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Wattage is amperage multiplied by voltage. Take the listed amperage from the motor info and multiply by 120 volts to find wattage. keywords - watt, wattage, watts
All motors have 1/2 inch shafts. All bearing assemblies have 5/8ths inch shafts. The 6 inch pulley has a 5/8ths inch diameter opening. The 2-3 inch pullies have 1/2 inch openings.
Overheating is usually due to a lack of net free air available for intake air. Increase the availble intake ventilation to keep the fan from overheating. For further help, submit a ticket (http://www.bvc.com/kayako/index.php?/Tickets/Submit)
Excess exhaust ventilation is preferable too insufficient intake ventilation. If a powered ventilator does not have enough intake ventilation, damage may occur to the motor. If a powered ventilator has too much exhaust ventilation, nothing damaging will o...
Sizing an industrial fan is typically done by determining the number of air changes per hour desired for the particular building's activities. At a minimum, you would want 4 air changes per hour. So for instance, you have a building 50 x 50 x 20, in ft...
If you need a Thermostat replacement, purchase part XXFIRESTAT. If you need a Thermostat with Humidity control, purchase part XXDUOSTAT. Thermostat Installation * Thermostats can be mounted in any location but are generally mounted close to the po...
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The maximum environmental operating temperature for a Ventamatic Industrial Fan is 140 degrees farenheit.