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Anyone Have A Muffler On Their Inline Fan?


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On the intake of your fan, is it just open or do you already have tubing connected to it?

 

I have 6" and 8" high output can fans. Once I connected tubing up to the intake side the noise was cut just about in half. I am using can fans with all of the flex pipe hooked up they do not seem much louder than a typical bathroom fan.

 

If your fan is open on the intake side, maybe try to hook up a piece of tubing or pipe to it. I do not have any experience with the mufflers, sorry I can't help you with that specifically.

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DIY DUCT MUFFLER

http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=65345&highlight=muffler

 

DIY pro style carbon filter

http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=29402

 

S&P FANS ....quiet fans

http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=90678

 

As far as mufflers go...

 

This one looks alot better...foam material and aluminium

http://www.greners.com/fans-ventilation-filters/products/mufflers/duct-silencers.html

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