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Air Curtain, 3624 cfm, 69 dBA @ 10 Feet, Max. Door Width 6 ft., Max. Mounting Height 7 ft.
- Item # 6JGE6
- Mfr. Model # SHC07-2072AC-P-G
- UNSPSC # 27131605
- Catalog Page # 4150
- Shipping Weight 125.0 lbs.
- ItemAir Curtain
- Max. Door Width6 ft.
- Max. Mounting Height7 ft.
- Air Volume3624 cfm
- dBA @ 10 Feet69
- Number of Motors2
- Voltage115/208 to 240
- Max. Amps15.0/7.6 to 7.6
- Air Velocity3500 fpm
- Housing MaterialAluminum
- Housing ColorWhite
- Motor TypePermanent Split Capacitor
- Motor EnclosureTotally Enclosed
- Motor HP3/4
- Max. RPM1750
- Number of Speeds1
- RequiresHard Wiring
- StandardsNSF 37, EPH ANSI, AMCA, UL Indoor, UL Outdoor and CUL Indoor
- IncludesDoor Limit Switch, Plunger Style for Automatic Operation
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