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Suncourt 8 in. Centrifugal Tube Fan


8 in. Centrifugal Tube Fan

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Product Overview

High volume and pressure 8 in. centrifugal fan has lower power consumption. UV protected thermal plastic resin housing construction. Uses include in-line duct boosting, ventilation, and hydroponic applications.

  • High volume and pressure
  • Powerful 650 CFM
  • Installs in any position
  • Ball bearings are permanently sealed and lubricated
  • Backward inclined blades
  • Sealed air/water tight housing
  • UV protected/flame retardant thermal plastic resin
  • Vibration absorbing material
  • 140°F (60°C) maximum air stream temperature
  • Thermally protected motor with auto reset
  • Includes mounting brackets
  • ETL listed
  • 5 year limited warranty
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Customer Questions & Answers

What is power consumption of this tube fan? How many amps or watts at full speed?

Can it be wired to a variable speed control switch for adjusting the air flow? Is there a maximum duct length for venting to outside from either the intake or blower side of the fan?
Asked by: earj
Power consumption is 155 watts at peak and 1.7 amps. It can be wired with a fan speed control. Do not use a rheostat. There is no way to calculate maximum length of duct rating for this fan. Type of duct, elbows, L turns, etc. are all variables however this is a high pressure fan designed for longer duct runs.
Answered by: Suncourt
Date published: 2015-09-20
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