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Attwood Turbo 4000 Series II Water-Resistant, In-Line Blower - 12V - White

Attwood Turbo 4000 Series II Water-Resistant, In-Line Blower - 12V - White
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Turbo 4000 Series II In-Line Blower
Part #: 1749-4

Attwood's improved Turbo 4000 Series II sets the standard for in-line blower performance. Utilizing advanced fan blade design techniques, Attwood has developed a blower system that matches air flow of existing in-line blowers at a significantly reduced noise level. The first vane axial-flow fan bilge blowers designed using aerospace technology to maximize performance. No other bilge blowers in the industry provide such powerful system output at such a low power input in a compact size.

Patented in-line design - provides ventilation for engine compartments, galleys, bilges, and heads. Mounting feet allow vertical or horizontal installation in confined spaces. Install with #10 fasteners. Individual carton includes 2 tie straps. All are CE certified. 16-gauge tinned and caulked copper wire leads.

Features:
  • Nickel-plated motor can for corrosion resistance
  • Stiffening ribs to reduce housing distortion
  • Motor cap to seal wires and motor for water resistance
  • Five-blade fan maximize airflow and efficiency
  • Tabs in intake and exhaust hold ventilation hose/clamp firmly in place
  • Low amp draw motor for longer blower and battery life
  • Built-in mounting feet allow easy vertical or horizontal install
  • 3-Year Warranty
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Attwood Turbo 4000 Series II Water-Resistant, In-Line Blower - 12V - White 1749-4 ATTWOOD TURBO 4000 BLOWER 200 CFM WATER RESISTANT 12V WHITE
$28.13
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