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- ItemCeiling Fan
- Blade Dia.18 ft.
- Number of Blades5
- Mounting Height10 to 60 ft.
- Housing FinishSteel, Powder Coated
- Blade FinishAluminum, Mill
- Speed ControllableYes
- Number of SpeedsVariable
- CFM @ 60 Hz202,000
- RPM @ 60 Hz68
- High CFM202,000
- Full Load Amps3.8/3.6
- Full Load Watts900
- Input Volts AC @ 60/50 Hz208/230
- Amps @ 60 Hz3.8/3.6
- Watts @ 60 Hz900
- Down Rod Outside Dia.3"
- Max. Ambient Temp.122 Degrees F
- MotorTotally Enclosed Fan Cooled
- BearingsPermanently Lubricated Ball
- Mount TypeStem
- StandardsUL 507 and CSA 22.2
- IncludesInstallation Instructions, (5) Fan Blades, Fan Motor Assembly and Gearbox, Mounting Bracket, (4) Turnbuckles, (8) Quick Links, Vfd Control Panel in Nema, Lockable Disconnect, Start Stop and Speed Remote Control Button Station with Fire Alarm Interface, Hardware Pack
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