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    Slinger, Heat, 6 In

    DAYTON

    Grainger Item # 4C784 | Mfr. Model # 4C784

    Catalog Page # 4169 (PDF)

    Heat Slinger, Construction Material Aluminum, Used For Increasing Air Inlet Temperature for Specified Blowers...More

    Slinger, Heat, 6 In

    DAYTON

    Grainger Item # 4C790 | Mfr. Model # 4C790

    Catalog Page # 4169 (PDF)

    Heat Slinger, Construction Material Aluminum, Used For Increasing Air Inlet Temperature for Specified Blowers...More

    Slinger, Heat, 8 In

    DAYTON

    Grainger Item # 4C792 | Mfr. Model # 4C792

    Catalog Page # 4169 (PDF)

    Heat Slinger, Construction Material Aluminum, Used For Increasing Air Inlet Temperature for Specified Blowers...More

    Heat Slinger, Use With 3AXF4

    DAYTON

    Grainger Item # 4DKL1 | Mfr. Model # 4DKL1

    Catalog Page # 4169 (PDF)

    Heat Slinger, Aluminum Construction Material, Used For Increasing Air Inlet Temperature for Specified Blowers...More

    Slinger, Heat, 8 In

    DAYTON

    Grainger Item # 4C791 | Mfr. Model # 4C791

    Catalog Page # 4169 (PDF)

    Heat Slinger, Construction Material Aluminum, Used For Increasing Air Inlet Temperature for Specified Blowers...More

    Heat Slinger, Use With 3AXF3

    DAYTON

    Grainger Item # 4DKK9 | Mfr. Model # 4DKK9

    Catalog Page # 4169 (PDF)

    Heat Slinger, Aluminum Construction Material, Used For Increasing Air Inlet Temperature for Specified Blowers...More

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      Use heat slingers from Grainger with specified blowers to increase air inlet temperatures to 450 Degrees F or 500 Degrees F. Heat slingers mount on radial blower shafts to allow the blowers to handle higher inlet temperatures. Find 6" and 8" dia. heat slinger options in various bore sizes to fit the specified blowers. When you're looking for a heat slinger for your radial blower, check Grainger first!

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