Even difficult drafting problems such as poorly proportioned corner fireplaces, see-through fireplaces, backdrafting fireplaces, or odors from your
chimney are solved with the ENERVEX Fan (also called Exhausto Fan). ENERVEX Fans, Exhausto Fans, are appropriate for masonry, air-cooled, and solid packed flues as well as for woodstoves and
Use our Selection Guide to determine the size of the Exhausto Fan you need: RS-9, RS-12, RS-14, or
The motor of the Exhausto Fan, now called ENERVEX Fan, is completely enclosed and maintenance free with air-cooled,
prelubricated, sealed ball bearings. Each ENERVEX, Exhausto Fan, comes with a prewired junction box, a bird screen, fiber mat, mounting brackets, and a 5 Amp fan speed motor
control. With the ENERVEX (Exhausto) Fan's motor speed control, you can adjust the speed of the fan from the room where you have the fireplace. The ENERVEX Fan, previously called Exhausto
Fan, also serves as a ventilator: Turn it on when you need to refresh the air in the room, and the ENERVEX Fan will pull out stale odors and cigarette smoke.
We carry the optional Wireless, Remote Control and Remote Repeater Unit. If you wish to conceal an Exhausto Fan (Now called ENERVEX Fan) on your chimney, check which chimney pots and caps are correctly sized to cover each size of ENERVEX, Exhausto Fans.
The Exhausto Fan, know called ENERVEX Fan, is designed for minimum energy consumption, using about as much energy as a regular light bulb. The ENERVEX Fan motor has a totally
enclosed split capacitor; Class H insulated, IP54 protection class; sealed ball bearings, variable speed, and thermal overload protection.
NERVEX Fans (aka: Exhausto Fans) are UL-listed, powerful, efficient, and very quiet. Made of extremely durable cast-aluminum and stainless steel, the ENERVEX Fan comes with
a six month money-back guarantee, a two-year warranty against defects in material and workmanship, and a 10-year warranty against corrosion.
Note: Before installing, check local codes as some local codes prohibit the use of chimney fans on gas and oil furnaces. We
strongly encourage you to have the 110V wiring installed by a certified electrician. If you wish to install an ENERVEX Fan, also called Exhausto Fan, on a solid-pack chimney or an air cooled
chimney, order the appropriate adaptor, too.