Mixed-flow in-line fans

MFT mixed-flow in-line fans are designed for light commercial ventilation applications.


MFT mixed-flow in-line fans are designed for residential and light commercial ventilation applications. Courtesy: Continental FanMFT mixed-flow in-line fans feature a UV-resistant plastic housing and a two-speed motor. MFT fans are available in 4-, 6-, 8-, 10-, and 12-in. duct diameters and are ideally suited for either supply or exhaust ventilation systems. The fans have the airflow capacities up to 1,051 cfm. The fans are UV- and corrosive-resistant and suitable for air temperatures up to 140 F.

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