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Tamarack TTi-HV1600 HV1600 R-38 Whole House Fan


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  • 115 VAC 60 Hz
  • High 230 W, Low 207 W - High 1600 CFM, Low 1150 CFM
  • Attic Ventilation Requirements: 5 square feet
  • rough opening: 14 1/2" x 22 1/2"
  • Interior grille dims: 15 3/4" x 25 3/4"
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Technical Details
Part Number TTi-HV1600
Item Weight39 pounds
ColorMulticolored
StyleTamarack TTi-HV1600 HV1600 R-38 Whole House Fan
FinishMetal
MaterialMetal
Cutting Diameter24.0 inches inches
Plug Profile Embedded
Special FeaturesRemote_control
UsageTamarack TTi-HV1600 HV1600 R-38 Whole House Fan
Assembled Diameter24 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB0089XVY0A
Best Sellers Rank #424,213 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight49.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 8, 2012
  
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  • Remote_control

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Install "The Original" HV1600 Whole House Fan and enjoy the comfort and benefit of a well ventilated home while reducing your ENERGY COSTS and your CARBON FOOTpRINT! The HV1600 is an innovative design in whole house cooling. The system is engineered to efficiently reduce the indoor temperature of your home by introducing cooler outside air. - Quick and easy installation! - The only brand with R38 Insulated sealed doors - 2-Speed 1,150/1,600 CFM Radio frequency remote control - Vertical (inside attic wall) or Horizontal (inside attic floor) installation - Save energy $'s and reduce your carbon footprint - Includes interior grille, 6' power cord and a radio frequency remote control. HV1600 • Energy Efficient • Easy Installation • No Maintenance • Mechanically Sealed Doors Insulated to R38 • Horizontal or Vertical Installation • Fits 16" or 24" On Center Joists • No Joist Cutting Necessary • 3 Year Limited Warranty • Assembled in the USA • Remote Controlled • 1600 CFM • UL Listed • 6' Line Cord

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By VisionSeeker on June 29, 2013
I have installed several whole house fans. I first used a gable mount fan and built a box around it, then added on/off switch, timer, and motor controller to vary speed. That was about 25 years ago, and worked very well, even though the roof was about 2' above the fan. After kids and a move to a larger home, I installed a 30" Master Flow. We loved it! The only problems were doors had to be open, and sometimes would SLAM shut unexpectedly, causing brief heart racing each time. After several years, I moved that fan to a better location, from main hallway to a mud room. The problems with all three installations were that the large openings to the attic allowed cold/hot air to enter the house unless I closed off the opening with significant effort and insulation. The need to block off the opening made it important to disable the power so the fan could not come on while blocked. So season changes were somewhat of a pain. I certainly could have designed and built some type of doors, but time and procrastination prevailed.
I keep up on things and saw the Tamarack a few years ago, but balked at the price. It is amazing how our perceptions and priorities change over time. My wife has MS, and heat/humidity is her enemy. I have arthritis and an old golf injury. I also have replaced kid raising with young adult raising. I now find practicality and wisdom dominate my decision making processes. A new look at the Tamarack and a week of higher than normal heat made this an easy call. Luckily, I did not view Amazon reviews first, which is pretty rare for me. We have central ac in our attic, and our perimeter walls are blown in foam. Our house heats slowly, but also cools slowly if it gets hot. I opted for the R50 1600 model, at $937/free shipping from Tamarack.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sasquatch Boy on June 22, 2014
We just bought our second Tamarack HV1600. The first was purchased back in 1994 and worked flawlessly for the better part of 10 years.

Unfortunately, this year it needed to be replaced. The fans, the door motors and the wireless remote all still work at low speed, but the relay that kicks it into high speed has apparently burned out.

Apparently some folks think the HV1600 with its two 8.5-inch fans should cool their entire house down in 15 minutes. It won't.

The entire point of the HV1600 is two-fold: ease of installation, and ease of use.

The weather where we live is not hot enough in the summer to justify air conditioning, but it still leaves us with some uncomfortable nights, especially living in a rambler where you can't get good airflow through an upstairs window. Plus, one of our family members suffers from a severe case of dry eye making AC undesirable.

When I first started researching Whole House Fans I went to the local big box hardware store. They showed me two fairly gigantic fans, one 24" in diameter, the other 30". The conversation went something like this:

Me: This fan is 30" in diameter. My rafters are 16" on center. How does that work?
Hardware Store Guy: Yeah, you have to cut into them and frame out a box for this thing to sit in.
Me: Then I've got a three foot hole in my ceiling?
HSG: 30 inches, yeah.
Me: So when the wind picks up and blows through my gable vents, the attic air, dust and debris will blow down the hole?
HSG: Uh, I guess so.
Me: What about after the weather gets cold?
HSG: Most people build a plywood box to cover the fan in the winter.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Patrick C. Burpee on June 13, 2014
I don't typically provide on-line reviews for products I purchase. However, I am extremely happy with the HV 1600. We live in Seattle, and purchased the HV 1600 last summer. When I purchased the HV 1600, I hoped that it would cool the house down in June-August when the late afternoon sun is hitting the west side of our Craftsman home. When the unit arrived, the batteries for the remote control were dead. When I spoke with Tamarack, they quickly sent out new batteries free of charge. The install (central hallway location) was fairly easy. I created a six inch high box for the fan to sit on (on top of the joists) for sound reduction. The HV 1600 has a high and low setting. We generally use the low setting to cool our 2400 sq. ft. home. It can lower the temp in our home by 6 degrees in 40 minutes. My wife was skeptical about this purchase before we purchased it. Now, she loves it. We are excited about using it this summer! If you don't mind spending more for this product than some other brands out there, I think you will be happy with it.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Hafharhrhr Amalmahay on June 5, 2014
Well I have owned an HV1000 for about 10 years, it is the same as this but a bit less airflow. I am going to replace mine even though it still works just fine. We just can't take the noise anymore. It just roars, all night long. It has taken me this long to replace it because, well, I spent a lot of money on it and I'm a man and don't like to admit when I made a mistake.

I made a mistake.

If you have endured a significant loss of hearing ability, then you may not mind it that much. Still, there are much quieter fans on the market yet they move more air and cost a bit less too. I think I will go that way next time.
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