RadonAway

RadonAway GP Radon Fans

All RadonAway fans are specifically designed for radon mitigation. GP Series Fans offer a wide range of performance options that make them ideal for most sub-slab radon mitigation systems.

Features:
• Quiet operation
• Water-hardened motor
• Seams sealed under negative pressure  
• Mounts on duct pipe or with integral flange
• 3” diameter ducts for use with 3" or 4" pipe
• Electrical box for hard wire or plug in
• ETL Listed - for indoor or outdoor use
• Five-year limited warranty

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model description usually ships 1-4 units 5+ units QTY
GP301 3" RadonAway radon fan. 92 cfm at 1" SP. 2.6" max pressure. 1 Day. In-stock $192.00 $177.00
GP401 3" RadonAway radon fan. 93 cfm at 1" SP. 3.4" max pressure. 1 Day. In-stock $249.00 $213.00
GP501 3" RadonAway radon fan. 95 cfm at 1" SP. 4.2" max pressure. 1 Day. In-stock $249.00 $236.00
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#1 Q:   Is this unit rated to be installed outside under an eave but could get rained on with a side wind?
A:   Yes, all the GP fans are rated for outdoor exposure. They are typically installed on the side of the house with no rain protection.

       Asked on 2017-02-16 by Curious Homeowner
#2 Q:   How do I know how big of fan to get?
A:   Give us a call with details of home size and soil conditions, wed be happy to help spec one out.

       Asked on 2014-05-31 by Ray
#3 Q:   is the GP501 model comparable to the GP500 model of RadonAway. We have the 500 model and now need to replace it. would the 501 model work for us?
A:   Performance is quite similar, though the routing of the pipe will vary. All that aside, it should be a comparable unit.

       Asked on 2014-03-22 by aymie
#4 Q:   Can I install the fan just above the sump pit located in basement? Basement foot print is about 2000 sq ft and we have a sump which is sealed and has existing 4 radon vent that exits roof (one story house).
A:   So long as the pipe runs externally, yes. If it goes through the house it is recommended to be in the attic.

       Asked on 2013-06-09 by Art
#5 Q:   I need to replace an existing unit that is mounted to the side of the house. Between the existing GP mounting bracket and the house are four rubber grommets which also need to be replaced (cracking/brittle). The installation manual mentions foam or rubber grommets can be used for vibration isolation purposes but there is no parts list so it is difficult to know if they come with the unit or not. Please let me know if the grommets come with the unit. If not, Id be interested to know specifically what you recommend. Thank you
A:   The grommets are installer provided and can be sourced locally by using a neoprene or rubber pad for vibration isolation.

       Asked on 2013-04-13 by ajk

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