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High Velocity Air Curtain, 4678 cfm
- Item # 6JGK7
- Mfr. Model # IDC12-3120AXY-G
- UNSPSC # 27131605
- Catalog Page # 4150
- Shipping Weight 353.0 lbs.
- ItemHigh Velocity Air Curtain
- Max. Door Width10 ft.
- Max. Mounting Height10 ft.
- Air Volume4678 cfm
- dBA @ 10 Feet66
- Number of Motors3
- Max. Amps10.5/10.5
- Air Velocity4000 fpm
- Housing MaterialPowder Coated Steel
- Housing ColorGray
- Motor TypePermanent Split Capacitor
- Motor EnclosureOpen Dripproof
- Motor HP1/2
- Max. RPM1680
- Number of Speeds1
- RequiresHard Wiring
- StandardsUL Indoor, UL Outdoor, CUL Indoor and AMCA
- IncludesFactory Mounted Control Panel with 120V Control Voltage and Door Limit Switch, Plunger Style for Automatic Operation
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