Axial Explosion Proof Fan Canarm AX12-4″ Inch Fan Size

SKU: AX12-4
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Axial Explosion Proof Fan Canarm AX12-4″ features a rugged steel welded box housing that has a durable powder coated finish. It is certified for hazardous area use which makes it a suitable explosion proof fan inside atmospheres containing ethyl ether, ethylene, gases or vapors of equivalent hazard. Easy to install and requires less maintenance. Weighs 51 lbs., single speed and 8″ inch fan size.

Weight49 lbs

$1,82000

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Axial Explosion Proof Fan Canarm AX12-4″ Inch Fan Size

  • Class 1 Group C
  • Class 1 Group D
  • Class II Group F
  • Class II Group G
  • 10 Inch Fan Size
  • 11″ X 11″ Framing Dimensions
  • Single Speed
  • 1/3 horse power
  • Totally enclosed, ball bearing motor with thermal overload protection.
  • The fan blades are well-balanced, heavy gauge aluminum.
  • The rugged steel welded box housing has a durable powder coated finish.
  • Aluminum louver shutters are supported by long life nylon bushings.
  • Heavy wire chrome plated OSHA guards on intake side of fan.
  • All fans are shipped completely assembled.

Canarm explosion proof fans follow a tradition of quality in design, materials and construction. Using our quality “Standard Fan” housing and motor mount as the basis for design, we have developed an efficient, economically priced explosion proof fan. All Explosion Proof Fans have a single speed and dual voltage explosion proof motor.

Canarm AX12-4″ Inch Fan Size meets all the standards listed below:

Class I, Group C – Atmospheres containing ethyl ether, ethylene, gases or vapors of equivalent hazard.
Class I, Group D – Atmospheres such as acetone, ammonia, benzene, butane, cyclopropane, ethanol, gasoline, hexane, methane, natural gas, naphtha, propane, or gasses or vapors of equivalent hazard.
Class II Group F – Atmospheres containing carbonaceous dust, including carbon black, charcoal, coal, or coke dusts that have more than 8% total entrapped volatiles, or dusts that have been sensitized by other materials so that they present an explosion hazard.
Class II Group G – Atmospheres containing combustible dusts not included in group E or F, including flour, grain, wood, plastic and chemicals.

Dimensions:

FAN SIZEA X A SQUAREBCD c/cEN
8"13 1/4"17 1/2"4"12"10 3/4"2
10"15 1/4"17 1/2"4"14"12 3/4"2
12"17 1/4"20 1/2"6"16"14 3/4"3
18"23 1/4"20 1/2"6"22"20 3/4"4
24"29 1/4"20 1/2"6"28"26 3/4"5

Specifications:

MODELFAN SIZEHPAMPSRPM0" SP.05" SP.10" SP.25" SPFRAMINGWEIGHT
SD08-XPF8"1/36.6/3.31625320280240-11" X 11"38
SD10-XPF10"1/36.6/3.31625620575530-13" X 13"39
SD12-XPF12"1/36.6/3.31625164016001540139015" x 15"42
SD18-XPF18"1/36.6/3.31625320031503090292021" x 21"60
SD24-XPF24"1/36.6/3.31625550054005310510027" x 27"72
Model No.:AX12-4
Voltage:115 / 230
Warehouse:New York
Type:Explosion Proof
Amps:6.6/3.1-3.3
Blade Material:Aluminum
Blade Size (Inches):12
No. of Blades:3
CFM High:1670
Decibels (dBA):63 @ 5ft
Dimension Inches:Width: 16.75" Depth: 18.75" Height: 16.75"
Hertz:60
Drive Type:Direct
Horsepower:3-Jan
Limited Warranty:1 Year Limited
Motor Type:Explosion Proof
RPM High:1725
Phase:1
Speed(s):1
Weight lbs.:49

NOTE: RPM Min (minimum) is determined when louvres are opened one inch

NOTE: Wind has a significant effect on exhaust fans. A 10 mph wind creates a 0.05” pressure gainst the fan. A 20 mph wind creates 0.20” pressure and 30 mph a 0.45” pressure. These pressures are in addition to the static pressure in the building. Wind blocks or hoods should be included in all designs where fans will be subjected to winds above 10 mph.

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  1. Jude

    Happy with my purchase!

    Jude

    I can say that I am very happy with the purchase. With its price and quality, I give this explosion proof fan a 5 star for doing its job well especially in a very dangerous place like mine.

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