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Fan Shutter, 60 1/2 In

DAYTON

Price: $374.75 / each

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  • Item # 3C116
  • Mfr. Model # 3C116
  • UNSPSC # 40101504
  • Catalog Page # 4103
  • Shipping Weight 55.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemExhaust Shutter
  • TypeGravity Operated, Double Panel
  • Fits Fan Dia. (In.)60
  • Overall Square (In.)63
  • Opening Required (In.)60-1/2 x 60-1/2
  • Frame Depth (In.)3
  • Open Depth (In.)6-1/4
  • Flange Width (In.)1-1/2
  • Mounting Hole Size (In.)9/32 x 1/2
  • Free Area (Square-Ft.)20.399
  • Max. Velocity (FPM)2500
  • Mounting PositionVertical
  • Blade MaterialMill Finish Aluminum
  • Construction MaterialG-90 Galvanized Steel Frame and Tie Rods
  • For Use WithVertical Mounted Exhaust Fans

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We have fans that move 50,000 CFM. Will this shutter survive this amount of turbulance. Each fan has a 48" blade (some two and some 3 blade) all with an 87" square outside awning to allow for maximim free air flow. I want to winterize these units and would like a gravity closing shutter. The awning openings are almost horizontal with the ground. If these won't work, do you have any suggestions?

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The maximum CFM would be 62,500.

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