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Gable Attic Ventilator, 1560 CFM
- Item # 22N551
- Mfr. Model # AFG ES-1500
- UNSPSC # 40101502
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 18.0 lbs.
- ItemAttic Ventilator
- TypeGable Mount
- CFM @ 0.000-In. SP1560
- Max. Attic Area (Sq.-Ft.)2100
- Free Air Intake Required (Sq.-Ft.)2
- Opening Required (In.)24 x 12
- IncludesMounting Brackets And J-Box
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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Attic Fan Dimensions: 14 inches in diamater and 10 inches wide
Motor Voltage - 120 V. AC, 60 Hz - Uses A Special AC/DC Brushless Motor For Super Energy Efficiency
Motor Amperage - .25 Amps
Power Consumption - 30 Watts
Motor Speed - 1,100 RPM
Air Flow @0.1" SP - 1560 CFM
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