Adorama Doran Darkroom Light Tight Fan For Rooms Up To 12x12', 400 CFM

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A safe darkroom is one where the air is changed every few minutes. This fan exhausts up t400 CFM and can completely change the air in less than 4 minutes. If the stale air is exhausted inta dark crawl space, removal of a louver doubles the exhaust rate t800 CFM. Features a 6" diameter pipe starter, 12" x 12" x 4".

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Reviewed by 2 customers

 
1.0

Noisy fan!

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from Upstate NY  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Very disappointed in this fan. Seems like a cheap imitation of a Doran. WAY too noisy. Returning for a refund.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Perfect fit for my new darkroom

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from Sacramento, Ca  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I am setting up a darkroom, and ventilation is critical. This was a perfect fit with being light tight and having the needed air movement.

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anne l  Could this be used in a window to vent to the outside but avoid permanent installation?
KIMBERLY S  yes, but not as is, unless you happen to have the right sized windows. I have mine surrounded by a piece of wood (that has the center cut to the size of the fan).
anne l  This is the answer I was hoping for! This seems like an easy solution. I just wasn't sure if I needed a double fan that does intake and exhaust to renew the air. I found a fan that does this but then the problem is how to make it light safe and still keep air moving without blocking the fan function. And you don't have any issue with creating a vacuum in the room with this fan? I've been reading if you have an exhaust fan in a window then a door that is taped up to block light there is no rotation of air and a vacuum is created? Thank you for your help!
anne l  Could this be used in a window to vent to the outside but avoid permanent installation?
KIMBERLY S  yes, but not as is, unless you happen to have the right sized windows. I have mine surrounded by a piece of wood (that has the center cut to the size of the fan).
anne l  This is the answer I was hoping for! This seems like an easy solution. I just wasn't sure if I needed a double fan that does intake and exhaust to renew the air. I found a fan that does this but then the problem is how to make it light safe and still keep air moving without blocking the fan function. And you don't have any issue with creating a vacuum in the room with this fan? I've been reading if you have an exhaust fan in a window then a door that is taped up to block light there is no rotation of air and a vacuum is created? Thank you for your help!
anne l  Could this be used in a window to vent to the outside but avoid permanent installation?
KIMBERLY S  yes, but not as is, unless you happen to have the right sized windows. I have mine surrounded by a piece of wood (that has the center cut to the size of the fan).
anne l  This is the answer I was hoping for! This seems like an easy solution. I just wasn't sure if I needed a double fan that does intake and exhaust to renew the air. I found a fan that does this but then the problem is how to make it light safe and still keep air moving without blocking the fan function. And you don't have any issue with creating a vacuum in the room with this fan? I've been reading if you have an exhaust fan in a window then a door that is taped up to block light there is no rotation of air and a vacuum is created? Thank you for your help!
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