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This fan in in LIKE NEW condition and has been tested and proven to be in full working order. Manufacture date March/2020 -- Includes full 5 year warranty --
XP/XR series fans are primarily used with high flow situations. This includes drain tile, gravel or where settling has occurred beneath the floor.
These fans are slightly less powerful than the RP series fans, but can be snugged up closer to a wall since they are all 8.5" inches in diameter.
Note: Utility cords need to be purchased separately. The XP151 has 4" openings thus requiring either 4"x4" or 3"x4" rubber couplings for mounting. When in doubt 4" pipe is recommended for the XP151. Varmint guards are a must to protect your fans warranty.
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Radon Mitigation Tech
Radon is a radioactive gas and the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. You can't see it or smell it, but it's in your home right now!
Healthy Air Solutions provides the materials you need to test your home for radon and to install a radon mitigation system.
For more information on radon and how to design a radon mitigation system see our content site at www.indoor-air-health-advisor.com/radon-mitigation.html