Yes, you can
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The fan can be installed either horizontal or vertical, it doesn't affect performance. Long duct work will reduce efficiency due to the axial type of motor the MA series is equipped with. Longer the duct work higher the pressure, which results in reduced air performance. Axial fans are not recommended to be installed with extended, longer than 15 ft, duct work. If the duct work (rigid duct only) is less than 15 ft it can be installed through ceiling or roof but so arranged that water cannot penetrate the fan.
Yes, it can be installed in a wall that is 6 1/2" thick. This product comes with a telescopic duct that will extend between 6" - 12" The telescopic duct can be also cut to the required size
I would not advise this with this particular product. It would create a distance that might lessen its efficiency. Anytime you add an angle it is like adding 10 ft of duct. So you would lose some of the units ability to do its job effectively. You could certainly do this with a bigger fan choice. Perhaps the larger in the MA Series line up.
The item operates at 41 dB.
Just to clarify the answer that says the maximum wall thickness is 4 inches. The specs say the MINIMUM wall thickness is 4 inches. I don't think I've seen any external garage wall that is 4 inches if it has any sort of exterior surface like siding or brick.
No,since you have no filter and then if outside humidity is high you dont want to have that in the garage so it will cause the rest of the house to be high on humidity,in which will be uncomfortable.
You can install a 110 volt temp thermostat in wall switch . cannot be install on a low voltage ac low voltage thermostat.
Yes, a plug in cord,it can be on ceiling if vented properly,would not advise to vent in to attic directly.