Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Motion and Humidity Grille, Model SP-A110MH, 115V, 1Ph, 98-130 CFM

    Greenheck Product # SP-A110MH-QD
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    • Acoustic insulation absorbs sound ensuring quiet operation
    • ENERGY STAR rated
    • External electrical access reduces installation time
    • Industry leading low sound levels
    • Speed controllable
    • Spring loaded aluminum backdraft damper eliminates rattling
    • Motion and humidity grille included


    • AMCA por su rendimiento de aire y sonido
    • Certificación UL/cUL 507
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    Product Description

    Model SP-A110MH-QD is a motion and humidity sensing, ENERGY STAR® certified bathroom exhaust fan designed to provide the lowest sound levels for bathroom exhaust. Featuring an insulated housing, this bathroom fan quietly ventilates your space using 70% energy than a standard fan, saving on energy costs. The integral motion and humidity sensors automatically detects excess humidity or motion in your space, turning the bathroom fan on ensuring the moisture is properly vented. Motion and humidty sensing bathroom fans are ideal for residential or commerical bathrooms.

    Ultra-efficient features

    In addition to the core fan efficiency of the SP-A110, the motion and humidity sensors included with this fan create the gold standard for bathroom fan efficiency. These features provide a low-cost way to save money on energy bills and ensure the fan is only working when it needs to.

    Lowest sound levels

    Sick of loud, rattling bathroom fans? These low-CFM SP-A series bathroom exhaust fans offer the lowest sound levels in the industry. With under 0.3 sones, these fans are so quiet, you will barely know the bathroom fan is on.

    About ENERGY STAR®

    ENERGY STAR® is a market-based partnership formed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency and make it easier for consumers to identify energy-efficient products that offer savings, performance, features, and comfort.

    To earn the ENERGY STAR label, products must meet strict energyefficient standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for energy consumption, air and sound performance.

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