QuietCool Trident Pro

QuietCool Trident Pro X

The Trident Pro line of QuietCool Advanced Whole House Fans was first introduced in 2014 and is an evolution of the Original QuietCool Classic line. The Trident Pro line offers the best initial value in the Professional Series. QuietCool Trident Pro is one of two lines that make up our Pro series which are only available for licensed contractors.

About The Trident Pro

The Trident Pro line consists of several models ranging from the 1,500 CFM all the way up to 7,000 CFM! There are also different speed options depending on the unit. These options allow homeowners to control how much airflow they want to move through their home. The Trident Pro series has a permanent split capacitor (PSC) motor which is extremely dependable and very common in many electronic products. Also included with the unit; a switch and timer. This ensures that everything needed for the install is included in one box. Finally, the Trident Pro series boasts an industry leading 15-year motor warranty. If you are looking for great energy efficiency, reliability, and the most affordable up-front cost, look no further than the Trident Pro series.

  • The Most Powerful CFM

  • Most Reliable

  • Best Value

Trident Pro Fan Features

  • Innovative and Patented Design
  • R5 Insulated Damper System
  • Permanent Split Capacitor Motor
  • Industry Leading Warranty
  • 98% Customer Satisfaction

FAQs

Can I Use My Fan With Air Conditioning?

Here at QuietCool we do not recommend running your A/C with your QuietCool Whole House Fan System at the same time. It would cool your home but it would be very expensive and not the best solution.

Do Whole House Fans Affect The Insulation In My Attic When Turned On?

With proper amount of ventilation and properly installed, there should be no affect on the attic insulation in your home.

Can A Whole House Fan Use A Thermostat?

We do not recommend using a thermostat when using a QuietCool Whole House Fan System. When using our system. you need to always have a window open. When using a thermostat you have no one to open a window in your house when the thermostat turns on your system automatically.

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