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can I used it to suck air out of a room?alan c. on Aug 15, 2017
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Best answer Hello Alan, thank you for your question. Yes you can use this ventilator to extract air out of a room. You would just need to make sure to look at the airflow arrow and make sure you install the ducting accordingly. To use this ventilaotr ans an extractor the ventilator must be placed in the room/area you would like to extract air from and have the ducting installed on the end that the airflow is being directed to and make sure the other end of the duct is wherever you would like the extracted air moved to.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Sep 18, 2017
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What is the proper size flex house to user with this fan. 300mm? Thanks!John D. on Sep 29, 2017
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Best answer Hello John, thank you for your question. Yes the correct size to use with this ventilator is 300MM. We sell many different types of ducts in the 300MM size. Please contact our customer support team to discuss all the options we have.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Oct 03, 2017
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Can I use this fan in a dust collection system in a woodshop with proper filtering before the fan?Scott K. on Feb 02, 2018
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Best answer Hello Scott, thank you for your question. In theory I suppose you can as the fan is powerful enough to extract large volumes of air per minute. That being said, this blower is not really intended to be used to collect dust and we would need more information on your application ie drawings, designs, etc to make a final decision on whether it would or would not work for your needs.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Feb 05, 2018
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Hi, I am interested in the air blower SKU #D1146646. Can you let me know, the noise level of this air-blower? Thanks in advance.Joachim K. on Nov 15, 2017
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Best answer Hello Joachim, thank you for your question. The operating noise level for our Deelat Snail Blower is 73dB. Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Nov 16, 2017
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what fan do you recommend to move hot air out of an attic?Vincent H. on Jul 24, 2016
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Best answer Hello Vincent Thank you for your question. This ventilator is great but we dont believe its the best option for your purpose of cooling an attic. We actually offer fans specifically for attic cooling. Copy and Paste this link to your web browser http://www.deelat.com/module/elasticsearch/elasticsearch?id_elasticsearch=1&search=solar+ventilation to see all the different options be have for attic fans!
Reply Deelat Industrial on Jul 25, 2016
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I already bought a 12 inch portable ventilator. Can you please tell me if I can use it as an exhaust ventilator. I ask because I do lacquer finishes on kitchen cabinets and there are a lot of fumes. I need to be able to move the fumes out of the kitchen area, is this ventilator a right choice?Anibal s. on Jul 19, 2017
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Best answer Hello Anibal, thank you for your question. This ventilator is an excellent ventilator and can certainly be used as an exhaust ventilator to remove air from a certain area. However, because you work with hazardous flammable fumes we suggest to purchase an Explosion Proof Ventilator. We suggest purchasing D1143683 because its designed to be in hazardous areas with flammable gas. Using a ventilator that is not explosion proof in an area with flammable fumes can be extremely dangerous because a spark from the ventilator can potentially cause an explosion, an explosion proof ventilator eliminates that danger.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Jul 20, 2017
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This product was recommended to us to use under our house to move the air. We are having water drainage issues causing dampness and mildew/mold smells. Can we safely use it for this purpose under our house? And how long can it safely run without being turned off? Thanks!Greg B. on Jul 11, 2017
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Best answer Hello Greg, thank you for your question. This ventilator can be run safely for 1000 hours straight without being turned off. However, the environment you are specifying does not seem to be ideal. The ventilator can work in max temps of 104F and 90% humidity. You will need to make sure this environment will not reach these max parameters.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Sep 19, 2017
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How long can I return it, if it does not work as expected?Thomas N. on Nov 03, 2017
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Best answer Hello Thomas, thank you for your question. Deelat.com accepts returns of any product on our website within 30 days of receiving the product. So in theory you have a 30 day trail to see if this product works for you. Please note the product must be in our possession within 30 days.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Nov 03, 2017
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Can I use this around Welding Fumes, Sparks, Etc?Brian L. on Dec 06, 2017
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Best answer Hello Brian, thank you for your question. Yes our explosion proof ventilators are designed to be operated in hazardous conditions. It can be used in areas where hazardous gases are found such as mines, tunnels, shipyards, etc.
Reply Deelat Industrial on Dec 06, 2017
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yes in addition this fan is ideal for your fume and spark criteria. I would also recommend using galvanized or metal ducting and a safe clearance to exhaust out to. Do not use plastic and or vinyl ducting as it can light on fire unless the ducting manufacture states otherwise.
Reply Levi W. on Dec 06, 2017
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What Diameter ducting should I buy to correct fit on the 12" Portable Exhaust fan?Joel H. on Dec 07, 2017
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Best answer Hello Joel, thank you for your question. The ideal sized flexible ducts to use with out 12" portable exhaust fan would be our 12" and 13" flexible ducts. The 12" would fit snugly to the rim of the exhaust fan were as the 13" will slide right over it with no issue but will need to be tightened to the rim of the exhaust fan with either the strap provided with the duct or with duct clamps (sold separately).
Reply Deelat Industrial on Dec 08, 2017