SXB Supply Fan 42 inch 9992 CFM Belt Drive SXB42CBMD10075
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These fans are designed and constructed for efficient and economical operation at low speeds and low noise levels. These fans are used in supply applications. This fan comes complete with cabinet, motorized steel control damper and guard.
- Heavy gauge steel fan panel with deep spun and flared venturi for maximum efficiency
- Heavy gauge welded steel motor and bearing supports
- Galvanized heavy gauge steel fan blades that are statically and dynamically balanced.
- Heavy duty cast iron pillow block bearings
- TEFC motors are standard
- Complete with cabinet, motorized steel control damper and discharge guard
NOTE: This product is non-returnable and cannot be cancelled.
A = 47.875 inches Square
B = 49 inches (Belt Drive Motor Frame)
- Model No.:
- New York
- Supply Air Fans
- Blade Material:
- Galvanized Steel
- Blade Size (Inches):
- No. of Blades:
- CFM High:
- Decibels (dBA):
- 58 @ 5ft
- Drive Type:
- Limited Warranty:
- 1 Year Limited
- 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.
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