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Upblast Roof Ventilator: Contaminated, High Efficiency, Variable Speeds, 115V AC, Single Phase, Wire Leads, 1050 to 1550 rpm

Item # 682Z975

$1,437.00 Each

Product Specs

For Air Type: Contaminated
Type: High Efficiency
Number of Speeds: Variable
Voltage: 115V AC
Phase: Single
Electrical Connection: Wire Leads
Wheel Diameter: 14 3⁄4 in
Maximum Airflow: 2,808 cfm
Base Size Square: 22 1⁄8 in
Maximum Inlet Temperature: 300 ° F
Wheel Material: Aluminum
Mounting Location: Wall
Airflow: 2743 cfm at 0.125 in SP; 1823 cfm at 1.250 in SP; 2110 cfm at 1.000 in SP; 2226 cfm at 0.875 in SP; 2329 cfm at 0.750 in SP; 2422 cfm at 0.625 in SP; 2509 cfm at 0.500 in SP; 2594 cfm at 0.375 in SP; 2671 cfm at 0.250 in SP
Application: Commercial; Schools; Restaurants; Industrial Applications
Assembly Required: Assembled
Blade Diameter: 22 1⁄8 in
Current: 5.5 A
Display Sell UOM: EA
Drive Style: Direct-Drive
Electric Frequency: 60 Hz
Fan Speed: 1050 to 1550 rpm
Fan Style: Centrifugal
Features: Leak-proof Spun Aluminum Construction Features a Fully Rolled Windband for Increased Stability
For Square Opening: 13 in
Housing Material: Spun Aluminum
Includes: (1) Speed Control; (1) NEMA 1 Junction Box, Mounting Plate
Maximum Brake Horsepower: 0.72 BHP; 0.43 BHP; 0.22 BHP
Motor & Drive Assembly: Yes
Motor Horsepower: 3/4 HP
Motor Style: EC Motor
Noise: 14.9 Sones @ 0.500-In. SP @ 5 Ft.; 17.5 Sones @ 0.250-In. SP @ 5 Ft.; 17.8 Sones @ 0.125-In. SP @ 5 Ft.
Outside Diameter: 28.875 in
Overall Height: 28.875 in
Shaft Diameter Wheel End: 0.625 in
Specifications Met: AMCA Sound and Air; UL/cUL 762
Wheel Style: Backward Inclined Centrifugal
Variable Speed Control Included: Yes

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • USA

About Upblast Ventilators

Direct dirty or contaminated exhaust away from the surface of the roof or wall with these upblast ventilators. Ideal for industrial or commercial kitchen applications, these fans are commonly used to exhaust air containing odors, fumes, and grease vapor.

With fewer moving parts than belt drive ventilators and a motor mounted directly on the fan shaft, direct drive ventilators are more efficient, compact, lighter weight, easier to clean, and require less maintenance than belt drive fans. They offer less control over speed and are typically louder than belt drive units.