AirScape Inline Metal Cased Heavy Duty Fans (645-900 cfm)

  • 645-900 cfm fan sizes
  • Centrifugal fan delivers high static pressure
  • Factory mounted POWER CORD
  • Galvanized steel housing
  • Mounting bracket included
  • 3 year warranty
  • Call our techs for application advice

To get the installed CFM see the performance curves in the Specs tabs below.

model description usually ships 1-4 units 5+ units QTY
AS250EH AirScape inline centrifugal fan. 645 nominal CFM. 10 inch connections. Motorized impeller, galvanized steel casing, and 10 foot power cord. 1 Day. In-stock $169.00 $162.00
AS250EH-W AirScape inline centrifugal fan. 645 nominal CFM. 10 inch connections. Motorized impeller, galvanized steel casing, and 10 foot power cord. Powdercoated white. 1 Day. In Stock $188.00 $179.00
AS315EH AirScape inline centrifugal fan. 900 nominal CFM. 12.4 inch connections. Motorized impeller, galvanized steel casing, and 10 foot power cord. 1 Day. In-stock $199.00 $189.00
AS315EH-W AirScape inline centrifugal fan. 900 nominal CFM. 12.4 inch connections. Motorized impeller, galvanized steel casing, and 10 foot power cord. Powdercoated. 1 Day. In Stock $219.00 $212.00
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Airflow: 645 CFM (at 0" WC)
Max. Static Pressure:
2.9" WC
Casing: Galvanized Steel
Electrical: 120 VAC, 60hz, 2.07 Amps
Power: 236 Watts
Warranty: 3 Years

Airflow: 900 CFM (at 0" WC)
Max. Static Pressure:
2.8" WC
Casing: Galvanized Steel
Electrical: 120 VAC, 60hz, 3.0 Amps
Power: 334 Watts
Warranty: 3 Years

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#1 Q:   My application is to install the above in a trunkline to boost about 400 cfm to 900 cfm. Is there a control to start the fan when it senses that the air handler has come on?
A:   This can be accomplished a couple ways, they can be wired direct to the air handler to gain power and the sense when to operate, or you may use a Tjernlund PS1503 pressure switch, or equivalent to operate the fan more local to where the fan is if the main unit is not easily accessed from where the fan is.

       Asked on 2019-04-05 by Landon
#2 Q:   How should this be installed to cut down noise?
A:   You want to use insulated flex duct between the fan and the area you want to keep quiet. Typically 8+ ft of the flex duct will cut down most of the noise. More duct, more sound attenuation.

       Asked on 2018-09-09 by Cliff
#3 Q:   Can the fan be used with a speed controller?
A:   Yes, these are speed controllable.

       Asked on 2018-03-07 by Denis
#4 Q:   Can i use this fan for a kitchen hood??
A:   Yes, these are multipurpose fans and can be used for residential kitchen ventilation as well.

       Asked on 2018-02-22 by victor
#5 Q:   Does this fan meet UL 762?
A:   None of these inline fans are UL762 rated for restaurant exhaust.

       Asked on 2017-12-14 by Joel
#6 Q:   Hi, I am looking to purchase this fan. First I want to know how many sones this fan produces.
A:   There is no listed sound rating for most inline fans as how it is installed has a major impact on sound.

       Asked on 2013-06-02 by Khalid
 

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