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Air King 9675 30" 1/3HP Oscillating I-Beam Mount Fan

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  • Bearings are lubricated for permanence
  • Construction is entirely of metal
  • Housing is external to fully enclose
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Air King 9675 30" 1/3HP Oscillating I-Beam Mount Fan offers serious and reliable ventilation making it a perfect companion for warehouses and workshops.

Reliable Performance
Reliable performance is what you will come to expect from the Air King 9675 30" 1/3HP Oscillating I-Beam Mount because that is exactly what it is supposed to do: perform reliably.

Air King Quality
Air King builds each of their products to a rigid set of standards so you can expect the same quality in your new Air King 9675 30" 1/3HP Oscillating I-Beam Mount.

Functional
The Air King 9675 30" 1/3HP Oscillating I-Beam Mount is functional providing maximum airflow from a fan of this size and power threshold.

Flexible Utility
In order to offer maximum utility from a fan the Air King 9675 30" 1/3HP Oscillating I-Beam Mount can be used for nearly any purpose so long as that purpose requires the movement of air around a space.

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  • Model: 9675
  • UPC: 046013388407
  • Product Type: 30" 1/3HP Oscillating I-Beam Mount Fan
  • Product Dimensions: L: 42.00" x W: 33.00" x H: 44.00"
  • Product Weight: 81.70 lbs.
  • Application: Offers you maximum airflow from a unit of this size and ability.
  • Type: Electric Fan
  • Oscillation: No
  • Usage: Indoor
  • Certified for Commercial Use: No
  • Energy Star Certified: No
  • Bearings are lubricated for permanence
  • Construction is entirely of metal
  • Finish is a coat of powder
  • Housing is external to fully enclose
  • Motor contains 1/3 HP
  • Motor has a single phase

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