Airmaster High Ambient Heavy Duty Vertical Mounted Air Circulator Fan 30 inch 8402 CFM 2 Speed 20723
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Heavy-Duty High Ambient Air Circulators
Based on Airmaster’s proven Heavy Duty Air Circulator design, the High Ambient version is specially designed for the rigors of continuous operation in areas where the air temperature may be more than 104 degrees F (40 degrees C). While it is possible to operate a standard unit in ambient temperatures greater than 104 F, for each 18 degrees F increase above, the life of the motor is reduced by 50%. The High Ambient HD Air Circulator is designed to provide full service life up to 150 degrees F (65 degrees C). Unit is designed for use in:
And anywhere high ambient temperatures are found
- 150 degrees Farenheit Ambient
- Available in Pedestal, Wall, I-Beam, or Ceiling Mounts
- Includes cord and plug
- Totally enclosed ball bearing motor
- 30” propeller diameter
- 2 Speed
- 1 Phase
- CFM Range: 6259-8402
- RPM Range: 800-1100
FAN HEAD DIMENSIONS: 15.75" L x 33.39" W x 33.39" H
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- Air Circulator Fans
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- Width: 33.39" Depth: 15.75" Height: 33.39"
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California Residents: WARNING- This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, please visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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