Window / Wall Mounted Axial Fan
- Standard size 305mm
- Air volume flow rates up to 0.53 m3/s
- Static pressures up to 80 Pa
- 5 speed reversible controller supplied
- Telescopic wall liner supplied
- Suitable for operating temperatures up to +40℃
- Available in AC
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Features and Benefits
The SAX is designed for installation into windows, panels, ceilings, as well as most solid or cavity walls.
Designed and supplied with all the necessary fixings, which means «easy fix mounting by one installer alone for the complete installation of the fan.
Units are manufactured from shock proof, heat resistant white plastic with a temperature stability of 107 C, robust, durable and non corrosive, with internal and external finger proof grille.
Units are splash proof with IPX4 protection as required under current electrical regulations.
Each SAX unit has a two year warranty.
Unit casings shall be manufactured from shockproof, heat resistant white plastic. The fans shall be suitable for installation into window, wall or ceiling mounted applications. All «built in units shall have a telescopic wall liner for installations between 240mm and 315mm and 5m 4 core cable to assist installation. All units have IPX4 protection and are splash proof as required under current electrical regulations.
Motors have sealed for life, self lubricating bearings which do not require ventilation. They are sealed in a housing, ensuring quiet operation of the fan. Motors shall be Class B insulated to EN 60034-5. Motors are connected in accordance with EN60335-1, double insulated with in-built thermal overload protection. The fan shall be suitable for operating temperatures up to +40C.
Axial impellers shall be provided with fixed blade angles to meet the required duty. The impeller construction shall comprise of white plastic.
Units are to be designed and manufactured with procedures as defined in BS EN ISO 9001. All SAX units are to be tested to ISO 5801:2007 (airside performance) and BS 848 Part 2:1985 (sound performance).