4-function ceiling unit combines fan-forced heater, air ventilator, and light/night light. 3.5 sone sound level
Diecast grille with pebble-texture bezel; 8-inch-diameter glass lens; auto reset thermal protection;White enamel grille is a suitable match for any decor
1500-watt 70 CFM heater; electronically balanced centrifugal blower wheel for even heat distribution
Uses a 100-watt bulb for the light and a 7-watt bulb for the night light (bulbs not included).Measures 13-1/4 inches in diameter by 7-1/2 inches deep; on/off wall switch included
Minimum construction space required(inch):2 x 8
Brings functionality to your home,while offering the trusted, enduring qualities , this collection features high style for the discriminating consumer. Beautifully detailed, this item captures the essence of old-world elegance. Adds a splash of color to biighten up your home.
From the Manufacturer
In the midst of the Great Depression, two aggressive young men emerged with two new products that would make major contributions to the housing industry. In 1932, Henry Broan developed and manufactured a kitchen fan called the Motordor Fan that provided quiet and efficient kitchen ventilation. His creation launched what is today known as Broan-NuTone LLC. Four years later, in 1936, J. Ralph Corbett developed a melodious door chime replacing the obnoxious door buzzer of the time. His development launched what is today known as NuTone, Inc. Both men, headquartered in the Midwest, started their companies with a simple product and a few employees. Each expanded their companies, creating revolutionary new products that provided unmatched conveniences for homeowners nationwide. Both companies quickly became global competitors and continued to provide innovative, superior products to meet the needs of consumers. In 1981, Broan Mfg. Co., Inc. was acquired by Nortek, Inc. and became the lead company of Nortek's Residential Building Products Group, which was named the Broan Group. During this same time period, NuTone was sold to Scovill Manufacturing in 1967 and was then acquired by Williams plc in 1991. In 1998, Nortek acquired NuTone, adding it to the Broan Group and renaming the group the Broan-NuTone Group. Then, in January 2000, Broan Mfg. Co., Inc. became Broan-NuTone LLC, with NuTone Inc., Aubrey Manufacturing, Inc. and Rangaire LP as subsidiaries. Today, Broan-NuTone LLC is headquartered in Hartford, Wis. and employs more than 3,200 people in eight countries on three continents. It is North America's largest producer of residential ventilation products such as range hoods, ventilation fans and indoor air quality products and also holds major market positions in chimes, central vacuums, intercom systems, medicine cabinets, built-in electric heaters, whole-house fans, attic ventilators, paddle fans, ironing centers, trash compactors and speakers.
NuTone 9093WH Deluxe Heat-A-Ventlite Heater with Ventilator and Incandescent Ceiling Light 70 CFM 1500-Watt White - B001PO29TA