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Air Curtain Blower Assembly, Motor HP 1/4, 2500 fpm, Max. RPM 1100, Max. Amps 3.4
- Item # 6E821
- Mfr. Model # 6E821
- UNSPSC # 40101601
- Catalog Page # 4152
- Shipping Weight 45.0 lbs.
- Item Air Curtain Blower Assembly
- Motor HP 1/4
- Air Velocity 2500 fpm
- Air Delivery with 36-In. Cabinet 2025 cfm
- Air Delivery with 38-In. Cabinet 2140 cfm
- Air Delivery with 42-In. Cabinet 2360 cfm
- Air Delivery with 48-In. Cabinet 2700 cfm
- Air Delivery with 60-In. Cabinet 3375 cfm
- Max. Amps 3.4
- Max. RPM 1100
- Max. Mounting Height 10 ft.
- Voltage 115
- Hz 60/50
- Phase 1
- Max. Door Width 4 ft.
- Air Volume 1050 cfm
- Height 9-3/4"
- Width 35"
- Depth 11"
- Housing Material Galvanized Steel
- Motor Type Permanent Split Capacitor
- Motor Enclosure Totally Enclosed
- Includes Quick Disconnect
Compliance and Restrictions
Item # 6E820DAYTON
Price $580.50 / each
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