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7" x 7" 310 CFM 3-Speed Commercial Grade Pivoting Blowers
The Air King Commercial Grade Pivoting Blowers are a perfect fit for any job site. The compact size makes them a great fit where space is tight.
Over the forty years Air King has been in business, they have developed something of a reputation for manufacturing quality ventilation products, offering products at a good value, and providing excellent service for their products. Air King believes that a home is more than just a house, it is a sanctuary from the busy world, so shouldn't it be comfortable as well? Their mission is to make homes healthier, more comfortable, and more convenient, and they have delivered for over 40-years.
Floor Use Only
Motor: 3-speed 1/13 Horsepower 1 phase totally enclosed ball bearing and permanently lubricated with permanent split capacitor
Controls: Side Mounted Rotary Dial Switch
Power Cord: 7' Black SO Type with 3-Conductor and GFCI
Is this or another fan quiet enough and strong enough for a 1000 sq. ft. classroom?
A. The Air King 9555 is definitely strong enough to handle that job. The sound levels very with the speed you run the fan at. the lowest setting being 69 decibels, going up to 73 at medium and 77 at high. 60-70 is normal conversational volume level.
What is the CFM rating for the Air King 9555 model?
A. The CFM ratings for the Air King 9555 are Low: 270 Med: 310 and High 350.
6" x 6" 325 CFM 3-Speed Commercial Grade Pivoting ...
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