Axial Fan, 115VAC, 4-11/16In H, 4-11/16In W
Average Rating: 3.5
|CFM @ 0.000-In. SP||105|
|Mounting Eye O.C.||4-1/8"|
|Motor Type||Shaded Pole|
|Motor Insulation||Class B|
|Max. Ambient Temp.||158 Degrees F|
|Blade Material||Polybutylene Terephthalate|
|Housing Material||Cast Aluminium|
|Housing Finish||Black Painted|
|Requires||Cord Set (Not Included)|
|Standards||UL and cUL Component Recognized|
- Note: Sleeve-bearing fans must be mounted for horizontal airflow only. Ball-bearing and zero-friction fans may be mounted in any position.
- Single-speed fans are not speed-controllable. All AC units are rated at 60/50 Hz (50 Hz operation will decrease CFM by approximately 20%). Zero-friction fans eliminate friction between shaft and bearing for rotational stability. Optional fan guards and cord sets available separately on page 4473. UL and C-UL Recognized Component, CE Certified, and RoHS Compliant.
- Square AC
- Driven with impedance-protected shaded pole or thermally-protected PSC motor.
Average Product Rating: 3.5based on 2 reviews
Order ItemWednesday, March 14, 2012
This was what I ordered and it was the right item. Service was prompt and I would reccomend this company in the future.
Dayton Axial Fan, An Incomplete ProductTuesday, July 14, 2009
The Dayton 4WT47 AC Axial Fan is a thirty dollar product that you will need one or two hours of work to get running properly - and you can't get it running properly by following the enclosed instructions. First off, this is a sleeve motor which must be, according to the instructions, mounted horizontally. This is incorrect. The fan will overheat and burn out if mounted as instructed. This fan's airflow must be horizontal, not the mounting. Second, the optional cord is a two-wire plug, yet this motor must be grounded! A grounding screw hole is provided, but the threads are not standard electrical threads - and I had to search my entire workshop for a screw that would fit. Then I had to strip some solid copper wire off a Romex cable, fasten it to the ground screw, tape the grounding wire to the extra-cost two-prong cable, and find a three-prong grounded plug to fit to the end of the extra-cost cable after I snipped off the plug. When I got the fan to running, finally, I found it to be quite noisy! This Dayton product is a loser. Buy a cheap household fan and aim at your equipment, and spend your leftover change on beer. You'll be better off.
Noisy, no grounding screw, 'optional' cord is two-wire but fan must be grounded