AFCO 80177 Electric Cooling Fan, 16 Inch S-Blade
Universal Fit, Electric Cooling Fan Type, Single Fan Quantity, 16 Inch Fan Diameter
- Fans are made from glass-filled nylon and are rated at zero static
- They are also reversable, so it can be used as a puller or pusher
- Has a low amp draw and can be mounted in front or rear of radiator
- Has a 3.25" depth at motor and draws 17.7 amps
- It has 10 blades and features an all nylon construction
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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