Natural Light 48 Watt Gable Solar Attic Fan
Natural Light 48 Watt Gable Solar Attic Fan
Natural Light Energy Systems has upgraded its Solar Powered Attic Fans for 2015. All models now produce 20% more wattage. Attic venting is an important aspect in maintaining a healthy energy efficient home or work place. Proper venting cools your roof extending the material life and reduces the load on your air conditioning system. Attic venting also increases fresh air circulation. Powered completely by free solar energy, this sleek and efficient vent is both compact and quiet. It was designed specifically for curb mounted applications for either commercial use or for residential homes. Fully operational right from the box, it installs easily, with no electrical wiring. And let’s not forget powerful! We offer a 25 year product warranty - best in the industry.
Natural Light Solar Attic Fan Statement of Certification
Qualifies for Federal Tax Credits (Up to 30% credit)
Features of the Natural Light 48 Watt Gable Solar Attic Fan:
The Natural Light Solar Attic Fan incorporates a high impact photovoltaic solar panel with a 25 year warranty. The L-Shaped mounting bracket also allows air to continually circulate around the solar panel keeping it cool for a consistent output.
Commercial Pure Grade Aluminum Housing
The solar attic fan housing is constructed of 1100 series, commercial pure grade aluminum with no seams to prevent leaking. Because it is exposed to the harsh effects of the environment on a daily basis, Natural Light powder-coats the unit both inside and out for extra-durability. Many of our competitors either paint only the outside or do not paint the unit at all. Also, many of our competitors use less durable materials to house their attic fans including polypropylene (plastic), sheet metal or galvanized steel.
Powerful, Quiet Direct Current Motor
The Natural Light Solar Attic Fan utilizes a German engineered direct current motor. The motor is precision balanced to achieve low motor vibration and low motor noise. Additionally, the motor sits in an isolation bracket to further ensure a smooth, quiet operation. Each motor undergoes individual motor winding testing to ensure consistent motor performance. Natural Light backs up the solar attic fan motor with a 25 year warranty. Some of our competitors use lower grade motors with much shorter warranties.
5-Wing Fan Blade
Natural Light Solar Attic Fans incorporate a five-wing, precision balanced blade for the highest cfm output. The fan blades are manufactured using a non-corrosive aluminum to withstand all weather conditions. Many of our competition offer only 3 or 4 blades and some are made of plastic.
High Velocity Hurricane Zones
For Florida and Texas installations in High Velocity Hurricane Zones, please refer to Natural Light’s Solar Attic Fan Product Evaluation installation instructions on their respective websites.
Florida Dept. of Community Affairs: FL Code 13509
Texas Dept. of Insurance: Product Evaluation RV-64
Commercial Pure Grade Aluminum Flashing
The flashing is extremely important component as it is responsible for keeping your roof from leaking. The Natural Light Solar Attic Fan flashing is constructed of 1100 series, commercial pure grade aluminum with no seams. Its round shape minimizes damage to roof shingles and enables it to withstand the stresses of expansion and contraction due to the temperature variations. Many of our competitors use lower grade galvanized materials or even plastic. Both the flashing and housing are powder-coated inside and out for extra durability. Many of our competitors either paint only the outside or do not paint the unit at all. Also, many of our competitors less durable materials such as polypropylene (plastic), sheet metal or galvanized steel for the flashing of their solar attic fans.
Solar Attic Fan Residential Unit Estimator
The charts below should be used as a general guideline for how many Solar Attic Fans are needed for residential installations based on square footage and roof pitch. Several factors can effect the amount of attic ventilation needed. Variables such as vaulted ceilings, amount of existing static venting (soffit, ridge, gable), attic shape, pitch and obstructions must all be taken into account when calculating the amount of attic venting needed.
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