AirMax High Velocity Blower Fan 22 inch 8000 CFM (choose mount) AM-221
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We use high-grade zinc-plated hardware and durable powder coat finish for all mounting options.
- *277-volt motors are only recommended for special applications where standard power options are not available or practical.
- AM22 have a four paddle, 22-inch diameter aluminum blade.
- • The motor and blade are mounted in a 16 galvanized steel venturi/housing that is 28.675 inches in diameter at the widest point. Inlet to outlet dimension is 18 inches.
- • Guards are 3/8 inch spaced concentric steel wire guards that meet OSHA requirements are standard.
- • Motors are TEAO, thermal protected. Standard units are ½ hp, single phase, 1725 rpm, 115v (6amps)
- • All fan products are powder coated.
- • All hardware is zinc coated grade 5 or better, nuts are nylon lock nuts.
- • The 1-hp unit is rated at approximately 8,000 CFM, 2-hp unit is rated at approximately 12,000 CFM.
- • 1 hp motor is 85 lbs. 2hp motor is 102 lbs
- Model No.:
- AM -221
- 115 / 230
- South Carolina
- Made In U.S.A.:
- High Velocity Fans
- 9.2 / 4.6
- Blade Material:
- Blade Size (Inches):
- CFM High:
- Decibels (dBA):
- 77 @ 20ft
- Drive Type:
- Limited Warranty:
- 2 Year Limited
- Motor Type:
- Totally Enclosed
- RPM High:
- Weight lbs.:
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