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Blower, Draft Inducer
- Item # 4C731
- Mfr. Model # D-3
- NSN # 4140-01-334-3783
- UNSPSC # 40101601
- Catalog Page # 4319
- Shipping Weight 10.0 lbs.
- ItemDraft Inducer
- Vent Pipe Dia. (In.)5 to 8
- Height (In.)9-1/8
- Width (In.)9-1/2
- Depth (In.)7
- Cut Out Required3-1/8 x 8-5/8
- ApplicationProvides Positive Draft for Smokepipe and Aids Proper Exhaust of Combustion Gas.
- Construction MaterialAluminized Steel Housing and Blower Wheel
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This blower is designed for draft induction for gas fired heaters. The CFM’s will change based on vent pipe size and flue gas temperature.
5” pipe @ 270° flue gas 190CFM, @ 390° flue gas 166CFM, @ 530° flue gas 163CFM.
6” pipe @ 270° flue gas 246CFM, @ 390° flue gas 190CFM, @ 530° flue gas 169CFM.
7” pipe @ 270° flue gas 259CFM, @ 390° flue gas 166CFM, @ 530° flue gas 118CFM.
8” pipe @ 270° flue gas 217CFM, @ 390° flue gas 110CFM, @ 530° flue gas 65CFM.
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