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The HF164 is the most powerful 16 inch fan in the industry. It can easily be used for both negative and positive pressure ventilation. Running at 3500 rpm, it has the power to force or pull air deep into a structure or underground vault. Perfect for the department that wants a powerful fan for negative pressure, positive pressure, or large confined space ventilation.

SuperVac 16 Inch, 1-1/2 HP, High Speed Electric Motor Smoke Ejector

PT#: HF164

SuperVac 16 Inch, 1-1/2 HP, High Speed Electric Motor Smoke Ejector

:: Specifications

  • Motor Manufacturer: Franklin High Speed Electric Motor
  • Horsepower: 1-1/2HP
  • Voltage: 120/240V
  • Cubic feet per minute: 9620 CFM
  • Dimensions:
    • Height: 19-1/2 in.
    • Width: 18-3/4 in.
    • Depth: 16 in.
  • Weight: 56 pounds

:: Features

  • Square construction design for strength and stability
  • Four (4) carrying handles on each corner for easy positioning and rapid deployment
  • All components are manufactured and assembled in the United States
  • Blade is driven by a 1-1/2 Horsepower Franklin electric motor that is operational with any 120 or 240 volt system with a 20 amp circuitry
  • Designed with a totally enclosed air over motor casing to ensure the motor protection
  • Entire frame of the unit is constructed of steel and surrounds the four-blade 16 in. recurve tip blade to enhance lifting and user safety
  • Blade is constructed of precision cast aluminum alloy #535
  • Blade is precision balanced and attached to the engine shaft for a direct drive connection
  • Designed to attach a ventilation air duct to either the inlet or outlet side of the fan
  • Designed to be used in conjunction with either a spiral or "L" air ducting and its Super Vac adapters
  • Front and rear safety guards are designed to OSHA and U.L. standards to prevent accidental contact with the blade
  • Tested to AMCA 210 for air movement
  • Air movement exceeds 9620 cubic feet per minute

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