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350BKAttic Ventilator, Black Dome, 1050 CFM.

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  • Roof matching domes means ventilation is less noticeable.

    Too often, attic ventilation is overlooked, not to mention ignored as a place for energy savings. That’s where Broan solutions make sense. Consider this: air trapped in your attic can easily reach 150 degrees or more. With Broan ventilation solutions, it’s still a full 60 degrees cooler in the attic on a 90 degree day. That’s why attic ventilation is critical to making any home more comfortable while lowering energy costs. Air conditioners can run less and won’t have to work as hard. Humid, stagnant air can be removed, drawing fresh dry air across the surfaces. Your attic can be drier and cooler – the perfect tools to help fight potential moisture damage.

    Each PVC dome is available in three popular performance ratings along with two metal dome models. Select one that best suits the attic size and shingle color.

    • Attic Size: Up to 1500 sq. ft.
    • Amps: 3.6
    • CFM: 1050
    • Height: 8"
    • Dome Diameter: 23-1/4"
    • Dome Material: PVC
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  • Effective attic ventilation requires air to exit at or near the peak of the roof and replacement air to be drawn in under the eaves of the house, via soffit venting. The Home Ventilating Institute (HVI) recommends that powered attic ventilators provide at least 10 air changes per hour to equalize attic temperature.

    Use our Attic Ventilation Calculator to determine the recommended ventilation needs for your attic. Click here to begin.

  • CertificationsHVI
    CFM1050
    Dome ColorBlack
    Dome Dimensions23-1/4" Diameter
    Dome Height from Roof8"
    Dome MaterialPVC
    ENERGY STAR® QualifiedNo
    Fan Blade4 Blade Steel
    Housing Dimensions22-1/4" x 22-1/4"
    Insect/Critter ScreenYes
    Installation TypeRoof Mount
    Maximum Amperage3.6
    Maximum Voltage120
    MotorShaded Pole
    Optional ControlsYes
    Power Type120 VAC
    Remote Solar Panel/Dome Height from RoofN/A
    Roof Opening - DepthN/A
    Roof Opening - HeightN/A
    Roof Opening - Width14-3/8" Diameter
    RPM1000
    Solar Panel MakeupN/A
    Solar Panel WattsN/A
    SonesN/A
    Warranty1 Year Parts
  • Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Attic fan installation Bought this attic fan and did the install myself. Instructions provided were clear. It kept my attic cooler as advertised. Internal thermostat worked as indicated. January 20, 2015
    Rated 5 out of 5 by I have had the Broan attic fan in for about 3 weeks. It does a great job. I open the attic door in the garage and the door going into the house. Also open a window or door of the house to the out side. The Broan attic fan draws air from the out side up thru the fan to the out side. Helps to keep the house cool. August 16, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by product name replaced old fan 25 + years old so far so good works as expected if it lasts 25 years I will be happy September 5, 2014
    Rated 4 out of 5 by 35316 works as designed I purchased a house where the two old gable fans no longer were operational. I found the 35316 on-line at Amazon.com and ordered two fans. My contractor installed them with light switches so I could manually turn them off without using the built-in thermostats. As it turns out, one of the fans failed to work when I turned it on. The contractor checked that there was power to the fan. I called Broan and they immediately sent me a new thermostat and motor. As it turned out, the original motor was defective - DOA, but the thermostat was OK. I unbolted the fan from the housing and disconnected the wiring and installed the replacement motor into the housing and reconnected the wiring. The customer service person was very helpful telling me that I needed about 4 square feet venting/fan for each fan to operate properly and that I should set the thermostat to about 30 degrees above the normal room temperature for each attic. This was very useful since the fan that was working was on all the time because I set the thermostat temperature too low at 80 degrees causing the fan to stay on all the time. Broan makes good stuff! My stove top exhaust fan is still in perfect condition after 50 years of service. I highly recommend Broan for the quality of their products and honoring their warranties. July 20, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by The attic fan has great features The instructions are helpful and make for an enjoyable install. I am wiring in the thermostat bypass and fan motor switches. I am looking forward to the first summer with an attic fan and expecting the house to be more comfortable. April 29, 2014
    Rated 1 out of 5 by The 35316 exhibits a horrible vibration that shakes the entire house. Great potential if only the fan was balanced at the factory. Vibration is horrible. April 23, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy to install and relatively quiet This power ventilator is rather easy to install on a cool day. A cool day is easier on the installer and on the shingles. This ventilator was installed in the early spring with the temperature setting on about 100. As a consequence, it did not operate until several months later. One evening I noted a noise on the roof and sure enough the power ventilator was operating as it should. Later in the evening it was OFF. As it is now March 2014, the unit is OFF and very quiet. March 13, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Much Improved Product This model replaced an older Broan ventilator installed around 15 years ago. This newer model is much quieter, has a better thermostat adjustment and is definitely more efficient. March 10, 2014
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    Can the 353 gable mount fan be connected to a 15 amp switch?

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    Thank you for your question on the model 353 gable mounted attic ventilation fan. The 353 will draw 3.4 Amps, so a 15 Amp switch would be fine.
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    Broan model 350 starts and stops every few seconds for several minutes when the attic temperature reaches the thermostat setting.
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    Thank you for your question on the model 353 gable mounted attic ventilation fan. It sounds like you may have the thermostat mounted in a bad place or have a defective thermostat. Please contact the Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453 for assistance.
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    Are there any answers to any of the questions that have been asked? I'm looking through the Q & A section and I see a lot of Questions but NO ANSWERS. I'm looking for an answer about the noise of the fan. Is it noisy, quiet, semi-quiet, whisper quiet...... Would love it if the companies that manufacture these fans included pertinent information such as Db levels of the fans. SO WHAT'S THE Db LEVEL OF THIS FAN, THE MODEL 35316?
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    Thank you for your question on the model 35316, powered attic ventilator. Yes, we do have answers underneath the questions on the Q&A portion of our website. The 35316 is a powered attic ventilator installed in the attic. It is not rated for decibels or sones as it is not installed in a living/occupied area of the home. For further questions, please contact our Technical Support department at 800-637-1453.
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    Can disable the thermostat and simply install a wall switch?

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    The fan chews up an enormous amount of energy when it is left running at 90 degrees - and when I'm not home I don't want it running.

    Can I disable the thermostat and simply install a switch in my garage to turn the fan on and off?

    If so ... how do I disable the thermostat?

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    Actually, we have a switch in the garage for our attic fans, BUT, it was done at building the house.
    For you, someone would have to go into your attic and add some wiring from your fan down into the garage. That could be expensive and hurt your attic insulation.
    My fan is set to it's lowest setting, making it run only when I turn on the garage switch. If I set the fan to a higher temperature, then it would only run when the switch is on AND the temperature in the attic is higher.
    Hope this helps. -Brad
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    Thank you for your question on the model 35316 gable mounted attic exhaust fan. The installation instructions are available for download from our web site. There are optional wiring instructions for switches to turn off the power to the fan and to override the power to the fan. Please contact the Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453 if you need further assistance.
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    Thank you for your question on the model 35316 gable mounted attic ventilation exhaust fan. The 35316 does not need a dedicated circuit and will only draw a total of 3.9 amps. Depending what else is on the circuit, a 15 amp circuit should be sufficient.
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