Fantech FR225 Inline Exhaust Fan, 429 CFM, Centrifugal - for 8" Duct

SKU: 972090
Brand: Fantech Model: FR225 Condition: New

Fantech FR225

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Description

Fantech's versatile FR Series fans feature a plastic housing constructed of UL-recognized, UV-protected thermoplastic resin. This tough protective shell allows the fan to be mounted in outdoor and wet locations. Ideal for multiple point exhaust, dual bathroom exhaust, or new room additions, Fantech's FR Series fans are caulked at the motor screws, the wiring cables and along the seams of the fan to prevent moisture from entering the housing. Fantech's FR Series fans have long been the choice of residential builders and remodelers but now can be used for commercial projects with our recent UL commercial applications rating.


Features:

• Prewired and supplied with a mounting bracket for easy installation
• Available singularly with bracket or in a variety of kits for specific applications. Each kit includes the appropriate fan and accessories
• Tested and approved by UL and CSA (or equals)
• Approved for residential and commercial applications and for wet locations
• Suitable for airstream temperatures up to 140° F
• Easy connection using external wiring box with waterproof gasket
• 8" duct diameter
• 100% speed controllable
• Five-year factory warranty

Specifications:

• CFM: 429
• Duct Size: 8"
• RPM: 3100
• Voltage: 115 Volts
• Rated Watts: 137
• Wattage Range: 111-152
• Max. Amps: 1.35

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