- 555 CFM
- Single Phase
- 4084 RPM
- Max temperature of transported air 122 °F
- Insulation class B
- Enclosure class, motor IP54
- Use for High Suction, High Airflow applications
- Equipped with EC Motor
- Speed Control Included
- LDVI™ Couplings Included
- Airtight Housing Guaranteed
- Large Electrical Box
- Zero Leakage
Active radon mitigation systems employ specialized fans to exhaust radioactive radon gas from underneath building structures via a sealed pipe system. These systems are designed to remove radon gas before it migrates into the building envelope.
As the most powerful model in Fantech’s family of Radon Mitigation fans, the Rn4EC can create 4.3” of suction while moving 20 cfm, as well as move 490 cfm when operating at only 0.5” of suction. High airflow, high suction.
Rn4EC features an electronically commutated (EC) motor. Inherently efficient and operationally stable at full and reduced speeds, the EC motor arms the radon professional with installation methods not previously practical. The integrated control system allows for “dialing in” the fan speed necessary to achieve either the required sub-slab depressurization or required system airflow rate. For demand-controlled systems, the potentiometer can be removed from the wiring terminal block to accommodate an externally-provided 0-10Vdc speed command.
The Rn 4-4EC is constructed with UL certified, UV protected polycarbonate material. The inlet and outlet pieces of the fan’s housing are vibration welded for 100% leak-proof housing construction. Totally enclosed motors are designed with extra moisture protection in various radon applications.
Performance certified by HVI; safety certified by UL.
Installations that will result in condensate forming in the outlet ducting should have a condensate bypass installed to route the condensate outside of the fan housing. Conditions that are likely to produce condensate include but are not limited to: outdoor installations in cold climates, long lengths of outlet ducting, the high moisture content in soil and thin wall or aluminum outlet ducting. Failure to install a proper condensate bypass may void any warranty claims