No, It comes with a gasketed conduit box. You should use sealtite conduit and fittings with 12 ga stranded wire. I put an all weather connection box on the outside of the house and ran the sealite to it. Home depo has 6 foot sealtite kits you can use. I have installed two of these outside the home, ventilating the footer drains, Remember to cover and seal the sump pump hole or you will not pull the vacuum you need. Also make a rain cap out of 4 in pvc using two 90 degree elbows. This will keep rain and snow out of the motor. This dropped radon down from 6 after a rain (it’s always higher if the ground is wet ). Down to less than 2. Been running 2 years now no problems.
You can find the instructions online at www.suncourt.com. Click on Centrax Radon Mitigation Kits and drill down to the instructions for the kit RDK04. You will also find complete instructions included with the kit.
You should be able to find installers in your local area. Suncourt does not have a network of installers.
The kit comes with mounting brackets. If you need something in addition to those brackets you should be able to find them at Home Depot.
Fan is rated at 77watts which equates to 1/10th horse power. The fan can move up to 200 cubic feet of air per minute (CFM). The fan is designed to be used for Radon Mitigation that is to create negative pressure under a basement concrete floor though there are other Radon Mitigation methods where this fan could be used. The fan comes with instructions as to installation as a Radon Mitigation system.
LeeS or anyone. You can put the drain pipe so it just let's condensation drip outside with no problems as long as there is room for ice build-up during winter?
Yes, you really should put in a bypass.
It's working great. I will
I could not figure that out either. Looked like $50 to me if you wanted a 3” unit. So I purchased the 4” and 2 3”-to-4” reducers (at $5 each) and pocketed the $40). As for sound - really quiet ....I actually need to walk over close to the unit to make sure it is running. Just realize you will have an extra $60-$80 in fittings and supplies to complete the job. And FYI - you need to do the bypass with the drain pipe - there is too much condensation.
Model # RDK04 has 120 volt 60 Hz .65 amps 77 watt 200 CFM 4" dia