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Fantech 2SHE0721 Axial Wall Shutter Fan, Direct Drive, 1/30 hp, 115V, 1 PH, TEFC, 7"
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- All ventilators are UL 705 Standards listed
- Heavy duty guards have gray polyester coating to resist corrosion
- OSHA compliant guards
- Totally enclosed motors
- Speed controllable
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Axial Wall Shutter Fan
The Fantech 2SHE Axial Wall Shutter Fan is an efficient, easy-to install exhaust fan with automatic shutters.
7" to 36" diameter deep pitched propeller.
Steel intake guard complies with United States OSHA.
Federal 1/2" max. opening requirement.
Always tested before delivery.
Manufactured to provide reliable performance.
Designed for wall mounting only.
Lightweight and durable, manufactured from aluminum.
Has charcoal gray metallic polyester finish to resist corrosion.
Pre-punched mounting holes allow for easy installation.
Shutter mounted exhaust fans are widely used for ventilating warehouses, stores, factories, workshops, greenhouses and farm buildings. Shutter frames with pre punched mounting holes allow for easy installation.
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Update: After a week the loud clattering noise came back. I did a lot of research and have come to the conclusion that even though the outer portion of the fan seems to be well made. They design of the actual motor is very poorly. The rear end of the motor has a "sleeve" bearing. Meaning the shaft is riding on a sleeve...not a ball bearing. Also the amount of movement of the shaft is significant,, more than 1/2 inch. Which i believe is the main issue of the noise. Im going to try to call Fantech and see if maybe the propeller is unbalanced causing vibration or what. But at this price range I shouldn't have to be going through these steps.
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