enough you may need to install a second tap, which means making another hole to pull from and running PVC from this hole into your main PVC pipe.
Radon enters the house from the ground. Once it enters the house the air circulation will spread it throughout the interior of the living space. Installing a Radon Mitigation Kit will draw the radon out from under the home and exhaust it safely back outside. Venting the basement through an outside wall may cause negative pressure, which can allow flu gasses, etc. to be sucked back into the home instead of going out their vents. It also makes it possible to pull the radon right back in through windows. Refer to the EPA Radon guidelines for more information.