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SFT Shutter Exhaust Fan 24 inch 3746 CFM Direct Drive SFT-2400A

SFT Shutter Exhaust Fan 24 inch 3746 CFM Direct Drive SFT-2400A
Model:
SCF-SFT-2400A
Build Time:
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Ships By:
UPS Ground
Warehouse:
Minnesota
Brand:
Schaefer Ventilation
MSRP: $571.74
Only $459.80
Subtotal: $459.80
Quantity Price Each
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Schaefer's shutter style exhaust fans offer an energy efficient solution to meet low to medium exhaust airflow requirements. These exhaust fans work perfectly in thin-walled buildings requiring exhaust fans with a low profile such as greenhouses.

Features:

low profile makes fan ideal for thin-walled buildings and where space is limited.
aluminum blade and rugged pvc shutter provides durability and longer life.
heavy-duty motors are totally enclosed and maintenance free for worry free use.
fan mounts flush to the exterior wall.
variable speed when used with optional speed controls - not included with fan.

Specifications
Model No.:
SFT -2400A
Voltage:
120
Made In U.S.A.:
Yes
Type:
Exhaust Fans
Amps:
2.04/1.61
Assembled:
Yes
Blade Material:
Aluminum
Blade Size (Inches):
24
No. of Blades:
4
CFM Low:
2998
CFM High:
3746
Construction:
Steel
Drive Type:
Direct
Horsepower:
1/6
Limited Warranty:
2 Year
Motor Type:
TE
Phase:
1
Speed(s):
2
Weight lbs.:
35
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