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"Triangle Fans Direct-Drive General-Purpose Exhaust Fan - 16in., 1/4 HP, 2,600 CFM, Model# GPX1611"

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"Rugged design provides continuous operation in workshops, barns, poultry houses, greenhouses, garages, anywhere air movement controls condensation and reduces stagnant air. 16in. fan delivers 2,600 CFM @ 1,650 RPM. HP 1/4, Air Delivery CFM 2,600, Speeds qty. 1, Dimensions L x W x H in. 21 x 13 x 23, Volts 115, Needs to be Hardwired Yes, Speed RPM 1,650, Fan Diameter in. 16. Totally enclosed air over TEAO thermally protected motor Heavy-gauge galvanized steel fan frame reduces rust and corrosion Built-in shutter opens automatically when fan is turned on and closes when fan is turned off Spiral guard has a polyester powder-coat finish and meets OSHA requirements Built-in shutter with rigid blades for long-lasting, continuous operation Must be hardwired"
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Questions & Answers for "Triangle Fans Direct-Drive General-Purpose Exhaust Fan - 16in., 1/4 HP, 2,600 CFM, Model# GPX1611"

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exhaust fan wall thickness dimension

what is the min/max wall thickness dimension
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Anonymous
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There is no minimum wall thickness to install this unit as long as the product can be supported and the maximum wall thickness would be 8 inches.
answered 1 year ago
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Deminsions

What are the deminisions for the hole that this fan will be fitting into?
asked 3 years, 9 months ago
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Anonymous
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The opening needed to install the fan is 21 3/8" square.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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What is the noise level of this fan?

asked 2 years, 8 months ago
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KenNTennessee
 - TN
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This fan has not been measured or tested to any decibel ratings.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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I was wondering if it is possible to hook ductwork to this fan?

asked 3 years ago
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 - Clear Lake, MN
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Attaching this unit to duct work is not recommended due to the build up of static pressure which could overheat the motor.
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