Metric marine fan

Hartzell Air Movement's Series 47M metric marine duty direct-drive duct axial fan is available in sizes 250 to 1400 mm and is available in steel, stainless steel, or aluminum.

03/14/2014


Hartzell Air Movement's Series 47M metric marine duty direct-drive duct axial fan is available in sizes 250 to 1400 mm and has airflow capabilities up to 130,000 m3 per hour. The Series 47M fan is available in steel, 304 stainless steel, 316 stainless steel, or aluminum along with special coatings such as epoxy or hot dip galvanized. The maximum static pressure for Hartzell's new marine fan is 1000 Pa and the maximum horsepower is 60 kW. Several accessories are available, such as inlet/outlet guards, mounting feet, inspection doors, and companion flanges. Common applications for this marine fan are on oil rigs, workboats, and supply vessels, where it is used to ventilate areas such as engine rooms or crew cabins.

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