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ebm-papst, 230 V ac, AC Axial Fan, 251 x 72mm, 150W

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ebm-papst AC Compact Axial Fans

Brought to you by ebm-papst, this wide range of axial fans are excellent for both cooling and ventilation purposes. The motor is fully integrated within the fan itself, saving space and opening up opportunities for various applications where space is limited. All models are highly reliable and excellent quality.

Features and Benefits

• Sickled Blades
• Varying Speed
• Rotor is coated in black
• Blades are sheet steel and also coated in black
• Excellent air flow
• Impedance protection

What kind of safety features are available with this axial fan?

The motor within these axial fans incorporate a thermal overload protector. This will provide excellent protection to the motor itself in the even of a phase failure or electrical overload. Without the protector build in, the motor could fail or even become damaged. With the protection available, the axial fan will continue the airflow with no interruptions, even in a high pressure environment.

What is an axial fan?

An axial fan is a type of fan commonly used within everyday applications, such as air conditioners, computers and laptops. It causes both air and gas (depending on the application) to flow directly through it in an axial direction at different speeds. Allowing the air flow to be axial at both entry and exit. The most common versions tend to have fewer impeller blades than conventional ducting fans or centrifugal fans which have similar operations. Ball bearing or sleeve bearing axial fans are the most commonly used. However ceramic bearings are also used.

What kind of bearings does this fan use?

This axial fan uses ball bearings. Ball bearings are usually the most common choice within axial fans. this is mainly due to their reputation of an excellent service life, ball bearing fans are known to run at full speed with no interruptions for many years. If your axial fan needs to be mounted in a positions where the blades are facing in an awkward direction, ball bearing internals mean the fan can be mounted in any axial position.

Dimensions251 x 72mm
Supply Voltage230 V ac
AC or DC OperationAC
Power Consumption150W
Maximum Current660mA
Noise Level70dB
Fan Speed2600rpm
Bearing TypeBall
Direction of CurveBackward