Soler and Palau SWF-200 Galvanized Steel w/Off-White Baked Enamel 8"/200MM Externally Mounted Centrifugal Wall Fan

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Technical Specs

Installation Guide
Specification Sheet
CFM 491
Depth 11.4375
Drive Type Direct Drive
Duct Size 8" Round
HVI Certified Yes
Heater Included No
Light Included No
Material Galvanized Steel
Mount Type Sidewall
Product Weight 15
Speeds 1
UL Listed Yes
UL Rating Damp Location
Width 8

Soler & Palau SWF 8"/200MM Externally Mounted Centrifugal Wall Fan

When indoor space is limited, the Sidewall Fan Series (SWF) has been specially designed for an easy, low profile, exterior wall installation. The Sidewall Fan Series (SWF) of direct drive centrifugal in-line ventilation fans consists of five models ranging from 4-8". All models are designed for direct connection in-line with standard diameter round ducting. Airflow performance values range from 119 CFM up to 416 CFM.

2 Questions from the Community

  • The Soler and Palau SWF-200 CFM valve range between 119-416.

    how many CFM is this model.

    A. The Soler and Palau SWF-200 CFM valve range between 119-416.

  • For night-cooling of a home or apartment, you typically want a fan system that can do about 10-20 air changes (basically, how quickly it replaces the equivalent of all the air in your home) per hour. As your apartment is 10,800 cubic feet, you need a fan that moves at least 108,000 feet per hour, or 1800 CFM. Something along the lines of the QC2250 is what is going to be required.

    I have a 1200 sq ft apatment w 9 ft ceilings. I need a whole apt fan to exhaust the air and bring in cooler air during the night. I have an exterior wall with an opening above a door leading to a deck. Will the SWF 200 have adequate capacity and do you have anything else to recommend?

    A. For night-cooling of a home or apartment, you typically want a fan system that can do about 10-20 air changes (basically, how quickly it replaces the equivalent of all the air in your home) per hour. As your apartment is 10,800 cubic feet, you need a fan that moves at least 108,000 feet per hour, or 1800 CFM. Something along the lines of the QC2250 is what is going to be required.

Product Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fairly Good This is a good product, the installation instructions were written by a monkey. Throw them away, and install using common sense. Also, to install on an exterior such as overlapped siding, there is NO suggestions from anyone, just be creative. I used some 1" foam weather stripping, then silicone around it. That worked pretty good. Overall a good product but dont expect any support or installation guidelines!
Date published: 2012-08-19

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