Hooded Wall Vent with Spring Loaded Damper, Gasket and Screen - Painted
$49.95 – $99.95
- Wide mouth hood designed for optimal airflow, perfect for kitchen range or bathroom exhaust
- Quality constructed from heavy-duty 28 gauge pre-painted galvanized steel
- Features ¼ inch removable screen and spring loaded damper with built in foam gasket
- Comes with an 8-¼” long galvanized steel tube built into the flange for wall mounted installation
- Available for duct sizes 3 inch to 10 inch diameter
- Available in black, brown, and white. mill-finish aluminum and mill-finish galvanized steel versions also available
Questions and answers of the customers
What is lead time for 10 inch brown vent?
Q What is lead time for 10 inch brown vent? answer nowAsked on September 27, 2021 9:09 amA
Current lead times can be found after placing items in your shopping cart and at checkout.
Would you recommend pre-painted or milled galvanized to paint the vent to match my siding?
Q Would you recommend pre-painted or milled galvanized to paint the vent to match my siding? answer nowAsked on June 13, 2021 7:05 pmA
The pre-painted white is typically what we would recommend, although the unfinished galvanized can also be painted over easily.
I am drying to replace two (2) 6" bathroom exhaust vents. I would like to have a vent that has a move able flap that would allow for exhaust when required and drops closed when not in use thereby preventing humidity to go back into the bathroom. Is this the proper vent or do you have a better idea?
Q Hi, I am drying to replace two (2) 6" bathroom exhaust vents. I would like to have a vent that ha...... Read more answer nowAsked on April 15, 2021 1:37 pmA
The moveable flap you are looking for is what we call a damper, and this wall vent model does have a damper that is designed to open when exhausting and fall back closed when not in use.
can a 3in wall vent damper be installed with a 3in hot water heater exhaust ?
Q can a 3in wall vent damper be installed with a 3in hot water heater exhaust ? answer nowAsked on April 12, 2021 9:35 amA
No - a wall vent is not rated for this application.
Are your thru wall hooded vents suitable for use with a stove hood?
Q Are your thru wall hooded vents suitable for use with a stove hood? answer nowAsked on April 3, 2021 4:41 pmA
I have a basement bathroom that currently has an old NUTONE 8060 vent fan to the outside cinderblock NUTONE wall vent (~2.5' away). The vent opening is 9". Perhaps this is an old standard that is no longer used? I wish to keep the fan, to keep the bath historically accurate. Do you recommend reducing, increasing, or is it an option that I don't see in the drop-down list?
Q I have a basement bathroom that currently has an old NUTONE 8060 vent fan to the outside cinderbl...... Read more answer nowAsked on April 1, 2021 10:33 amA
We would recommend asking the fans manufacturer which would be better for this application - typically, you would not want to reduce this down, as this could strain the fan. We do not currently manufacture a 9" wall vent.
How fast can you ship it without paying extra
Q How fast can you ship it without paying extra answer nowAsked on March 30, 2021 12:33 pmA
These vents will typically ship UPS or FedEx Ground, which typically takes 1-5 business days transit time after they have been manufactured and have shipped, varying by location.
is it ok to use your butterfly damper along with the spring loaded damper vent hood for a bath room fan application?
- I'm exhausting a down draft stove fan. Existing duct is 6" but not easily accessible for mating to the 8" tube off the back. Tight fit is not critical. Can I get just the box/damper/screen without the back tube or if not, can I cut it off flush?
Q I'm exhausting a down draft stove fan. Existing duct is 6" but not easily accessible for mating t...... Read more answer nowAsked on February 27, 2021 2:59 pmA
While we do not currently offer this vent without the 8-1/4" tube, this tube can be trimmed back or cut off entirely/made flush as needed without reducing the functionality of the hood, damper, and screen.
Can the spring-loaded damper on the hooded wall vent be reversed so it can be used as an air intake? If not do you have anything similar for shed ventilation (500 cubic ft shed) that will be used in combination with an AC Infinity Airlift 10 shutter exhaust fan.
Q Can the spring-loaded damper on the hooded wall vent be reversed so it can be used as an air inta...... Read more answer nowAsked on February 15, 2021 12:56 pmA
The damper in the WVEB model cannot be reversed to function as an air intake. However, our RDWVG vent may work for you as it comes with a reversible backdraft damper.
I am installing four Panasonic Whisper Green 110 cfm fans to exhaust air from my basement cigar room/man cave. Will the spring loaded damper in your 4 inch hood affect the air flow? Thanks!
- My crawl space mounted gas furnace exhausts through the brick wall via PVC pipe. Would this be appropriate if I cut the PVC flush with the wall and slipped this over the PVC? Looking for a more finished look.
Q My crawl space mounted gas furnace exhausts through the brick wall via PVC pipe. Would this be ap...... Read more answer nowAsked on November 26, 2020 8:51 amA
Typically the PVC pipe exhausting your furnace would not be capped off this way, so we would not recommend adding a wall cap to this piped exhaust application.
I have a contoured exterior wall and the Famco hooded wall vent will not sit flush on the wall. Do you sell a mounting block or is your product best suited for new construction (before the siding is installed)?
Q I have a contoured exterior wall and the Famco hooded wall vent will not sit flush on the wall. D...... Read more answer nowAsked on November 23, 2020 12:09 amA
This vent is typically installed beneath the siding, you may have to remove or trim a small section of siding to get the vent to sit flush against the wall, depending on the type of siding you have. We do not sell mounting blacks for our wall vents.
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