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Roof fan flue gas outlet vertical - DVN 710 D6 F4 30
Roof fan flue gas outlet vertical - DVN 710 D6 F4 30
Roof fan flue gas outlet vertical - DVN 710 D6 F4 30
Roof fan flue gas outlet vertical - DVN 710 D6 F4 30

Roof fan flue gas outlet vertical - DVN 710 D6 F4 30

Article number: 65144600

Brand: Ruck ventilatoren GmbH

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Ruck smoke extractor roof fan vertical for kitchen extraction 18580m3/h - DVN 710 D6 F4 30

The Ruck catering roof fan metal (DVN DF series) has a vertical discharge direction. This roof fan is suitable for extraction of air up to 200 degrees Celsius, making it very suitable for catering extraction. The fan can even handle 400 degrees Celsius temporarily! The smoke fan has a frequency-controlled motor outside the air stream and an integrated grease drain tray with extraction. Attention: the fan must be controlled with a frequency converter.

The smoke roof fan vertical has built-in temperature control to prevent burn out. The metal 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 and blows the air straight up (vertically). 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 DVN D F4 series for catering extraction is available with capacities ranging from 1870m3/h up to 18580m3/h.

Ruck ventilatoren GmbH, is a leading German company with more than 25 years of experience. They are market leaders in the field of catering roof fans for kitchen extraction of air up to 120 degrees Celsius. 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 rotatable
  • Up to 200°C medium temperature
  • Grease drain tray with extraction
  • Motor outside the air stream
  • With adjustable speed
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
GTIN 8719544153760
Manufacturer's item number 144600
Article number 65144600


Number of phases 3~
Type of motor control F
Gewicht 235 kg
IP Motor IP55
Insulation Class Motor F
Max. Operating Current 6.9 A
Max. pressure 720 Pa
Max. Air Volume 18580 m³/h
Max. Current Consumption 6.9 A
Max. power consumption 2768 W
Max. Static Efficiency 58.3 %
Max. allowed Frequency (3˜ motors) 50 Hz
Max. allowed Medium Temperature 200 °C
Max. allowed Medium Temperature at Rated Current 200 °C
Max. allowed Ambient Temperature 50 °C
Max. allowed Ambient Temperature at Rated Current 50 °C
Max. number of revolutions 990 1/min
Max. Total Efficiency 59.4 %
Min. Operating Temperature -20 °C
Motor type 3~
Nominal frequency 50 Hz
Nominal power consumption 2768 W
Nominal voltage 400 V
Nominal current 6.7 A
Rated Speed 980 1/min


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