50 Inch Galvanized Weather Hood VFT140861

J & D Manufacturing VFT 36 inch Galvanized Weather Hood VFT140860-A
J & D Manufacturing
Build Time:
3 to 5 Business Days ?
Ships By:
FedEx Ground

Build Time

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*Please be aware that seasonal demand of certain equipment may cause build times to run longer than what is typical.

Galvanized Weather Hoods from J&D Manufacturing help extend the life of your shutter or fan by protecting your investment against harsh weather and severe wind. Weather Hoods are a perfect fit for J&D's ES Shutter Fans, Twister Fans and Shutters, and will also complement fans and shutters from other manufacturers. Weather Hoods are shipped unassembled with easy step-by-step instructions.


  • Protects your fans and shutters against snow, rain and wind
  • Multiple sizes to fit almost any shutter or fan
  • G90 galvanized steel construction
  • Unassembled for easy handling
  • Includes assembly hardware and instructions
  • All VFT140 Series of weather hoods have 1" mounting flanges


Dimensions (Inches):

A= 55-3/4

B= 25-3/4

C= 23-3/4

Model No.:
Dampers, Shutters & Weather Hoods
Galvanized Steel
Dimension Inches:
Width: 41-3/4" Depth: 24-1/4" Height: 25-3/4"
Notice: Manufacturer's products features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
California Residents: warning 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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