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Ruck® insulated box fan ISOR 3590m³/h diameter 450 mm - ISOR 450 E4 20

Ruck® insulated box fan ISOR 3590m³/h diameter  450 mm - ISOR 450 E4 20
Ruck® insulated box fan ISOR 3590m³/h diameter  450 mm - ISOR 450 E4 20

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  • With sound insulation
  • with adjustable speed

Ruck® insulated box fan

The Ruck® insulated box fan (ISOR series) has an economical motor, and can be operated with the 5-step transformer (TEE 015) and, depending on the size, with electronic control (MTY 1). The insulated box fan from Ruck® can be mounted directly on a tube, but we recommend the corresponding Ruck® fast clamp to reduce vibrations and noise through the duct.

The box fan is equipped with sound insulation and has a built-in thermal switch to prevent burn out. In addition, the box fan is equipped with rearward curved vanes and thus ensures high efficiency. The box fan is mainly mounted on the ceiling but can also be easily mounted on the wall or on the floor. The ISOR series is available with capacities ranging from 310 m3/h to a maximum of 3870 m3/h and with diameters ranging from 125 mm to a maximum of 500 mm respectively.

Ruck ventilatoren GmbH, is a leading German company with more than 25 years of experience. They are market leaders in the field of insulated box fans. 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.

  • Ventilation unit swivels outwards
  • With sound insulation
  • With adjustable speed
  • Metal housing, galvanised
  • 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 ISOR
GTIN 4061199019422
Manufacturer's item number 132572
Article number 65132572


Connection diameter 450 mm
Number of phases 1~
Number of poles 4
Type of motor control V
Capacitor µ 9 µF
Capacitor Voltage 400 V
Weight 67.5 kg
IP Complete Unit IPX4
IP Terminal Box IP44
IP Motor IP54
Insulation Class Motor F
Max. Operating Current 2.6 A
Max. pressure 545 Pa
Max. Air Volume 3590 m³/h
Max. Current Consumption 2.6 A
Max. power consumption 451 W
Max. Static Efficiency 40.3 %
Max. allowed Medium Temperature 65 °C
Max. allowed Medium Temperature at Rated Current 65 °C
Max. allowed Ambient Temperature 65 °C
Max. allowed Ambient Temperature at Rated Current 65 °C
Max. number of revolutions 1435 1/min
Max. Total Efficiency 41.3 %
Min. allowed Voltage 80 V
Min. Operating Temperature -25 °C
Motor Protection TAE
Motor type 1~
Nominal frequency 50 Hz
Nominal power consumption 451 W
Nominal voltage 230 V
Nominal current 2.28 A
Rated Speed 1360 1/min
Category code 35



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