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Model #TW108

ThruWall 7-5/8 in. Transfer Fan

  • Balance temperature in adjoining rooms quietly and efficiently
  • For use with PTAC units, fireplaces, window AC units and more
  • Easy to install in any frame wall (3-3/4 in. - 6-1/2 in. thick)
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Price:
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Product Overview

Circulate warm or cool air from 1 room to another using this Thru Wall Room to Room Fan 7-5/8 in. Transfer Fan. This fan's telescoping housing accommodates wall depths of 3-3/4 in. - 6-1/2 in. Equipped with 2-speed options, this fan allows you to adjust the air transferring power to quickly change or maintain temperatures in adjoining rooms. The fan's grille can be painted to match your interior style.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6.5
Product Height (in.)
7.625
Product Width (in.)
7.625

Details

Brand/Model Compatibility
ThruWall Fan
HVAC application
All HVAC types
Product Weight (lb.)
5
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited

Questions & Answers

49Questions45Answers

Can this be installed vertically through a ceiling to pull warm air from the the top of a room wi...

Asked by VanDelay November 14, 2020
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Yes it can be. The 10ft cord will aleviate the issue of reaching an outlet if one is up the wall a ways in the upstairs room

Can the air flow be reversed? I need the plug side on the the side of the wall with the outlet, ...

Asked by LJ October 29, 2020
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Yes, that's what I did. It did take some modification the metal vent The outside edge) needs to be cut a little to make room for the cord. Not a big deal if you are handy.

How many square feet can this fan heat using a wood stove in an adjoin room?

Asked by Shannon September 21, 2020
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Up to 200 square feet.

can you add a switch

Asked by ME September 8, 2020
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Sorry you cannot add a switch. Any modification to the fan would also void the warranty.

Is the fan reversible? I’d like to circulate cold air from a room with ac, and hot from a room with wood burning stove.

Asked by Cheanie July 15, 2020
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The fan motor turns the blades only one way. But you can position the fan upon installation to move air in your preferred direction. If you wanted to change directions on-the-fly, you would have to install the fan so that you could physically pull it out of the wall and turn it the other way 'round, or you could install two of these fans - one for each direction!

wanting to run threw living room ceiling to bathroom ceiling will that work with this

Asked by spike April 16, 2020
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I think it would work just fine for that. I had a sleeping loft built in my den and I put one of these in there so it was well ventilated for the guest sleeping there (or my daughter,who loves it!)

Can this fan also be used mounted vertically to move air from 1st floor to 2nd floor?

Asked by Harryhomeowner December 5, 2019
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The delivery was shorter than expected and had it installed within 1 hours works great

Noise level of this fan

Asked by Bradwarb November 6, 2019
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Low noise level. Not super quiet but very quiet.

What is the diameter of the center duct?

Asked by Denny October 11, 2019
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7.625"

Can you see through the fan from one room to the next?

Asked by Kevin August 10, 2019
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yes you can see through the fan, not a good view since you are looking through the blades

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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  • 94% recommend this product
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The fan is quiet on low. I tried to buy just the motor to fix an old thru the wall fan and found ...
The fan is quiet on low. I tried to buy just the motor to fix an old thru the wall fan and found this unit at less cost than replacing a motor. The grill mounting holes do not have enough margin between the fan cut out hole. The drywall plaster cracks along the edge when making the fan cut out and the anchor bolts for the grill mounts are loose being set in the cracked plaster. Time will tell if the mounting will vibrate loose.
by Super
1 person found this helpful
Very easy to install, fantastic product
Very easy to install, fantastic product
by Stanley
easy install & works like a charm! Very quiet...
easy install & works like a charm! Very quiet...
by HOMEDEPOTFAN
Great product. We have a great soapstone wood stove, fan is moving well warm air to the other roo...
Great product. We have a great soapstone wood stove, fan is moving well warm air to the other rooms in our average size house. Install is easy unless you have a lot of framing above your doors. Additional work will be required if you prefer to install an outlet close by the fan. Fan has two speeds of operation and level of noise is acceptable.
by Trans1
This is easy to install and it works wonderfully. There has been some questions as to the noise ...
This is easy to install and it works wonderfully. There has been some questions as to the noise level. My suggestion is to download a free app on to your phone and see how loud 52 to 55 decibels are (low setting). I did this before buying and then checked it before installing and at about 1 foot away from the fan, it came in at that number. It really is not that loud at all and, like any sound, it drops off the further away you get from it. I put the fan in an office we created in an older building and this is a lot less expensive than the option of moving duct work and a lot less intrusive also. It worked so well, I purchased another one for a different building I have that has a similar issue.
by Keith
1 person found this helpful
I've had 2 of these running most of the winter for 8 years now. One failed completely but the oth...
I've had 2 of these running most of the winter for 8 years now. One failed completely but the other one is running strong but is making more noise now than it did when new. It may fail soon as well. I bought this one to replace the one that recently failed and it runs very good and very quiet right now. Not sure of the longevity of this product, but if it lasts another 8 years, it's probably worth the price. Easy to install and easy to operate.
by WallFan
1 person found this helpful
The fans were easy to install and simple instructions to follow. The fans were installed to push ...
The fans were easy to install and simple instructions to follow. The fans were installed to push heat from my wood stove. the fans are very quite. i installed 2 of these fans in my living room. i have one fan facing my hallway which has stairs to a second level. the other fan is facing my master bedroom. Both areas would be much colder than my living room. with both fans now installed, there is a huge difference. i couldnt sleep in my room due to the cold. now with just this one fan, my room (12×12), is just a few degrees cooler than my living room. if my living room is 72. my room is 67-68. we also have a celing fan at the top of the stairs in my halway. with the fan facing the hallway on and the celing fan....the upstairs is much warmer....i have already recommended these fans to family and friends.....and i will keep doing so for a very long time.
by LivingArea
1 person found this helpful
My house is getting old. When built, a 36" refrigerator was common. Now they seem to get bigger...
My house is getting old. When built, a 36" refrigerator was common. Now they seem to get bigger and taller. My new one fit so tight in the old spot that it is like a built in. In order to provide circulation and cooling I placed the ThruWall fan behind the refrigerator to exhaust into my entry way which could use some heat. Works great. I got it because it is two speed and can be turned off when not needed. Access to the fan is near the floor in the entry way and it usually is on low speed. The refrigerator is much happier. Easy to install. I did find and unexpected wire in the chosen location, but was able to route it around fan.
by MegaMan
The dimensions listed on Home Depots website are inadequate, and because of this, I ended up tear...
The dimensions listed on Home Depots website are inadequate, and because of this, I ended up tearing out 4 sq ft of plaster, and will need to move a stud (see pic). Home Depots website list 'Product Height (in.) 7.625'. I assume it was a 6" duct and roughly 1.5 frame. So, I probed my wall, and found a spot it would fit perfectly! Turns out, the 7.625" is the duct. The frame 9.75" on the entrance side, and nearly 10" on the exit side (motor side). The blade is 6.75". Nice fan ... but when ordering something online, the dimensions need to be stated and clear. I would return it, but the other thru-wall fans have lower CFM's, and my wall is already destroyed.
by thedogscar
Response from Suncourt Product ExpertSep 11, 2017
Hello,
I do apologize for the confusion regarding the diameter of the actual pipe that goes through the wall. I'll add a bullet point that better describes the diameter of the fan grills and telescoping housing.
Thanks,
Suncourt Suncourt
1 person found this helpful
The fan went in perfectly. Had the job done in one day. Has been running ever since.
The fan went in perfectly. Had the job done in one day. Has been running ever since.
by Dave
1 person found this helpful
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