42" Whole House Fan Premium Ceiling Truss Shutter / Ceiling Shutter, 41" x 30" Opening Required
- Item# 3HHR9
- Mfr. Model# 3HHR9
- Catalog Page# 3014
- UNSPSC# 30151801
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- Item Whole House Fan Premium Ceiling Truss Shutter / Ceiling Shutter
- Fits Fan Dia. 42"
- Shutter Overall Size 43"L x 32"W
- Shutter Construction Material Extruded Aluminum Frame and G-90 Galvanized Tie Rods
- Shutter Opening Required 41" x 30"
- Shutter Free Area 6.523 sq. ft.
- Shutter Mounting Position Horizontal
- Shutter Mounting Location Ceiling
- Shutter Item Whole House Fan Premium Ceiling Truss Shutter
- Length 43"
- Width 32"
- Frame Depth 1-3/8"
- Open Depth 5"
- Flange Width 1-1/2"
- Mounting Hole Size Prepunched
- Max. Velocity 1500 FPM
- Blade Material White Painted Aluminum
- For Use With 42" Whole House Fans
- Number of Panels 1
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