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Sq. Control Damper, 11-3/4In W, 11-3/4In H
- Item # 2LRY7
- Mfr. Model # 2LRY7
- UNSPSC # 40101504
- Catalog Page # 4311
- Shipping Weight 9.8 lbs.
- Item Square Control Damper
- Blade Type 3V Blade
- Frame Material 16 ga. Galvanized Steel
- Blade Material 16 ga. Galvanized Steel
- Max. Velocity 3000 fpm
- Frame Width 11-3/4"
- Frame Depth 5"
- Frame Height 11-3/4"
- Duct Width 12"
- Duct Height 12"
- Axle Dia. 1/2"
- Axle Plated Steel
- Max. Temp. 180 Degrees F
- Pressure Differential Max. 5" wg
- Bearings Synthetic (Acetal) Sleeve Type
- Seals Extruded Vinyl Blade
- Linkage Side, Out of Airstream, Concealed In Frame
- For Use In Low to Medium Pressure and Velocity Systems
- Standards AMCA Air
- Includes Components Needed to Mount Dayton Actuators Externally or Internally, Removable Control Shaft
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