Take this amazing Solar Energy Cooling Fan Cap anywhere you want! The Solar Energy Cooling Fan Cap takes the solar energy as its power, environmental and safe. Keep cool with this Outdoor Cooling Fan Cap in the hot day. This Solar Energy Cooling Fan Cap utilizes sunlight to emit lights to solar panel, and convert light energy into electric energy that drives the micro-motor to make fan work. Solar Powered Mini Fan is portable energy-saving, and free of pollution. The brighter the sunlight, the faster the Clip-on Mini Fan runs. Portable, energy-saving, eye-catching and free of pollution Clip on visor or held by hand, Solar Energy Mini Fan will bring you cool breeze.Solar Energy Cooling Fan Cap is great for traveling, fishing, climbing, playing golf and other outdoor activities!
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Keep cool with thisOutdoor Cooling Fan Cap in the hot day
Stylish cap which can be used for sun shading
It's adjustable, one size fits all
Directs a constant breeze toward your forehead to cool you
Great for camping, gardening, boating, golfing, hiking, family outings, or spectator sports any time you want to cool down
ThisSolar Energy Cooling Fan Cap utilizes sunlight to emit lights to solar panel, and convert light energy into electric energy that drives the micro-motor to make fan work
Solar Energy Cooling Fan Capis portable energy-saving, and free of pollution, very easy to use
Clip-on design is helpful to easily carry and fix, the brighter the sunlight, the faster theClip-on Mini Fan runs
Portable, energy-saving, eye-catching and free of pollution Clip on visor or held by hand,Solar Energy Cooling Fan Cap will bring you cool breeze
Solar Energy Cooling Fan Capis great for traveling, fishing, climbing, playing golf and other outdoor activities
How to Install a Solar-Powered Fan?
A ventilating fan can improve comfort in a living area by drawing hot air out of a space. Proper attic ventilation, for example, potentially lowers cooling costs by decreasing the energy required to cool the house below. A simple window fan may eliminate the need to use an energy-consuming air conditioner. A solar-powered fan nets higher savings because the sun, rather than the power grid, energizes the unit -- it costs nothing to operate. And because the fan runs on solar power, the installation eliminates the need to pay an electrician. The fan can be placed anywhere, such as in a gable or a window, or you can install a roof-mounted ventilation fan.
Position the solar-powered attic ventilation fan on a south-facing roof (anything from southeast to southwest works), away from shading by trees or structures, for maximum sunlight exposure. Try to center the fan on the roof, between roof rafters -- do not cut a rafter to install -- and in a place to ensure maximum air movement through the attic.
Drive a nail in the center of the area chosen for the solar attic fan, leaving enough nail exposed below the head to tie string. The center of the unit should be about 2 feet below the roof ridge. Attach string to the nail. Measure 9.5" of string and attach a marking pen to the string. Holding the pen, pull the string taut from the nail and draw a 19" circle onto the roof shingles.
Cut the diameter of the hole using the reciprocating saw.
If a roof rafter runs through the cut hole, leave the rafter in place. Remove ONLY roof sheathing.
Use the utility knife to cut a 4-inch slit through the shingles and tar paper at the three and nine o'clock positions on the hole (six o'clock being on the downslope), allowing for the fan flashing to be inserted under the shingles.
Insert the reciprocating saw sideways under the shingles and cut all nails from the 3 o'clock position up and around to the 9 o'clock position on the hole. Take care not to damage the remaining roof shingles. This removes nails that will keep the fan flashing from sliding up underneath the shingles.
Caulk underside of flashing with caulking material. Two concentric rings of caulking material suffices.
Slide flashing under tar paper and shingles, pushing flashing up until the shingles butt against the raised portion of the flashing, without smearing caulk on exposed shingles. The bottom side of the flashing will rest on top of the shingles. Fasten flashing with four Phillips-head screws at the 3 o'clock, 6 o'clock, 9 o'clock and 12 o'clock positions. The 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock position screws go under the shingles. The 6 o'clock and 12 o'clock position screws go on top of the shingles.
Caulk over the screw heads at the 6 o'clock and 12 o'clock positions, as these will be exposed to the weather. Also caulk the areas where the 4-inch slits were made and around the top 180 degree portion of the fan housing where shingles butt up against the raised area of the flashing.
Attach the adjustable brackets to the side of the solar panel frame. Be careful -- solar cells are fragile. Adjust the solar panel in a position to expose it to the most sunlight possible throughout the day.
* 1 x Solar Power Cooling Fan Cap