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- ItemAir Circulator
- Blade Dia.30"
- CFM High7250
- CFM Low4650
- Air Velocity (FPM) @ 20 Ft.715/480
- Motor HP1/4
- Motor RPM1100/900
- Operating Amps3.4/2.0
- Mounting LocationWall or Ceiling
- Fan RPM1100/900
- Environmental ApplicationsCommercial
- Air Velocity (FPM) @ 10 Ft.1010/680
- Air Velocity (FPM) @ 40 Ft370/350
- Air Velocity (FPM) @ 60 Ft.280/250
- Sound Level77dBA
- Max. Ambient Temp.105 Degrees F
- Motor TypePermanent Split Capacitor
- Drive TypeDirect
- Motor EnclosureOpen Air-Over
- Motor InsulationClass A
- Thermal ProtectionAuto
- Bearing TypeBall
- Outside Dia.33"
- Max. Depth26"
- Cord Length10 ft.
- Number of Blades3
- Blade MaterialSteel
- Shaft Dia.17mm
- Housing MaterialSteel
- Guard MaterialSteel
- Wire Guard FinishGloss Black
- ApplicationSpot Cooling and People Cooling
- IncludesWall/Ceiling Bracket and Secondary Support Cable
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