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- Propeller Dia. (In.)8
- Bore Dia. (In.)5/16
- Number of Blades5
- Pitch (Deg.)40
- Blade MaterialAluminum
- Number of Set Screws1
- RotationCCW Facing Discharge
- Required Motor HP1/100
- Max. RPM1550
- CFM @ 0.000-In. SP300
- Blade Width (In.)1-5/8
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The discharge is the direction the air is being pushed when the fan is turning. If you are looking at the fan as it is on the motor shaft and it is turning CW with the air blowing in your face that is CW facing discharge.
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