AirFlo-SF Exhaust Fan w/ Shutters 16 inch 2417 CFM Variable Speed SF16EVD
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Standard wall fans follow a tradition of quality in design, materials and construction. all our standard wall fans are developed to be efficient and economically priced.
All fans use a totally enclosed, ball bearing motor with thermal overload protection.
The motor mount is manufactured with heavy welded rods and has a powder coated finish.
The fan blades are well-balanced, heavy gauge aluminum.
The rugged steel welded box housing has durable powder coated finish.
Aluminum shutters are supported by long life nylon bushings (30" and 36" have pvc shutters).
All fans are shipped completely assembled.
*note: the motor full load amperage ratings are meant to be used as a general guideline only. the ratings are from the primary motor supplier. these amperage ratings may vary slightly if a different motor supplier is used. it is also possible that a motor manufacture may modify / improve / update a motor in which the amperage rating will change slightly.
a = 21 1/4"
b = 14"
c = 6"
d (center to center) = 20"
e = 18 3/4"
n = 4
- Model No.:
- 115 / 230
- New York
- Exhaust Fans
- 5.0 / 2.5
- Blade Material:
- Blade Size (Inches):
- No. of Blades:
- CFM Low:
- CFM High:
- Decibels (dBA):
- @ 5 ft = 63
- Dimension Inches:
- Width: 21 1/4" Depth: 14" Height: 21 1/4"
- Drive Type:
- Limited Warranty:
- 1 Year
- Motor Type:
- RPM High:
- Weight lbs.:
Questions & AnswersAsk a Question
We are looking for a fan to vent a glass shop. We will have a hood and 16" duct work. How many CFM does this fan move? Should we look at this fan or a centrifugal fan NFC NB15 C 1 E ?
Any time you are moving air through duct work, it is always recommended to use a centrifugal fan over an axial fan. The reason is due to the static pressure that occurs when air is being moved through ducting.