Direct drive fan

ADD Direct Drive Tubeaxial Fans from Continental Fan do not use belts or pulleys and features a capacity range up to 61,000 cfm.

01/01/2010


 

 

 

ADD Direct Drive Tubeaxial Fans from Continental Fan do not use belts or pulleys and features a capacity range up to 61,000 cfm. The fan is constructed of heavy-duty welded steel with angle ring flanges, which incorporates a spark resistant, cast aluminum airfoil impeller. The fan is mountable in any position in ductwork and features factory-set adjustable pitch blades, a totally enclosed fan cooled motor, and is available in a size range of 12 to 60 in.

 

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