ECo Portable Mancooler 42 inch Variable Speed Direct Drive 15250 CFM EC42DD
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New from Airmaster Fans, the ECo Mancooler is the first mancooler with EC (Electrically Commutated) motor technology. This motor is twice as efficient as motors currently used, and can save money and maintenance.
1 HP, Totally Enclosed Motor (IP56)
Steel Hubbed Wheels with Locking Casters
Handle and Cord Wrap on Each Side
Guards are OSHA Compliant
4 Blade Aluminum Properller
10' Grounded Plug
Made in the USA
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- Portable Blower Fans
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- Width: 44-1/2" Depth: 26" Height: 48"
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- Limited Warranty:
- 2 Year Limited
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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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Hi...does this fan have "infinite" settings, meaning, not a low, medium, high? Does this dial up and down gradually?
This fan is variable speed, not multi-speed, so the speed does dial up and down.
What is decibel range. Is it loudet than the belt drives?
The manufacturer has not done a sound level rating on this unit as of yet. Typically yes, a direct drive fan will be louder than a belt drive due to the fact that the blade is turning at considerablly higher RPM's.