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Ceiling Truss Shutter, 32 Long, 26 Wide
- Item # 3HHR6
- Mfr. Model # 3HHR6
- UNSPSC # 30151801
- Catalog Page # 4131
- Shipping Weight 9.82 lbs.
- ItemWhole House Fan Premium Ceiling Truss Shutter / Ceiling Shutter
- Fits Fan Dia.24"
- Opening Required30" x 24"
- Frame Depth1-3/8"
- Open Depth5"
- Flange Width1-1/2"
- Mounting Hole SizePrepunched
- Free Area4.652 sq.ft.
- Max. Velocity1500 FPM
- Mounting PositionHorizontal
- Blade MaterialWhite Painted Aluminum
- Construction MaterialExtruded Aluminum Frame and G-90 Galvanized Tie Rod
- For Use With24" Whole House Fans
- Number of Panels1
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Given that it fits hole 32 x24 I assume it would not need a Stationary Blade in the middle.
If it had a Stationary Blade in the middle the Free Area (Square-Ft.) would be much less than the 4.652 shown on your web page (shows the same in Dayton Catalog page 4295).
Can you please check and let me know if it does have a Stationary Blade or not
The 3HHR6 does have a fixed blade that runs accross the 32" width of the shutter.
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