Explosion Proof Panel Mount Exhaust Fan 18 inch 3200 CFM Direct Drive P18-4
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NOTE: HAZARDOUS LOCATION FANS ARE SPECIAL NON-STOCK ITEMS AND CANNOT BE RETURNED OR CANCELLED.
Fans are sturdily constructed, direct drive, horizontal discharge for industrial, commercial and farm applications.
Class I - Group C & D
Class II - Group F & G
Sturdily constructed direct drive, horizontal discharge fan.
Durable powder coat finish.
Standard heavy duty OSHA motor mount/guard.
Motors are totally enclosed, with overload protection.
- Model No.:
- P18 -4
- 115 / 208 / 230
- New York
- Explosion Proof Fans
- Blade Size (Inches):
- CFM High:
- Decibels (dBA):
- 73 @ 5ft
- Dimension Inches:
- Width: 23-1/4" Depth: 14" Height: 23-1/4"
- Drive Type:
- Limited Warranty:
- 1 Year Limited
- Motor Type:
- Explosion Proof
- 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.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
I need an exhaust fan for a 8x7 spray booth. What size would I need?
It is very typical to have enough CFM to exchange the air iin a paint booth once every minute. So, you need to calculate the cubic feet of your booth, then choose a hazardous location fan with 5 to 10% more CFM than is in your space, this helps make up for static pressure that will be present.