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Fume Extractor, 55/115 CFM, dBA 74,120V, 9A
- Item # 5GWP7
- Mfr. Model # K652-1
- UNSPSC # 41103502
- Catalog Page # 3396
- Shipping Weight 45.0 lbs.
- ItemFume Extractor
- Filter Media2.8 m2 (30 ft2)
- Air Flow (CFM)55/115
- Sound Level dBA74
- Input Voltage120V
- Input (Amps)15
- Motor HPTwo 1.3
- Features12 Ft. Power Cord with 8ft flexible hose, 1-3/4" diameter, two powerful motors, Automatic start/stop current sensor extends motor life and provides extraction only when needed, high efficiency, cleanable polyester filter, low noise operation: 74dBa, Weight 17 lbs
- ApplicationDesigned For The Rremoval And Filtration Of Welding Fumes
- Height (In.)13-1/4
- Width (In.)26-3/4
- Depth (In.)15-3/4
- IncludesAdapter For 1 3/4" Hose, 1 3/4" x 8 ft. Flexible Hose, 2 Spare Sets Of Carbon Brushes And Seals For Motors, Filter Cartridge, 12 ft Power Cord.
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