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Air Circulator, 36 In, 11,400 cfm, 115V
- Item # 6ALD8
- Mfr. Model # GVK36
- UNSPSC # 40101602
- Catalog Page # 4085
- Shipping Weight 70.0 lbs.
- ItemAir Circulator
- Blade Dia.36"
- CFM High11,400
- Motor HP1/2
- Motor RPM825
- Operating Amps7
- Mounting LocationWall
- Fan RPM825
- Environmental ApplicationsIndustrial
- Max. Ambient Temp.104 Degrees F
- Motor TypePermanent Split Capacitor
- Drive TypeDirect
- Motor EnclosureTotally Enclosed Air-Over
- Motor InsulationClass B
- Thermal ProtectionAuto
- Bearing TypeBall
- Outside Dia.37-1/2"
- Max. Depth16-1/2"
- Cord Length5 ft.
- Number of Blades3
- Blade MaterialGalvanized Steel
- Shaft Dia.5/8"
- Housing MaterialSteel
- Guard MaterialGalvanized Steel
- Wire Guard FinishWhite Polyester Powder Coat
- ApplicationSpot Cooling and People Cooling
- IncludesWall Mount Bracket
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