358Attic Ventilator, Roof Mounted, Aluminum, 1200 CFM.

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  • Trapped attic air can easily reach 150° or more. These units remove super-heated attic air, making any home more comfortable. Whether it's air conditioned or not. In those homes that are, the air conditioners run less and don't have to work nearly as hard. And all BROAN Powered Attic Ventilators are as efficient as they are dependable.
    • 14” diameter steel blade specially designed for maximum air movement.
    • Operates automatically – adjustable thermostat built-in.
    • Thermally protected, permanently lubricated motor.
    • Heavy gauge aluminum dome
    • Mounts easily between rafters – template included for cutting roof boards and shingles
    • Mesh screen keeps out birds and insects
    • 3 7/8” high splash guard helps keep out rain
    • Heavy gauge metal flashing stands up to nailing and tarring, regardless of climate
    • Thermostat and motor accessible from outside for easy servicing, if required
    • HVI certified air delivery @ 0.03” static pressure
    • 1200 CFM for attics up to 1715 sq. ft.
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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
    CFM1200
    Dome ColorSilver
    Dome Dimensions23-1/4" Diameter
    Dome Height from Roof8"
    Dome MaterialMetal
    ENERGY STAR® QualifiedNo
    Fan Blade4 Blade Steel
    Housing Dimensions22-1/4" x 22-1/4"
    Insect/Critter ScreenYes
    Installation TypeRoof Mount
    Maximum Amperage4.3
    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
    RPM1050
    Solar Panel MakeupN/A
    Solar Panel WattsN/A
    SonesN/A
    Warranty1 Year Parts
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    will this unit accomodate a 10/12 roof pitch?

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    Norfolk, VA, USA
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    Thank you for your question on the model 358 roof mounted attic ventilator. The 358 should be able to handle the 10/12 pitch. Please contact the Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453 for roof slope restrictions.
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    15 amp breaker

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    I just installed this Gable fan in my garage and it keeps tripping my breaker. This is rated for 3.4 amps and there is only 1 light on the same line which is an LED light.

    The fan was running for several hours before it tripped the breaker. Now it trips the breaker the second it starts.

    I'm wondering if it could be a bad motor causing it to pull to much and tripping the breaker.

    Has anyone else had this issue?
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    Thank you for your question on the model 353 gable mounted attic exhaust fan. From your description it sounds like a wiring problem or defective unit. Please contact the Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453 for assistance.
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    After doing a little more research and testing it turns out the fan was pulling too much current and causing the breaker to trip. Once replaced the item works great.
    3 weeks, 3 days ago
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    Are 3D models available to the public for this Attic fan?

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    Gerin
    Iowa
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    I am trying to design a scale model of a secondary garage for a customer and would like the "true" model of this exhaust fan since I am choosing it for his build. Does a 3D model exist for this version? I downloaded the model catalog available on the website and could not find this attic fan as one of the options in there.
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    Thank you for your question on the model 356BK powered attic ventilator. All of our 2D & 3D downloads are available under the Specifier Tools link on our website. What ever we have available will be located here. Please contact Technical Support for more assistance at 800-637-1453.
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    MOTOR STUCK ON 355F

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    SEEMS LIKE BAD THERMOSTAT WOULD MAKE IT RUN CONTINUOUSLY. IS THIS EASY TO REPLACE? OR COULD IT BE SOMETHING ELSE?
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    Thank you for your question on attic fans. A bad thermostat could either keep the fan running at all times or it could keep the fan from running at all. The adjustable thermostat would be part number 97008413 and you can get it through the “Shop for Parts” link at the top of our web site page. It should be pretty easy to replace.
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    How many square feet of vent area does the 356 1600 CFM require

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    Thank you for your question on the model 356BK roof mounted attic exhaust fan. The 356BK would require a minimum of 768 square inches of open inlet area for the makeup air. Please contact the Technical Service Department at 800-637-1453 if you need further assistance.
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