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Q Standard Utility Blower - 8in., 1/4 HP, 1575 CFM, Model# 39008


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  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds
  • ASIN: B004I5RWZE
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #810,336 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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This Q Standard Utility Blower features a rolled steel opening and auto reset thermal protection for optimal use. Speeds qty. 2, Blower Type Utility blower, Dimensions L x W x H in. 11 1/2 x 9 3/4 x 8 3/4, Volts 120, Watts 165, Air Delivery CFM 1,575, Amps 1.38, Fan Diameter in. 8, HP 1/4, Power Cord ft. 9. Rolled steel opening Auto reset thermal protection Industrial-grade grounded cord Durable carry handle

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Not_A_Bot_12 on November 23, 2012
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This appears to be a really durable item. See the other review from "Georgia Sun" for other specs. This is rated at 65 DB for sound level. That is the same level as a low - moderate vacuum cleaner.

I put a kill-o-watt power meter on the fan. On high speed the unit draws 164 watts (rated on the sticker at 165); Low speed is 142 watts. When 1st turned on it spikes up to over 300 watts.

Other items from comparison:
Note when comparing fans, each has its own purpose. This blower is #1. The numbers are just for reference. For example the untility blower, is a focused blast of air compared to a box fan.

1) Q Standard Utility Blower - Model 39008 - 8" - (1575 CFM)
- High - 164 watts
- Low - 142 watts

2) Lasko box fan draws (2500 CFM)
- High - 87 watts
- Medium - 76 watts
- Low - 64 watts

3) Galaxy 3 speed oscillating fan (16" fan - I think) - unknown CFM
- High - 60 watts
- Medium - 55 watts
- Low - 51 watts

4) 6" Duct blower Inline (like for a bathroom) - (240 CFM)
- 44 Watts

5) 8" Hydrofarm Inline Fan - (720 CFM)
- 218 watts
- using a variable speed controller on low it is about 50-60 watts

6) 8" Inline Fan - Unknown Brand (740 CFM)
- 224 watts
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Georgia Sun on April 28, 2012
I have owned this blower nearly 5 months, it runs 24/7. Blower fits neatly standing atop an 8" duct fitting. Near perfect fit, a little duct tape to seal. An 8" to 6" reducer fits neatly atop the blower, again a little duct tape to seal. Motor is so quiet it is not heard over the considerable roar of the air movement. This blower, according to specs, moves more air (2-3x) for less watts than a Centrifugal type blower and generally costs less. Also according to specs, it is rated at 65 dB and most Centrifugal types are in the upper 70's. Admittedly, I've never owned or checked out a Centrifugal type duct blower so I can only compare by specs. However, Stanley and Lasko make Centrifugal type utility blowers that I have checked out, and this blower..ah..BLOWS them away. YES you can easily adapt this to fit standard 8" ducting. I use a motor speed controller with no problems there. Thus far this fan has been an awesome value and now its longevity remains to be seen. With a 1/4 horsepower motor I expect this fan could easily last for years. I just purchased my second unit on sale. I have wrapped the output side of the blower + the reducer attached there with a "runner" carpet measuring 2' x 8'. This wraps about three time around and lowers the sound level of the rushing air considerably.
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