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QTR080Very Quiet Bathroom Fan, White Grille, 80 CFM.
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  • DISCONTINUED Replaced by Model AE80

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    Broan QT Series ventilation products offer the rare combination of power and extremely quiet operation.

    • Nearly silent operation: 80 CFM - 1.0 Sones
    • Polymeric grille, designed after extensive research with designers and consumers
    • Recommended for baths up to 75 sq. ft.
    • 4" ducting; fits 2 x 8 construction
    • Motor engineered for continuous operation
    • Grille Dimension: 13" x 14". Housing Dimension: 10-1/2" x 11-3/8" x 7-5/8"
    • UL Listed for use over tub/shower with GFCI circuit
    • Hanger bars for Easy, Fast and Universal installation in all types of construction
    • Project packs available by ordering QTR080F Finish Kit (single pack) and QTXR000HF Housing (four-pack)
    • Can be used to comply with ASHRAE 62.2 and CALGreen
  • Video Links

    QT Series Ventilation Fans

    How Do I Prevent Mold Growth In Bathrooms? - Danny Lipford

    Cleaning a Bath Exhaust Fan - Danny Lipford

    Proper Ventilation Equals A Healthy Home - Danny Lipford

    How To Ventilate The Whole House - Danny Lipford

    Selecting Proper Ventilation Fan Size is Easy - Danny Lipford

    Article Links

    Evacuate the Bathroom

    Breathe Easy – What you need to know to ensure proper home ventilation

  • Whole House Mechanical Ventilation (WHMV) Specifier

    Code compliant solutions for one and two family dwellings and townhouses up to three stories
     

    To better serve you in determining your customers’ whole house mechanical ventilation (otherwise known as continuous ventilation) needs, Broan-NuTone has developed this on-line tool.  With our CodeKey Specifier you can be confident that the products you choose will meet the latest codes and regulations.  Use this tool to make your specification job easier.


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  • Bathrooms up to (X) Square Feet75
    Ceiling InstallationYes
    CFM @ 0.10"80
    CFM @ 0.125"N/A
    CFM @ 0.25"66
    ColorWhite
    CSANo
    cUL ListedNo
    Duct DirectionHorizontal
    Duct Size4"
    ENERGY STAR® certified productNo
    Globe ColorN/A
    Grille FinishWhite Polymeric
    Grille Length13"
    Grille Width14"
    Heater wattageN/A
    Housing Dimension LxWxH10-1/2" x 11-3/8" x 7-5/8"
    Housing Height7-5/8"
    Housing Length10-1/2"
    Housing Width11-3/8"
    Humidity SensingNo
    HVI CertifiedYes
    Light Bulb Quantity0
    Light Bulb WattageN/A
    Light Bulb(s) IncludedNo
    Lighting TypeNo Light
    MaterialPolymeric
    Minimum construction space required2x8
    Motor engineered for continuous operationYes
    NightlightNo
    Product Weight12.4 lbs
    Project PackNo
    Rated Amps0.7
    Rated Sones - VerticalN/A
    Rated Watts56.6
    Sones1.0
    UL Listed for use over bathtubs or showers when connected to a GFCI circuitYes
    Wall InstallationNo
    Warranty3 Years
    Watts @ 0.1"56.6
    Watts @ 0.25"57.8
  • QTR080 is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 38.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So Quiet couldn't hear it & CFM 140 No Fog on Mirror So Quiet couldn't hear it & CFM 140 No Fog on Mirror. Little pricey, $135.00 and installed in 2 hours in attic. Looking to buy 2 more if I can get question answered about installing basement bathrooms with finished drywall and i-joist installation instructions.
    Date published: 2015-02-26
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Loud Not a quiet fan. Just as loud as a fan not advertised as a quiet fan.
    Date published: 2015-02-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bath Fan Works great and so quiet. Love It! Would buy another one.
    Date published: 2015-02-07
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Works great in the summer, but too much cold air comes in the winter Wanting a good exhaust fan, this was purchased and installed in May. Now that it is winter in Ohio, the grate had removed and the opening is covered in wide packing tape to prevent the cold air from coming in. We removed the piece inside with the damper, which neither closes tightly or remains cold. We took it back the hardware store to see if it was defective - they said no that was the design of the damper. Even when closed, there is an area all the way around on the inside where you can see daylight - it is not sealed with foam like kitchen exhaust fans are. At one point there was an icicle hanging from the grate before we removed it and sealed it. I wish I would never have changed the fan.
    Date published: 2015-02-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very quiet and does a great job. Very quiet and powerful. Would buy the same thing again.
    Date published: 2015-02-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding product Due to constant moisture in my master bathroom, I switched out the builder-installed ventilation fan for a Broan. It has made such a difference that I have had one placed in my other two bathrooms as well. The fan is quiet, efficient, and has definitly proven worth the money. I can highly recommend the Broan QTR140…it has made a difference in my home.
    Date published: 2015-02-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Moves large volume of air Average to install with all parts included. Moves large volume of air. Good quality and expect many years service.
    Date published: 2014-05-07
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fair Had somebody install it. Takes more than an hour to dry the bathroom.
    Date published: 2014-03-16
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  • Any issues using 4" ducting fan with 3" existing duct pipe

    Our powder rooms' fan is 16 years old and loud (its the 696ND - says its 2.5 sones but it seems much louder!). I'd like to replace it with a modern quiet fan. The existing ducting is 3", and would be difficult to change as the room is in the middle of the house. Most of the new quiet fans (< 1.5 sones) have 4" venting. Is there any issue using a duct reducer (4" to 3") with these fans? FYI, It a small powder room (< 50 sq ft).
    Asked by: Anonymous
    What happens is your static pressure will increase (friction in the pipe) causing your 80 CFM fan to run at about 75 to 78CFM. All depends on the length of 3" pipe. The smaller pipe also increases the speed on how fast the air will travel down the pipe. Being a 80 CFM unit, shouldn't be a problem, but anything larger I would suggest going to a 4" to keep the noise down.
    Answered by: klarcher
    Date published: 2013-10-23

    how do i remove grille ?

    i tried pulling grille down. but it would not come lose. afraid if I used more force something might break. fan is 1 year old. please advise. steve........
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Just pull down from the ceiling. The spring action is very strong and adheres well, don't be concerned about damaging anything the unit is very strong.
    Answered by: Sigh
    Date published: 2014-05-17

    is it necessary to attach ductwork? using fan as a replacement in a bathroom.

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Thank you for your question on the model QTR080 exhaust fan. We recommend that all exhaust fans be vented completely out of the house. Exhaust fans that are not ducted completely out of the house can cause mold and mildew.
    Answered by: BroanCustomerService
    Date published: 2016-01-04

    the unit seems to be running but is not pulling out any air...

    unit runs very quietly and will not pull any air from the room. you can see the unit spinning......but no air pull.
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Thank you for your question on the model QTR080 exhaust fan. If the fan is turning but not removing air, check to make sure the back draft damper is opening when the fan is turned on. Next you would need to check the duct work for obstructions. Please contact the Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453 if you need further assistance.
    Answered by: BroanCustomerService
    Date published: 2016-11-14

    What is the longest acceptable vent pipe length for the QTR080?

    Do bends in the exhaust pipe impact the vent's capability to move exhaust air?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Thank you for your question on the model QTR080 exhaust fan. Using four inch rigid duct work, the QTR080 will handle up to 23 feet of straight duct work. You would need to reduce that distance by four feet for every elbow.
    Answered by: BroanCustomerService
    Date published: 2014-12-05
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