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Axial fan square 450mm – 5365m³/h – aRok
Axial fan square 450mm – 5365m³/h – aRok
Axial fan square 450mm – 5365m³/h – aRok
Axial fan square 450mm – 5365m³/h – aRok
Axial fan square 450mm – 5365m³/h – aRok

Axial fan square 450mm – 5365m³/h – aRok

Article number: 19401116


Brand: Air Roxy


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£320.44

Axial fan square 450mm - 5365m³/h - aRok

The aRok square axial fan has a diameter of 450 mm, can ventilate up to 5365 m³/h and can easily be mounted in the wall.

This fan is suitable for ventilating industrial areas, cows and pigsties and sheds, for example. The airRoxy aRok square axial fans have a single-phase asynchronous motor with ball bearing and is protected by a thermal fuse. The powder coating on the steel gives the fan a nice black colour.

If you have an order of 3 or more products and an order value of at least £1000 (ex. VAT), request your quote here.

Brand Air Roxy
Categorie Axial duct fan
GTIN 5901583202261
Manufacturer's item number 19401116
Article number 19401116

Specifications

Connection voltage 220 Volt
Ampere 1.15 A
Protection rating (IP) IPX4
Width 575 mm
Depth 110 mm
Pressure 2 240 Pascal
Plug Connection terminals
Frequency 50 Hz
Sound 69 dB
Height 575 mm
Hygrostat None
Blind flap None
Kleur Black
Volume flow rate unloaded 5365 Kubieke me
Housing material Steel-treated
Max. air temperature 60 Graden Cel
Weight 8 Kilogram
Revolutions 1350 p/m
Electrical power consumption 250 Watt
Timer None
Shape Square
Impeller diameter 460 mm

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Energy prices are skyrocketing, and decesion have to be made between eating or heating. It is time to make our homes more sustainable and thus save energy. In summer, our homes use less energy than in winter. In summer you are outside more often and the heating does not have to be switched on. In winter, we often keep the windows closed to keep the heat in, but unfortunately that is when the problems arise. There is no fresh air coming into our well insulated houses. The lack of fresh air leads to high CO2 levels, which in turn leads to various health complaints.
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