RTA Upblast Roof Exhaust Fan 60 inch 56770 CFM 3 Phase Belt Drive RTA60T31000
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NOTE: THESE FANS ARE SPECIAL NON-STOCK ITEMS AND CANNOT BE RETURNED OR CANCELLED.
Motor out of airstream.
Sturdily constructed belt drive roof exhausters for industrial & commercial applications.
Galvanized steel wind-band and rain-proof butterfly dampers.
Cast iron pillow block bearings (out of air stream), complete with external grease fittings.
Cast aluminum blades. 12" to 48", 54 to 60" PPG.
Heavy-duty sheaves and belts out of air stream.
Totally enclosed ball bearing motors (clean dry air, maximum 200° F).
- Model No.:
- 208 / 230 / 460
- New York
- Exhaust Fans
- Blade Material:
- Cast Aluminum
- Blade Size (Inches):
- CFM High:
- Decibels (dBA):
- 70 @ 10 ft
- Dimension Inches:
- Width: 66" Depth: 66" Height: 80"
- 50 / 60
- Drive Type:
- Limited Warranty:
- 1 Year Limited
- Motor Type:
- RPM High:
- Weight lbs.:
Notice: Manufacturer's products features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
what do these weigh?
This RTA unit shows to weigh approx. 1800 lbs.
Hello, Is it possible to add a VFD to this motor type?
Yes you can add a VFD to this if you would like.
Here is a link to a unit that would work: