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Roof fan plastic - DHA 190 E2P 50

Roof fan plastic - DHA 190 E2P 50
Roof fan plastic - DHA 190 E2P 50
Roof fan plastic - DHA 190 E2P 50
Roof fan plastic - DHA 190 E2P 50
Roof fan plastic - DHA 190 E2P 50

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  • Brand: Ruck fans
  • AC-motor
  • Up to 560 m3/h
  • Speed controllable

Ruck® roof fan plastic with isolating switch

The Ruck® roof fan plastic (DHA P series) has a horizontal blow-out direction and can be operated with a 5 or 7-step transformer (TEE or TES), depending on the type of fan.

The roof fan has an isolating switch, integrated electronics and built-in temperature control to prevent burn out. The plastic roof fan is mounted directly on a Ruck® roof socket (DSF series) or a sound-insulated plinth silencer (DSS series). In addition, the roof fan is equipped with rearward curved vanes. The advantages of this are that the fan has a higher efficiency, a lower power consumption and a lower noise level at higher pressure differences. The Ruck® DHA P series is available with capacities ranging from 300m³/h up to 900m³/h.

Ruck ventilatoren GmbH, is a leading German company with more than 25 years of experience. They are market leaders in the field of horizontally blowing plastic roof fans with isolating switch. With more than 300 enthusiastic employees, they work together on new developments and techniques on a daily basis. The company ensures quality assurance in order to deliver a great product with the latest ERP (Energy Related Product) requirements.

  • Weather-resistant plastic ASA, RAL 7012
  • Maintenance-free ball bearing
  • Built-in thermal switch
  • With adjustable speed
  • Rearward curved radial fan
Click here to go to the Ruck website. Here you will find interactive diagrams in which you can easily find the pressure, power usage, efficiency, noise levels and rounds per minute for a certain air flow.

It is possible to request a quote for orders with a minimum of 3 products and an ordervalue of £1000 (ex. VAT) or higher. This can be done via our request a quote page.

Brand Ruck ventilatoren GmbH
Category Roof fan plastic
GTIN 4061199022095
Manufacturer's item number 134990
Article number 65134990


Number of phases 1~
Number of poles 2
Type of motor control V
Capacitor µ 2 µF
Capacitor Voltage 400 V
Weight 4.83 kg
IP Complete Unit IPX4
IP Terminal Box IP44
IP Motor IP33
Insulation Class Motor F
Max. Operating Current 0.32 A
Max. pressure 350 Pa
Max. Air Volume 560 m³/h
Max. Current Consumption 0.32 A
Max. power consumption 53 W
Max. Static Efficiency 28.4 %
Max. allowed Medium Temperature 70 °C
Max. allowed Medium Temperature at Rated Current 70 °C
Max. allowed Ambient Temperature 70 °C
Max. allowed Ambient Temperature at Rated Current 70 °C
Max. number of revolutions 2660 1/min
Max. Total Efficiency 28.6 %
Min. allowed Voltage 80 V
Min. Operating Temperature -25 °C
Motor Protection TMI
Motor type 1~
Nominal frequency 50 Hz
Nominal power consumption 53 W
Nominal voltage 230 V
Nominal current 0.3 A
Rated Speed 2320 1/min
Blocked current 3.37 A
Category code 35



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