TP High Velocity Fan 42 inch w/ Pedestal 22870 CFM 3 Phase TP4218T-X
- Triangle Engineering
- Build Time:
- 10 to 12 Weeks ?
- Ships By:
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*Please be aware that seasonal demand of certain equipment may cause build times to run longer than what is typical.
Triangle's TP Series high velocity direct drive air circulators are easily installed units that offer economical, efficient air cooling for almost any kind of indoor/outdoor location: manufacturing areas, furnace rooms, welding booths, storage and drying rooms, warehouses, spot-cooling of equipment, stockyards, barns, cotton gins, saw mills, shipyards, drilling rigs, live poultry in trucks, etc. The TP fan produces air circulation that will keep an area from becoming stagnant with hot or polluted air.
High efficiency, non-overloading airfoil cast with aluminum blades
All welded, all steel construction
Heavy gauge, expanded metal safety guards
Totally enclosed motors
Durable polyester powder coated finish
OSHA guards available
- Model No.:
- TP4218T -X -RG -900
- 230 / 460
- Made In U.S.A.:
- High Velocity Fans
- Blade Material:
- Blade Size (Inches):
- CFM High:
- Drive Type:
- Motor Type:
- Totally Enclosed
- RPM High:
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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