|Item Weight||11.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.6 x 11.4 x 10.5 inches|
|Item model number||QTR110L|
|Assembled Height||10.5 inches|
|Assembled Length||7.63 inches|
|Assembled Width||11.38 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Fixture Features||Energy Star RatedWith Light|
|Certification||energy_star, certified frustration-free|
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Broan QTR110L Ultra Silent Bath Fan, 110 CFM, White Grille
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- Removal of existing bathroom fan
- Installation of 1 new customer-supplied fan
- Connecting to existing ducting
- Wiring and unit test
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- 4-Inch Ducting Size
- 110 CFM and nearly silent operation 1.5 Sones
- 4-Inch ducting
- Motor engineered for continuous operation
- UL Listed for use over tub/shower with GFCI circuit
- Bright 100-Watt incandescent and lighting 4-Watt nightlight - bulbs sold separately
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From the Manufacturer
Broan offers the widest variety of ventilation fans in the industry. For the latest high-performance, ENERGY STAR qualified solution to today’s green building requirements, or ultra-quiet operation for a comfortable environment, Broan offers stylish options to fit any situation from a retrofit to a new build out. As the leader in residential ventilation, they will confidently meet your needs.
Broan QTR110L Quiet Bath Fan, Fan/ Light/Night Light, 110-CFM
Energy Efficient Solutions in Traditional Designs.
Broan QT Series ventilation products offer the rare combination of power and extremely quiet operation.
A bath fan needn’t call attention to itself, it should not overpower the design of a bath or powder room. More important, it shouldn’t call attention to itself on an electric bill. With energy efficiency for the high-traffic bathroom, the QTR110L simply does its job quietly, in every sense of the word.
The Broan QTR110L 110-CFM Quiet Bath Fan features nearly silent operation: 1.5 Sones. Its polymeric grille was designed after extensive research with designers and consumers. The motor has been engineered for continuous operation. Recommended for bathrooms up to 100-square-feet.
The Broan QTR110L Bath Fan is HVI certified and UL Listed for use over bath tubs and showers with a GFCI circuit.
Requires one 100-watt incandescent light bulb. Nightlight requires one 4-watt bulb. Light bulbs sold separately.
- Rated Amps: 1.8.
- Grille Dimensions: 12-3/8-inch length, 14-inch width.
- Housing Dimensions: 10-1/2-inch length, 11-3/8-inch width, 7-5/8-inch height.
- 4-Inch ducting.
- Min. construction space required: 2-inch x 8-inch.
Top Customer Reviews
**Extra information - when I first installed the fan it was making a lot of noise and I didn't understand why. I had a bug screen on the outside exhaust that was dirty and was restricting the air flow, once I cleaned it, the noise went away.
The Broan QTR110L's looks are great... flush with the ceiling, trim, and sleek.
As others have reported, the fan's noise, even though rated at 1.5 sones, is quite apparent-- much louder than a Harbor Breeze unit we had that was rated at 2.5 sones! It's also much louder than any demo display fans at the big hardware stores that are rated 1.5 (the stores' cavernous, noisy backgrounds no doubt contribute to making the fans sound quieter than they really are.) One has to keep in mind that people's hearing ability varies dramatically-- and does their sensitivity. But I have no doubt that a Db meter measuring this would find it pretty loud.
This Broan also has a whining noise that we're trying to track down the cause of (I can even be in a different part of the house and hear it). It's definitely not the installation; could be something in the bearing or ducting.
AIR DRAWING CAPABILITY--ACCEPTABLE
OTOH, unlike the Harbor Breeze, this passes the Kleenex text (well, sort of), in that it can grab a tissue and keep it next to the grill (if you position the tissue just right). On the HB, no matter how hard you try, gravity takes over and the Kleenex floats to the ground. (Chuckled over another reviewer's crack about a Harbor Breeze fan-- that it really was a *light* not a light/fan! We found the same thing. Also, those bulging decorative "fan"/light combos also may look fine in bathrooms with cathedral ceilings, but they look out of place in "regular" people's homes!Read more ›
I purchased this for approx. $122 via Amazon which, to me, was a FANTASTIC deal! At one of the big-box home improvement stores, I would have had to special-order this item, and they wanted $220 for it! This item is definitely NOT worth $220!
Thank you Amazon! Keep up the GREAT work!!!
I reassembled the duct work, leaving the damper out (the roof vent has a good one already). The volume increased markedly and the sound level is down. Still not a hurricane, nor nowhere as quiet as advertised. But much improved. (The only way this thing will EVER deliver 110 cfm and low sound level is with a large duct.)
Still not 100% satisfied, but will settle. Broan needs to revisit the design.
At first glance, it is nicely designed and well-made, but for me the trouble started on installation.
First, I cut the hole in the ceiling and mounted the unit. Then I wired it to the existing wiring and tried it out. It was very quiet and moved a lot of air.
Then I attached the "snap-on" exhaust fitting. It is plastic and did not fit well, because the square end that mates with the ears on the blower housing was distorted. This caused two problems. First, forcing the exhaust fitting over the housing ears distorted the fitting so that the damper stopped pivoting. I managed to fix that so the damper rotated freely.
Then, the fitting refused snap into place over the blower mounting ears like it was supposed to, so it fell off if you breathed on it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
highest cfm output fan/light that i could find that uses a 4" outlet duct. so far so good. not super silent but not obtrusive either. Read morePublished 3 months ago by pl_gristle
This fan is very quiet, and moves the air nicely. It is difficult to find a fan that will take an incandescent bulb (rather than compact fluorescent ) , so I was pleased to find... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Practical Gourmet
Average quality. It works ok but it is made using cheap materialsPublished 6 months ago by Irina Stefanescu
I have been using this for about a month now and it sucks (that is good). The bad part about this fan is the noise. Not only is it not ultra silent it is not even silent. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Robert W Grubbs
Finally got around to installing it. Works well to remove steam in bathroom quickly. I installed it to replace a worn out fan in bathroom. Read morePublished 10 months ago by BL
Very nice bath fan. Much quieter than the old one that this replaced. Biggest challenge was finding a 3 switch combo.Published 12 months ago by Linda M Moeltner
As described. Installed easily and runs quietly. Happy with this item!Published 15 months ago by Avid Westfield Reader