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The P124S is designed for high-powered air movement in a compact sized fan. Turning at 3450 rpm, the fan is small but mighty. Perfect for the department that wants to eject smoke and have a small unit for confined space ventilation. This fan has a standard TEAO electric motor.

SuperVac 12 Inch, 1/2 HP, Elctric Motor Smoke Ejector

PT#: P124S

SuperVac 12 Inch, 1/2 HP, Elctric Motor Smoke Ejector

:: Specifications

  • Motor Manufacturer: Franklin Electric Motor
  • Horsepower: 1/2HP
  • Voltage: 120/240V
  • Cubic feet per minute: 2590 CFM
  • Dimensions:
    • Height: 15-1/2 in.
    • Width: 15 in.
    • Depth: 13 in.
  • Weight: 42 pounds

:: Features

  • Square construction design for strength and stability
  • Designed with four (4) carrying handles on each corner for easy positioning and rapid deployment
  • All components are manufactured and assembled in the United States
  • Blade is driven by a 1/2 Horsepower Franklin electric motor that is operational with any 120 or 240 volt system
  • Designed with a totally enclosed air over motor casing to ensure the motor protection
  • Entire frame of the unit is constructed of steel and surrounds the four-blade 12 in. recurve tip blade to enhance lifting and user safety
  • Blade is constructed of precision cast aluminum alloy #713
  • Blade is precision balanced and attached to the engine shaft for a direct drive connection
  • Designed to attach a ventilation air duct to either the inlet or outlet side of the fan
  • Designed to be used in conjunction with either a spiral or "L" air ducting and its Super Vac adapters
  • Front and rear safety guards are designed to OSHA and U.L. Standards to prevent accidental contact with the blade
  • Tested to AMCA 210 for air movement
  • Air movement exceeds 2590 cubic feet per minute

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