Cooling fan for explosive environments

The MIL-901XP fan is rated for use in explosive environments and meets s UL, NEC and ANSI standards.

11/13/2014


The MIL-901XP fan is rated for use in explosive environments and meets s UL, NEC and ANSI standards. Couresty: AMETEK RotronThe MIL-901XP fan by Ametek Rotron meets UL, NEC, and ANSI standards for equipment that will not create an ignition source in explosive environments. It is designed for use in either indoor or outdoor installations where sufficient concentrations of flammable gasses, vapors, or dust are present. Applications include cabinet cooling, heat exchanging, and air exchanging for equipment used in the oil, gas, chemical, mining, and other industries. Construction features include thermal protection, advanced composite propeller material, and permanently lubricated stainless steel ball bearings. Ambient operating temperature range is -54 to +70 C.

AMETEK Rotron

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