AFCO 80177 Electric Cooling Fan, 16 Inch S-Blade
Universal Fit, Electric Cooling Fan Type, Single Fan Quantity, 16 Inch Fan Diameter
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These fans offer the best CFM vs. AMP draw of any electric units we have tested. All fans are made from glass-filled nylon and are rated at zero static. Each fan is also reversable, so it can be used as a puller or pusher.
To reverse the fan, the fan blade can be flipped or the wires can be reversed.
- Low amp draw
- Mount in front or rear of radiator
- Thin design
- Reversible - push/pull
- 3.25" depth at motor
- 17.7 Amp
- 2170 CFM
Catalog Correction: These fans DO NOT include an on/off switch.
Learn more about the importance of using a fan and shroud with our radiators by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
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