Hazardous Location Cooling Fan

Often used to cool warehouse aisles and production lines, these fans generate a stream of air that travels farther than air from conventional fans. They have a motor that is UL listed for Class I, Group D; Class II, Groups F and G hazardous environments. All fans have a totally enclosed motor enclosure, which can be used in dirty, dusty, and damp environments. Fans with wheels can be rolled into place before they are hardwired. They do not allow for movement once the unit is in use. Direct-drive fans have fewer moving parts than belt-drive fans for less maintenance.

Features and Benefits

  • Front & rear OSHA style concentric circle wire guards.
  • Rugged spark-resistant cast aluminum propellers are standard.
  • Industrial grade TEFC motors are standard.
  • Explosion proof motors available for hazardous locations.
  • Available in low, medium or high stands to meet varied centerline height requirements.
  • Medium and high stand fans rotate 180 degrees on their center mount axis.
Blade Diameter   36"
Airflow  20,000 cfm
Volume  86 dB @ 15 ft.
Motor Speed  1,750 rpm
Number of Speeds  1
Power  3 hp
Voltage  230/460V AC
Electrical Phase  Three
Current 8.2/4.1 A
  Height 51"
  Width 42"
  Depth 32"
Power Source  Electric
Electrical Connection  Hardwire
Fan Head Movement  Non-Oscillating
Drive Type  Direct
Motor Enclosure Type  Totally Enclosed
Environment  Hazardous Location
Housing Material  Steel
Blade Material  Aluminum
Guard Material  Steel
Mobility  Stationary
Mount Type  Freestanding
Mounting Location  Floor
Features  Wheels
Specifications Met  UL Listed Class I, Group D; UL Listed Class II, Group F; UL Listed Class II, Group G
RoHS  Not Compliant
REACH  Not Compliant
DFARS  Specialty Metals COTS-Exempt
Country of Origin  United States