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Mtrzd Damper, For Fan Dia. 60", 24-240V
- Item # 3C733
- Mfr. Model # 3C733
- UNSPSC # 40101504
- Catalog Page # 4104
- Shipping Weight 138.0 lbs.
- ItemMotorized Damper
- For Fan Dia.60"
- Voltage24 to 240
- Overall Square63"
- Sq. Opening Required61"
- Frame Less Flange60 sq. in.
- Free Area23.314 sq. ft.
- Motor Bracket Extension10-1/4"
- Features14 GaugeFrame and 16 Gauge Blades
- Flange Width1-1/2"
- MaterialGalvanized Steel
- Mounting PositionHorizontal or Vertical
- Number of Panels2
- OperationPower Open, Spring Return
- For Use WithIntake or Exhaust Applications
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