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- TypeHazardous Location, Direct Drive Forward Curve
- Wheel Dia. (In.)5.90
- Wheel Width (In.)5.92
- CFM @ 0.200-In. SP#
- CFM @ 0.250-In. SP250
- CFM @ 0.500-In. SP150
- dBA @ 5 Feet54
- Max. Inlet Temp. (Deg. F)140
- Max. Ambient Temp. (F)102
- Full Load Amps6.6/3.3
- Motor HP1/3
- Motor RPM1725
- Motor TypeHazardous Location, Capacitor Run
- Motor EnclosureTotally Enclosed Fan Cooled
- Motor Frame71
- Bearing TypeBall
- Shaft Dia. (In.)14 mm
- Height (In.)16.13
- Width (In.)14.16
- Depth (In.)18.82
- Inlet Dia. (In.)4.92
- Outlet Dia. (In.)4.92
- Wheel TypeForward Curve
- Wheel MaterialPolypropylene
- Blower RPM1725
- Housing MaterialGray and Green Polypropylene
- Agency ComplianceMotors are UL Listed and CSA Certified
- Applications, CommentsDesigned to Exhaust Fumes from Highly Corrosive Environments Such as Laboratories, Chemical Plants and Hospitals
- IncludesHazardous Location Motor for Class I Group D, Class II Groups F and G, Division 1 and Division 2 and Motor Mounting Base
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This motor is not speed controllable. If you can use a 3 phase equivalent you can use a VFD for speed control.
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