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Lint Trap for Dryer Booster Systems using 4" Ducts
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Continental Fan Company was established in 1986 to manufacture and distribute quality ventilation equipment. Their objectives then were simple… to provide superior products, dependable service, and competitive pricing. They remain unchanged today.
- Lint Trap for Dryer
- 4" Duct Opening
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Our SKU: LT100
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11 Questions from the Community
Is this can be installed vertically or horizontally?
what are the dimensions of LT100 lint trap?
Is the lint trap only for when there is a dryer booster in place? I am looking to just install an external lint trap to catch extra lint. There is also a long length of ducting to the outside. Is this safe to install? thanks!
I want to install a dryer in 1 of my apartments and the exterior wall is 20 feet away . can I use this sytem with a booster fan ?
A. The Continental Fan Manufacturing LT100 should work fine in the manner in which you are describing. Make sure to check local building codes for a dryer vent run that long, as it may have special requirements. Thank you for choosing FaucetDirect.com. We appreciate your business.
I have a slab vent underground that gets water init every few months. Does this lint trap help prevent the condensation that causes this water build up?
Can you duct the discharge side of the Continental Fan to a typical bathroom exhaust system?
Can you provide an Installation Operation & Maintenance Manual for the Continental Fan LT100?
I'm installing a new duct line for a dryer. It will be aluminum duct. Is this material compatible with the material used for this trap?
My dryer has a lint trap. Why would I need this additional trap? Where would this trap be installed, before or after the booster fan?
I have approximately 13 feet of ducting running from the back of my electric dryer and thru a wall into an open parking structure. My plan is to attach an LT100 to the 4 inch ducting where it comes thru the laundry room wall into the carport. Will this work properly if standalone without a booster fan?
Does the LT100 lint trap require electrical power?