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Rule In-Line Blowers

Rule In-Line Blowers

Description

The Rule In-Line Blowers are designed for efficient, high output operation.

Features

  • Efficient high-volume air flow
  • Slip-on inlet and outlet ducting connections
  • Corrosion resistant nickel-plated motor housing
List Price
$36.54
Your Price
$30.51
In Stock

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Details

Designed for efficient, high output operation, these blowers feature our exclusive front and rear shaft seals and corrosion resistant motor housings for long life. Compact and easily installed on any flat surface, Rule? in-line blowers provide higher air flow, lower amp draw, and quieter operation than standard blowers. For International & US Markets.

Features

  • Efficient high-volume air flow
  • Quiet operation
  • Low amp draw
  • Slip-on inlet and outlet ducting connections
  • Sealed motor shaft for moisture protection
  • Corrosion resistant nickel-plated motor housing
  • IMCI (CE)
  • USCG 183.410 Compliant: Ignition protected


Applications:
Race cars and helmet ventilation
Bus ventilation (engine and bathroom fumes)
Prison van ventilation (cooling, air-freshening)
Blow-up signs and mascots
Tanning booths
Building ventilation

Notable Specifications:
  • Approvals: CE
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 76 x 127 x 81 (mm)
  • ElectricalCharacteristics: 2.9 Amp
  • Flow Rate (US gallons & litres): 135 CFM @ Open Flow
  • Fuse Size: 4 (amp)
  • Voltage: 13.6 (Vdc)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Rule In-Line Blowers 140 In-line blower, 3"
$30.51
In Stock
Rule In-Line Blower 240 In-line blower, 4"
$29.21
In Stock
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