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Fans that are listed for 4" ducting in specifications, like the one you linked to, are designed to connect to any 4" ducting such as the one you linked to.

They will work together.

I would not use insulated for a bathroom exhaust fan but if it makes you feel better, why not.

I have replaced many bathroom fans here in Alaska and never have found one that had insulated ducting, of coarsecourse they are all older homes and maybe newer ones do?.

I try to use rigid ducting when possible instead of the flexible kind.

Fans that are listed for 4" ducting in specifications, like the one you linked to, are designed to connect to any 4" ducting such as the one you linked to.

They will work together.

I would not use insulated for a bathroom exhaust fan but if it makes you feel better why not.

I have replaced many bathroom fans here in Alaska and never have found one that had insulated ducting, of coarse they are all older homes and maybe newer ones do?.

I try to use rigid ducting when possible instead of the flexible kind.

Fans that are listed for 4" ducting in specifications, like the one you linked to, are designed to connect to any 4" ducting such as the one you linked to.

They will work together.

I would not use insulated for a bathroom exhaust fan but if it makes you feel better, why not.

I have replaced many bathroom fans here in Alaska and never have found one that had insulated ducting, of course they are all older homes and maybe newer ones do?

I try to use rigid ducting when possible instead of the flexible kind.

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Fans that are speckedlisted for 4" ducting in specifications, like the one you linked tolike the one you linked to, are designed to connect to any 4" ducting such as the one you linked tothe one you linked to.

They will work together.

I would not use insulated for a bathroom exhaust fan but if it makes you feel better why not. i

I have replaced many bathroom fans here in Alaska and never have found one that had insulated ducting, of coarse they are all older homes and maybe newer ones do?  .  

I try to use rigid ducting when possible instead of the flexible kind.

Fans that are specked for 4" ducting, like the one you linked to, are designed to connect to any 4" ducting such as the one you linked to.

They will work together.

I would not use insulated for a bathroom exhaust fan but if it makes you feel better why not. i have replaced many bathroom fans here in Alaska and never have found one that had insulated ducting, of coarse they are all older homes and maybe newer ones do?  .  

Fans that are listed for 4" ducting in specifications, like the one you linked to, are designed to connect to any 4" ducting such as the one you linked to.

They will work together.

I would not use insulated for a bathroom exhaust fan but if it makes you feel better why not.

I have replaced many bathroom fans here in Alaska and never have found one that had insulated ducting, of coarse they are all older homes and maybe newer ones do?.

I try to use rigid ducting when possible instead of the flexible kind.

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Fans that are specked for 4" ducting, like the one you linked to, are designed to connect to any 4" ducting such as the one you linked to.

They will work together.

I would not use insulated for a bathroom exhaust fan but if it makes you feel better why not. i have replaced many bathroom fans here in Alaska and never have found one that had insulated ducting, of coarse they are all older homes and maybe newer ones do? .