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Crawl Space Fan, 220 cfm, Automatic
- Item # 5GDV0
- Mfr. Model # V2D
- UNSPSC # 40101604
- Catalog Page # 4132
- Shipping Weight 7.31 lbs.
- Item Crawl Space Fan
- Height 9"
- Width 18"
- Depth 2"
- Cutout Height 6"
- Cutout Width 15"
- Air Flow 220 cfm
- Voltage 120
- Amps 0.6
- Thermostat Opens at 40 Degrees F
- Dehumidification Control Yes
- Material Galvanized Steel
- Finish Aluminum
- Power Plug-in
- Hz 60
- Free Area 24 sq. in.
- Control Automatic
- For Use With Ventilating Excess Moisture In Crawl Spaces
- Standards cETLus
- Includes Mounting Hardware
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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