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Since this is a sun porch, just open two or three windows, the smoke will go out, if you want to use it on cold temperature, we need more information.
Call Grainger, I need more information on this.
You may want look, item # 1HKL9 and item 1HKLA1. They are very close to 10" and 12" hole.
I need more information, the speed (1.7 m/s) depended the size of the duct and the volume the air that you are pulling. So, Q cfm = S ft/m X A ft^2 . If you multiply the area of the section of the duct by the speed of the air on that section, you will have the flow (cfm)
I need to know the size of the hood, also your hood has to have a filters and grease trap. I never use a variable speed exhaust fan for a kitchen hood, because if you turn down to much the speed, then you are not pulling out air and grease. We calculate the flow air with the hood size, and that is the way should work. If your exhaust fan its too big, may be its not the right for your hood. Local and national codes will not allow to operate the hood with out the minimum air flow, its dangerous, also many codes, depend where you are, require make up air in the kitchen, in case of fire on your fryer the exhaust fan has to be operate with the full speed so your fire suppressor heat-fuse will sense the fire, open and knock the fire, keep flame up. Ask your local fire marshal before. If this is a residential hood you don't need it.
it is belt driven. Would like the option to run at any rpm's if I choose to do so. I would prefer to run the fan around the 150-200 rpms.As I said it has 6 wings with deep pitch. It produces enough cfm's at very low speed.
Yes Grainger has this motor, but we need more information to select your motor. We want to know: HP? RPM, if you know the pulleys size its easy? Frame? Call Grainger they will help you, but the most important to know its the HP require, its not easy to know that.
I need to know more information to answer your question, you may want two exhaust fans of 6000cfm each one.
I need your attic square feet to know the cfm. Look catalog Grainger pages 4132 and 4133. Some times it's better buy an exhaust fan and the temperature control separate, because it easy. Grainger sell this control and exhausts fans. Call Grainger.
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