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3", Radon Fan Max. Static Pressure 2.1", Voltage 120, Max. Amps 0.80
- Item # 14U160
- Mfr. Model # RMS160
- UNSPSC # 40101604
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 15.9 lbs.
- ItemRadon Fan
- Fits Duct Dia.3"
- Max. Static Pressure2.1"
- Inlet and Outlet Dia.3-1/2"
- CFM @ 0.000-In. SP160
- CFM @ 0.500-In. SP120
- CFM @ 0.750-In. SP110
- CFM @ 1.000-In. SP90
- CFM @ 1.500-In. SP60
- Maximum Inlet Temp.140 Degrees F
- Max. Amps0.80
- Max. Wattage50
- Housing Dia.14-1/8"
- Flange Width5-3/8"
- Housing MaterialGalvanized Steel
- Mounting PositionVertical or Horizontal
- Manufacturers Warranty Length10 yr.
- IncludesAluminum Variable Exhaust Hood
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