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Fan Catalog
Mfg: Airmaster Fan Co. Published: 2012 Version: January 122 pages
Table of Contents Categorized Listing Unit Packs - 1/3 HP Commercial Air Circulators Component Parts Wall/Ceiling Mount Bracket (Patent #5033711) Wall Mount Bracket Ceiling Mount Bracket Suspension Mount Bracket I-Beam Mount BracKet Safety Cable Heavy Duty Safety Yellow Air Circulators 115V Models Add to My Library
Fan Catalog
Mfg: Airmaster Fan Co. Published: 2008 Version: 9203 99 pages
Sales and marketing were consolidated by AirmasterĀ® in 2002 to improve operations and concentrate on fulfilling customer needs. The factory is complete with engineering staff, certified laboratory for design and development, metal fabricating machinery, and tool and die facilities. Located in Jackson, Michigan, the company maintains stocking warehouses across the U.S., offering the largest line of air moving equipment in North America. Add to My Library
Airmaster Fan Company Catalog
Mfg: Airmaster Fan Co. Published: 2007 Version: January 92 pages
Modular end dome with drop cord and 2 speed switch. 4.012.0 Explosion proof and 3 phase air circulator motors are not supplied with switches or power cords. Use for HD air circulator wall mountings. Use for HD air circulator ceiling mount (non-oscillating only). This safety cable k~ is available for retrofit applications. Add to My Library
Fan Catalog
Mfg: Airmaster Fan Co. Published: 2006 Version: January 64 pages
Airmaster Fan Company traces its roots to the Diehl Fan Company, who patented the first practical electrical fan in 1886. Airmaster maintained each operating independently to different market segments. Sales and marketing were consolidated by Airmaster in 2002 to improve operations and concentrate on fulfilling customer needs. Add to My Library
Airmaster Environmental Control Product Catalog
Mfg: Airmaster Fan Co. Published: 1998 Version: 1010C Rev. 2 40 pages
Properly controlled air movement can be the solution to many plant environmental problems such as heat stratification, hot spots, dampness, and general air stagnation. However, the most common application of circulators is to provide comfort cooling in industrial and commercial buildings where air conditioning Is too costly. Add to My Library