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Axial Fan, 115VAC, 4-11/16In H, 4-11/16In W

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BELLEVUE branch 754

  • Item # 4WT47
  • Mfr. Model # 4WT47
  • NSN # 
  • UNSPSC # 40101604
  • Catalog Page # 4118
  • Shipping Weight 1.35 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • ItemAxial Fan
  • ShapeSquare
  • CFM @ 0.000-In. SP105
  • Voltage115VAC
  • Amps0.18
  • Watts18
  • Electrical ConnectionsTerminals
  • dBA48
  • BearingsSleeve
  • Hz60/50
  • Phase1
  • Fan RPM2900
  • Height4-11/16"
  • Width4-11/16"
  • Depth1-1/2"
  • Mounting PositionVertical
  • Mounting Eye O.C.4-1/8"
  • Motor TypeShaded Pole
  • Motor InsulationClass B
  • Thermal ProtectionImpedance
  • Max. Ambient Temp.158 Degrees F
  • Blade MaterialPolybutylene Terephthalate
  • Housing MaterialCast Aluminum
  • Housing FinishBlack Painted
  • RequiresCord Set (Not Included)
  • StandardsUL and cUL Component Recognized
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My cfm but size of small exaughst fan

Okay so the Axial exaughst fan is not made for paint fumes. That's too bad. But I am working in a small space, being that my paint booth is 12" X 12" X 12" size. And my cfm airflow is less than one foot per minute at 5 to 12 psi. The small fan at a size of 10" to 12" big would be the correct size for a small hobby paint booth. You will find there are more and more of us hobbits out there you could sell to.
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Although we do not currently carry an exhaust fan that meets your specifications, for business customers, we offer a special order service for specific parts not stocked by Grainger. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger for more information regarding ordering this specific item. Thank you for using Grainger.com Ask & Answer.
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Axial fan usage

Can this fan be used to exaughst paint fumes? If not, does Grainer have a ventalation fan that can move paint fume and not catch fire.
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Hello. The 4WT47 is not designed to be used for paint. You would want a tubeaxial fan for hazardous locations. You would also need to know how much cfm you are required by your local code that you need.

If you know how much cfm you need we can assist you in selecting the proper unit for your application. If you would like help in selecting the proper unit for your application, please call 1-800-472-4643 and request to speak with one of our HVAC tech reps, they will be glad to assist you further.

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It would be best if you called into our HVAC department at 1-800-GRAIGNER to further discuss your application for the fan.

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Are these fans considered energy efficient fans ??
If not can you recommend fans that are.
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Any fan or motor using a single phase motor is not considered energy efficient.

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