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Tjernlund AireShare Room-To-Room Ventilator - Hardwired, Model# AS1


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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Tjernlund
Part Number AS1
UPC 080956954985
Color Name Red
EAN 0080956954985
UNSPSC Code 40101604

The AireShare room-to-room ventilator quietly moves heated or cooled air from one room to another... Read full product description



Product Features

  • Moves heated or cooled air from one room to another to improve comfort
  • Hardwired model
  • Requires 120V supply and wall switch or thermostat (not included)
  • Efficient blower
  • Whisper quiet low tone fan cross flow blower


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 9.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000UC7ACE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,906 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Product Description

The AireShare room-to-room ventilator quietly moves heated or cooled air from one room to another to enhance comfort and improve circulation. Pull cool air from floor level or warm air from ceiling level and distribute it high or low. Ideal for homes with wood stoves, space heaters or window air conditioners. U.S.A. Mount Type Wall, Includes 1 Blower, 1 Grille, 1 Diffuser, 1 Installation hardware pack, 1 Template sheet, 1 Instructions, Works With Homes w/wood stoves, space heaters or window air conditioners, Control Type Manual/automatic. Moves heated or cooled air from one room to another to improve comfort Hardwired model Requires 120V supply and wall switch or thermostat not included Efficient blower Whisper quiet low tone fan cross flow blower 50 quieter than any other through-wall fan Ventilates a 12ft. x 15ft. room in only 20 minutes Diffuser can be mounted in either top or bottom of wall cavity Classic style blends with any decor Easy to install in any unobstructed interior wall with studs 16in. on center

Customer Reviews

It really is very quiet.
Matt K
This produce works awesome as designed to move heated air from the room with the wood burner through the wall and up the stairs to the second floor.
M. Hinds
Although the unit had excellent fit and finish it just doesn't move enough air.
CJfalco

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By altierior on March 22, 2012
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The first thing I noticed out of the box was surprisingly high quality (heavy motor) for the price. Yes, you can hear it, but that is to be expected - a fan has a motor and moves air, both of which create noise. Don't expect it to BLAST air into the other room; it will be close to a light breeze, yet quite effective.

Like some others, I needed to move air from a very hot wood-stove heated room. Much of the rest of the house becomes cold once the thermostat is satisfied by the stove. It was pretty easy to install, just be careful to cut the holes in your walls to the exact size of the template. Also, it is easy to verify if there is a fire block/stop in your wall, but it will require making some holes: Before installation, drop a small chain or string with a weight tied to the end in a small test hole at the location where you intend to install the upper part of the system and check to see if it drops as far as a hole that you will need to make in the adjcent wall at the installation location of the lower end of the system. Before making any holes, be certain to make sure you are in the same framing bay!

To move heat, you will install the fan unit as high as possible on the the wall of the warm room. (Not too high or right against the ceiling or else it will look terrible and you run the risk of a framing obstruction - 4-6 inches from the ceiling is about right.) Conversely, you will install the exhaust vent low on the wall of the cool room. You do this for obvious reasons: heat rises, so drawing air from high in the warm room and exausting it low into the cool room gives the best results.

Overall: Highly recommended.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. Koble on March 10, 2010
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Just installed this fan and am very happy with it. Quiet, moves plenty of air and relatively easy to install. One comment is the instructions don't emphasize that both the fan and the diffuser are directional, that is, they each have an opening which must face the other. If this is not noticed, either unit's housing would block the air flow towards the other unitTjernlund AireShare Room-To-Room Ventilator - Hardwired, Model# AS1. Another thing to note is the possibility of a 'block' in the wall cavity. If one unit is mounted high and the other low, one needs to probe the cavity to make sure there is not a 2x4 block midway. The hard part of this installation is accessing and wiring power to the fan, which can involve cutting access holes in the wall and possibly installing a junction box. Not for the casual do it yourself person.
In short, a professional product and far better than the usual cheap, noisy bathroom fan.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Woodshop Man on March 8, 2012
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I'm actually using this to transfer from one floor to the floor above it in an attempt to get the nice cool air from our walk-out into the hot family room during the summer.
The unit is not inexpensive, but it is quality made and shipped in a sturdy box to protect it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matt K on August 18, 2014
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MY NEED
I have a closet I use for all my electronics. There are two servers, a DirecTV box, a receiver, a XBOX One and all of my networking equipment. In all, they give out enough heat to raise the temperature of the closet by about 30 degrees with the doors shut. We had too find a solution other than leaving the door open all the time.

INSTALLATION
Installation is very easy. The kit comes with a cutting diagram to make the proper cuts on both sides of the wall. You will need to find the studs, because the fan needs most of the space between the studs. Also, you will need to offset the supply and return sides vertically. The fan blows air into the dead space between the studs, the supply then catches this positive pressure and exits the air from the dead space through a very small plenum. It works very well.

I also installed a thermostat (see below). This was very simple. I got a thermostat that was rated for inline usage. You won't be able to use a thermostat like the one in your house, you'll need one rated for at least 110v and 15amps. Anyway, I installed this inline and the fan is working great. I just put it between the power supply and the fan.

Everything you need, other than the thermostat, came in the box. Screws, plates and mounting instructions. I would suggest getting a multitool to cut the wall, it makes installation much easier. Once installed, the entire thing looks great.

GENERAL REVIEW
So far, this is exactly what we were looking for. The fan is very quiet, barely noticeable at all. The supply plenum is very small, about 3 inches by 16 inches. In our installation, we put it just below the ceiling. You can feel the air if you put your hand beside it, but otherwise the hot air is dispersed very well.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Duncan on February 12, 2014
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This product helps solve the problem of a cooler (or hotter) room in your home, if you understand its purpose and limitations.
1. It takes air in the hotter room and moves it to a cooler adjacent room at a rate of 75 cubic feet/minute. The effect will depend upon the size of the room receiving the warmer air.
2. The output into the cooler room won't feel like the heat that comes from an air register on your heating system, which is usually about 90 degrees or more. The output air will be at the temperature of the "hotter" room, but because it is moving air, it will feel cooler than that on your skin. For this reason, you should not site the output register close to where anyone would be sitting.
3. Although the fan noise is relatively quiet (much quieter than a bathroom exhaust fan), the input grille shouldn't be placed anywhere where a continuous noise would be distracting.

In my application, I was attempting to reduce the amount of electric baseboard heat used in our sunroom addition, which does not have any heating/air conditioning registers in it. I am taking heat from an adjacent utility room, which is small, but has a regular heating/cooling register. By placing the intake of the AirShare unit high up on the wall, it captures the heat trapped near the ceiling and transfer it to the sunroom, with the output register placed close to the floor. The fan noise in the utility room is not a problem, since we don't spend much time in there. There is no noticeable noise of the air exiting in the sunroom, and the register is located away from seating areas. Over the last few cold nights (readings in the teens!), the baseboard heat has been set to "low" and doesn't appear to be running as much.
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