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Vents-US ICF-100N-4/8-300/2 Commercial Parking Garage Exhaust Fan w Danfoss VLT Micro Drive

Vents-US ICF-100N-4/8-300/2 Commercial Parking Garage Exhaust Fan w Danfoss VLT Micro Drive

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The ICF-100N-4/8-300/2 3 phase 400 Volt/50 HZ 60 HZ with Micro drive (and Operating temp of 300 Celsius for 2 Hrs) Parking Garage exhaust fan features Induction centrifugal fans and are designed for general purpose ventilation of underground and semi open parkings areas, smoke extraction in case of fire as a part of smoke extract system. The fans generate a high-speed and high-pressure directed air jet.

The casing is made of polymer coated steel and given the height of the casing the fan is recommended for use in low-ceilinged rooms. The protecting grille on the intake side prevents ingress of foreign objects into the fan and deflector plates on the exhaust side of the fan ensure correct air flow distribution.

Vents ICF fans are designed for ceiling mounting and fixation by means of the supplied fixing brackets. Power is supplied through the internal terminal box. The fan wiring and mounting must be made according to the instructions and the wiring diagram shown in the terminal box.

Features:

  • ICF-- 3 phase 400 Volt/50 HZ 60 HZ with Micro drive and Operating temp of 300 Celsius for 2 Hrs
  • Max 6000 CFM (high speed)
  • Power usage 2.8Kw
  • Operating temp -25 to 300D C (2 hrs)
  • Weight- 305 lbs
  • 78 DB sound pressure
  • 13"H x 63"L x 44"W

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Specifications

Vents-US ICF-100N-4/8-300/2 Commercial Parking Garage Fan

Size13"H x 63"L x 44"W
Max CFM10200/5150 (m3/H) or 6000 CFM
Power Usage2.8Kw
RPM1500 (high Speed) 750 (low speed)
Sound pressureMax speed 78 DB, low speed 63 DB
Weight305 lbs

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