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Model # BF30DDORGPRO

Internet # 204627482

Store SKU # 1000026418

30 in. Industrial Heavy Duty 2-Speed PRO Drum Fan

$189.00 /each

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Model # BF30DDORGPRO

Internet # 204627482

Store SKU # 1000026418

Store SO SKU # 705634

The BF30DDORGPRO is an ideal fan for workshops, garages, warehouses, and anywhere people and machines need to be kept cool. This model offers a reliable, economical solution to all your medium sized ventilation requirements. Construction site jobs, such as drying out water-damaged areas or speeding the curing process of concrete, tile and drywall are only a few of the many uses for this fan. Accessories include XXWBRKT3042, XXWALLARM, XXBF30COVERBLK and XXBF2430DUCT.

  • 2-speed thermally protected 120-Volt, 60 Hz, PSC commercial motor
  • Rugged roll-formed pre-coated steel housing for improved durability and rust-resistant OSHA compliant grilles
  • Convenient handle for portability and non-skid positioning legs
  • Prepositioned hanging hardware receivers for installation of optional hanging kits
  • Low setting offers 3850 CFM and on high 5500 CFM

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.) 
11.25 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
33 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
32 in 
Fan diameter (in.) 
30 
Product Depth (in.) 
11.25 
Product Height (in.) 
33 
Product Width (in.) 
32 
Details
Assembly Required 
No 
Color Family 
Orange 
Cord Length (ft.) 
7.5 
Fan Type 
Drum Fan 
Grounded 
Yes 
Housing Material 
Steel 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor 
Ionizing 
No 
Mounting style 
Standalone 
Number of Fan Speeds 
Product Weight (lb.) 
42 lb 
Remote Control 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Slip-resistant feet 
Yes 
Thermostat 
No 
Timer 
No 
Wheels 
Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
OSHA Compliant,cUL Listed,1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
2-Year limited 

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Brand: MaxxAir
Price: $150 - $200
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor
Mounting style: Standalone
Review Rating: 4 & Up
Number of Fan Speeds: 2
Assembled Height (in.): 33 in
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What is the outside diameter of the fan cage? Trying to make sure this would fit 30" filter to attach to fan.

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March 15, 2016
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The cage measures 32inch diameter
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January 5, 2015
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Please note we do not recommend using a filter as it could cause the motor to overheat (the motor has to work harder to get air through the filter) and will void the warranty.
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January 5, 2015
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The outer diameter of the fan drum is 30 inches. However, there is a rounded bevel at the front and rear edges of the drum which adds 1/2 inch to each side making the total width of the drum cage 31 inches.
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January 4, 2015
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The outer steel ring of the fan screen is right at 30". There are 6 screws that hold the fan screen in place. The fan screen has tabs that extend out for the screws to go through and those screws installed through the screen are right at 31" on center. The outer steel housing of the fan unit is 32".
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January 3, 2015
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The outside diameter is 32". However, there are a pair of 7" wheels mounted on an axle that is mounted tangent to the circular fan housing. They take a bite out of the circumference. There is about 1/2" between the side of the wheels and the grill of the fan, so you could probably tuck the filter in between the wheel and the fan, or clip off one corner of the filter and make it fit.
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Littleton, MA
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January 2, 2015
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The diameter of the fan cage is 33-inches, while the diameter of the housing is 34-1/2 inches
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New Motor

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Pensacola, Fl.
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August 30, 2015
Anyone know where I can purchase a replacement motor for this fan.
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September 3, 2015
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Contact customer service at your local Home Depot. They can help you get one.
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September 2, 2015
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Grainger or McMaster-Carr
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September 2, 2015
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Replacement motors can be purchased from our replacement parts website found below:
http://www.bvcreplacement.com/magento/index.php/xe421a-replacement-motor-for-bf30dd.html
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Does someone know how loud is the fan in terms of dB?

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I would like to use it for venting my woodshop and I'm trying to avoid something too loud.
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On High Setting, Next to the Fan, 78-80 dB. At 15 feet 63-65 dB
On Low Setting, Next to the Fan, 73-75 dB, At 15 feet, 61-62 dB
This is in my shop with the fan resting on the floor, and with the overhead door lowered to the top of the fan, which creates a circular flow in the shop with the fan venting out.
"Next to the fan" measurements were taken from the intake side of the fan, moving the SPL meter Read More
On High Setting, Next to the Fan, 78-80 dB. At 15 feet 63-65 dB
On Low Setting, Next to the Fan, 73-75 dB, At 15 feet, 61-62 dB
This is in my shop with the fan resting on the floor, and with the overhead door lowered to the top of the fan, which creates a circular flow in the shop with the fan venting out.
"Next to the fan" measurements were taken from the intake side of the fan, moving the SPL meter around until I found the loudest reading.
"At 15 feet" measurements were taken with the SPL at my shop desk about 15 feet from the fan, and at ear level.
This fan moves a large volume of air rather than moving it at high velocity. It is big, but it has proved highly useful.
I primarily use it for three purposes:
I use it during operations that create fine dust, such as machining MDF, that overwhelm my dust collector. It clears the shop rapidly, but generally does not stir up the dust accumulated on the floor or other surfaces.
I also use it when applying lacquer to clear the solvent fumes. Because it moves a high volume of air, at low velocity, it quickly clears the fumes without getting crud on the finish.
On very hot days, I use it to cool the entire house. I run the fan in the shop doorway, but also open the attic access in the shop ceiling, and open the door that joins the shop to the kitchen. The fan is able to draw air in through the windows in the house, out through the kitchen, and then out the shop door, and draws the hot air out of the attic as well.
Two other uses: During testing season, I brought it to my school and set it up in an exit door to exhaust air out the warm south-west side of the building and pull it in through the windows on the cooler north-east side. I have also used it to create a high volume airflow to dry out a basement following a burst pipe incident. Read Less
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Using my Radio Shack sound level meter (C weighted, slow response) while standing in front of the fan inside my two car garage with the door closed -
12 ft. away 82 dB on high and 74 dB on low
8 ft away 83 dB on high and 76 on low
no matter the numbers I find the fan is rather noisy on the high setting, YMMV.
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May 25, 2015
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Hi woody,
Unfortunately we do not have any kind of certified sound test results for the BF30DDORGPRO.
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Would like to see a diagram of wiring harnass

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The wiring diagram is attached.
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There isn't really a "wiring harness", just a standard 3 wire plug, and I don't recall getting any product literature with the fan, so I can't help you with a diagram, but since no one else seems to be answering you, I'll tell you what I can observe about how it is wired.
The motor is a pretty standard looking capacitor start induction motor. The neutral and ground go directly to the motor and the motor Read More
There isn't really a "wiring harness", just a standard 3 wire plug, and I don't recall getting any product literature with the fan, so I can't help you with a diagram, but since no one else seems to be answering you, I'll tell you what I can observe about how it is wired.
The motor is a pretty standard looking capacitor start induction motor. The neutral and ground go directly to the motor and the motor frame respectively. The hot is wired to a three position rocker switch (low/off/high). The connections are all made with spade connectors, so if you were wanting to hard wire it into a wall switch, it would be pretty easy to run a four conductor lead from a standard three position fan switch to the fan, bypassing the factory installed switch. The switch assembly is secured with a single screw and it would be pretty easy to remove it. The motor leads appear to be plenty long, so I think you could fairly easily replace the switch with a junction box, match up connections to your romex and lead it all to a remote switch location.
Assuming that you are asking about the wiring because you want to hard mount this fan, you might like to know that there are four threaded inserts on each side of the fan housing that appear to be intended for just that purpose.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great industral standard fan! Excellent work fan. A must for auto repair shop / smog check station, and perfect fan for motorcycle trackdays. The fan is very steady doesn't move around when fan is on like others. Over all I will strongly recommend this fan. March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great purchase! Does everything you could ever want a fan to do. Works great in the garage. June 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 30" Maxx air fan Lil loud on hi but pushes plenty of air through my 16x24 shop low works great for my size shop June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great fan that cools polebarn well on hot days. This is a sturdy fan that allows us to cool off when working on hot days in our pole barn up north. I feel this is well worth the money! May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good fan Use this f8r my daughter outdoor graduation party. It was placed in a tent and kept the tent cool. June 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very Nice Fan Nice fan. It's sturdy and has good size wheels that makes it easy to move around the shop. It rolls over hoses, cords and other things in the floor with no problems. The fan is 2 speed and is relatively quiet for a fan of it's size. I sat it by the door of my shop and used it as an exhaust fan. Worked nicely removing fine sawdust in the air. One observation - the fan had several nice dents and dings. The box it came in was in pretty good shape so I'm not sure how or when the damage occurred. No big deal for a shop fan but I deducted one star for lack of product preservation. Please view the photos and videos of the fan. Overall a good solid product. December 23, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value for drum fan Purchased two fans. One had handle to wrap up power cord on the other did not have this type of handle. They should keep the handle where you can wrap up the power cord onto. February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Moves lots of air This will take the place of a stand type oscillating fan in the garage. I now can set it in front of the truck so that is blows air underneath where I need it. Easy to move around with the handle and wheels so I can quickly re-position it to where it is needed the most. I love the cool looking orange color. It has two speeds and there is differently a difference between high and low. December 22, 2014
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