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Home buyers in Southern California can now get a valuable gift certificate for the new high performance Invisco Tornado ES-6400 whole house fan. - August 21, 2017
Kurt Shafer, Founder of Invisco, invented a way to get 6,320 CFM at 505 watts from a 19.5 inch 8 blade fan in a 20 inch diameter throat. - May 24, 2017
Invisco is the only whole house fan supplier to offer infinitely variable speed fans. Now there is a wireless control for them that includes an on/off switch with memory for the last speed that was set. - March 21, 2017
Homeowners with no attics have not been able to get a good whole house fan until now. Invisco combined the high performance of the Invisco Tornado rooftop turbine gravity ventilator with the best US Motors EC motor and the best high flow Multi-Wing blade to achieve air flow never seen before in a 20 inch diameter throat. - March 18, 2017
IdeaBuyer.com has become the world's largest marketplace for patents and has processed billions of dollars in patent sales. It is also an investor in patents and a marketing company connected with major retailers all over the United States. Their investing decision makers selected the Invisco Tornado Rooftop Whole House Fan to receive almost $20,000 worth of services to take the invention to their market. - January 17, 2017
Invisco Hybrid Turbine Rooftop Ventilator is the first hybrid rooftop to be built in the United States. Like the CSR Edmonds ecoPOWER, it is available in sizes up to a 36 inch throat. But unlike the ecoPOWER, Invisco uses a powerful EC motor and an 8 bladed propeller to force 6,320 CFM up in just 20 inches of throat and at a record low 505 watts. Throat sizes up to 36 inches are available with higher CFM. - November 23, 2016
Invisco Fan Company has just announced the highest performance motorized rooftop ventilator in US history. Based on the patent pending Invisco Tornado gravity rooftop ventilator, the first model offers unprecedented air flow and low input power. - November 01, 2016
At 4,730 CFM and 370 watts, this whole house fan breaks all records. It is made possible by using the new Invisco Tornado rooftop turbine ventilator - a new version of the proven CSR Edmonds Hurricane. - October 07, 2016
In a move that appears to be a first in this market, Invisco has started an affiliate marketing program that enables customers to get a rebate on the purchase of either the Invisco rafter mounted ES4700 or the new rooftop ER4700. In addition, anyone can sign on as an affiliate and inform friends and family and when a fan is purchased they get a commission on the purchase. - August 24, 2016
CSR Edmonds in Australia has been making their high performance Hurricane turbine rooftop ventilators since about 2005. Invisco has designed the new Tornado turbine ventilator for the United States market. - August 24, 2016
Invisco Whole House Fan Company now includes installation in every city in the United States. - June 28, 2016
Home thermostats are not designed for whole house fans. They turn fans on or off based on temperature. Whole house fans demand special thermostats that only turn them off. - June 02, 2016
SmartSpeed(tm) automatically starts Invisco whole house fans at high speed when the temperature is over 80 degrees then as the temperature falls the speed and power are reduced until the fan is turned off at your preset low level. - May 30, 2016
In the history of whole house fans there were just 2 speed systems until about the year 2000. Since then several whole house fan companies have introduced more and more speeds. Invisco sets a new record for number of speeds with the first infinite speed motors and a fully automatic speed control. - June 09, 2013
Now you can have any whole house fan air flow you want from nearly zero up to full rated CFM. Invisco whole house fan systems are smart - they sense the temperature and start rotating at the temperature you choose - typically 75 degrees - and will accelerate up to full speed at any higher temperature you select - 85 degrees, for example. - February 27, 2013
Invisco has developed a thin sensing system designed to fit on the bottom of a standard post office box compartment and sense when a letter is inserted. Upon sensing the letter, it is designed to alert the PO Box owner that there is new mail in the box. - May 15, 2012
Invisco has announced a new kit to allow homeowners to easily install the Home Depot whole house fans up in their attic to make it nearly impossible to hear and totally impossible to see. This kit also comes with 2 ceiling interface kits and 25 feet of duct to pull air from two rooms or one room and a hallway. - May 15, 2012
Invisco Whole House Fan Company has announced a new kit to help homeowners easily install any of the Triangle Engineering whole house fans up in their attic. The kit can be installed by the homeowner or by a handyman. - May 15, 2012
Invisco has obtained third party certification on 5 whole house fan models and the certified data is on its way to the state of California. The models certified include some record breaking designs. Invisco offers larger fans than have been seen before for attic mounting and quiet cool operation. Invisco fans are so large that they cannot be used without multiple ceiling openings. - March 27, 2012
HERS testing on homes requires that the house be sealed up and pressurized or depressurized by a fan embedded in a temporary panel placed in the front door frame. Some homes fail this test if the home has a QuietCool whole house fan system in the attic and the HERS test is made by pressure in the house instead of vacuum. Invisco offers a motorized damper that mounts right at the ceiling to eliminate leaks up through the QuietCool gravity damper system. - March 10, 2012
Invisco Whole House Fan Co. has selected KPK to perform the detailed testing required by the State of California's Energy Commission. The tests involve test equipment designed to meet the Home Ventilation Institute's HVI-916 specification. - February 04, 2012
2012IECC has raised the bar for attic insulation. Now zones 4,5,6, and 7 all require R49 insulation in new homes. Invisco has the first solution ever offered for hvac duct and whole house fan ducts in homes with freezing temperatures in the winter. - February 04, 2012
Invisco, the leading supplier of whole house fans for the US, is introducing the most powerful 760 mm fan yet offered for Australia and New Zealand. At 13,600 cubic meters per hour (CMH) this fan moves more air with a smaller hole in the ceiling than any other yet available. Invisco has achieved this operating breakthrough by using advanced design and test techniques. - October 21, 2011
Invisco announces a broad range of whole house fans to help homeowners in Australia and New Zealand save $100s of dollars every year to cool their homes. Whole house fans are systems that mount in the attic and pull hot air up and out of your home and cooler air in your windows. Now you no longer need to run air conditioning all the time. - October 15, 2011
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