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3361200 CFM External Blower, for use with Select Broan Range Hoods

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  • Our exterior blowers offer you powerful ventilation performance at its very quietest, and something you won’t find anywhere else – Broan quality. Reduce kitchen noise by locating range hood blowers outdoors and a more comfortable environment indoors.

    • Designed for use with professional style Broan Elite E60E and E64E series, EX Series chimney hoods, RMPE Power Pack and RMIP inserts (RMIP requires 332KR rough-in kit)
    • Ideal for custom applications when used with 72W (white) or 72V (ivory) (6 amp variable speed) for control of the exterior blower from a remote wall location
    • Residential design fits unobtrusively on home exterior. Durable, weather-resistant, all-aluminum construction that mounts on the roof or outside wall
    • Safety screen keeps small animals and debris away from blower and motor
    • HVI Certified for your confidence
  • CFM (Airflow)1200
    TypeExternal Blower
  • 336 is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Much quieter than hood with fan Replaced a Broan hood vent with fan which was so noisy that you couldn't talk in the kitchen with it running. This is much quieter but even on the quietest setting it has enough air flow to easily remove the fumes. This did not have a large skirt for use with a tile roof, so I had to improvise and make a larger one to fit under and along side the tiles using roofing tape and sheet aluminum. It eventually worked out after much effort and has survived its first rain without a problem Would give it a higher rating if it had been made with the larger skirt needed for tile roofing.
    Date published: 2012-05-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Solution To Odor Problem This is the first time I have ever reviewed a product on line, but the Broan 336 1500 CFM Exterior Blower has worked out so well I feel I should do so as a public service. My wife and I cook Indian with some regularity. Our pop-up, downdraft island vent fan is completely useless at keeping up with the powerful odors. The entire house smells like the kitchen of an Indian restaurant literally for most of a week later. My wife, who grew up in an Indian family and whose mother cooked traditionally, doesn’t mind. I, who grew up a rural Methodist and whose mother couldn’t have distinguished between a curry and a sari, do mind. The design problem was a very large skylight over the island cook top whose presence precluded any form of normal range hood. Working with a local remodeling firm (Wilderness Construction, Ann Arbor, MI), they agreed to install the fan, create a standard sort of HVAC ducting arrangement from the fan down to the wall of the skylight, and do a transition from the round ducts to the square grill which serves as the pseudo “vent hood” in the side of the skylight. They insulated the ductwork from the freezing temperatures in the attic space; coupled with the back draft prevention in the fan itself, we get no cold air back into the kitchen. I really wasn’t sure whether this system would work, but after making a very fine curry last night, there is no residual odor for the breakfast o.j. At low speeds, you can’t hear the fan at all (unlike the downdraft fan, which sounds like an SST taking off), and at a little above medium, which was enough to vent the cooking, it was a quiet background hiss. Not objectionable at all. Despite its impressive size, when installed on the roof and painted, it looks very little different from the cluster of attic vents that are common on newish homes. Assuming it proves to be durable (no reason to think otherwise), this fan will be a surprisingly effective solution to an otherwise intractable kitchen problem. P.S. The sales guy for VentingDirect was knowledgeable and happy to help me think through how to accomplish this quite customized arrangement.
    Date published: 2011-01-09
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    can you supply me with a part number for just the housing, the old one was damaged in a storm and also the part no.for the motor just in case . Thanks
    Asked by: Steve
    Thank you for your question on the model 336 externally mounted exhaust fan. The top cover of the 336 is part number 98009538 and the blower assembly (motor and blower wheel) is part number 97017160. You can get these parts through the Customer Service Department at 888-336-3948. They can also be ordered by clicking on the Shop for Parts link on our website.
    Answered by: NuToneCustomerService
    Date published: 2015-06-11

    How many speeds does this unit have?

    Asked by: Steve
    Thank you for your question on the model 336 externally mounted exhaust fan. The 336 is designed to be used with a solid state speed control so you can vary the speeds and CFM from 1500 CFM down to approximately 750 CFM.
    Answered by: NuToneCustomerService
    Date published: 2015-06-04

    what is switch part no.

    is there a switch that is not solid state ?
    Asked by: Steve
    Thank you for your question on the model 336 externally mounted exhaust fan. If you are going to use a speed control with the 336, it has to be a solid state speed control. You cannot use any other type of speed control with this unit.
    Answered by: NuToneCustomerService
    Date published: 2015-06-08
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