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- ItemCabinet Exhaust Fan
- TypeAssembled Belt Drive
- Propeller Dia. (In.)48
- CFM @ 0.000-In. SP31,506
- CFM @ 0.125-In. SP29,520
- CFM @ 0.250-In. SP26,636
- CFM @ 0.375-In. SP22,194
- CFM @ 0.500-In. SP19,601
- Sones @ 0.125-In. SP @ 5 Ft.53
- Fan RPM605
- Max. Ambient Temp. (F)104
- Max. Inlet Temp. (Deg. F)104
- Full Load Amps13.6-12.8/6.4
- Motor HP5
- Max. BHP5.75
- Bearing TypeRegreasable Cast Pillow Block
- Motor RPM1725
- Motor Type3-Phase
- Motor EnclosureOpen Dripproof
- Motor InsulationClass B
- Height (In.)54-1/4
- Width (In.)54-1/4
- Max. Depth (In.)36-5/8
- Mounting PositionVertical
- Housing MaterialGalvanized Steel
- Frame MaterialGalvanized Steel
- Propeller MaterialFabricated Steel
- Number of Blades5
- Agency ComplianceAMCA, UL, CUL
- Includes1 1/2" Wide Mounting Flange
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