Continuous Duty DC Blower Clears Air

(Press Release)
Friday, March 02, 2012

Even small vessels can have big exhaust issues in engine rooms and other enclosed spaces. To prevent dangerous fumes from accumulating, Delta "T" Systems has introduced its compact but powerful new 3-inch DC Blower.
The 12-volt blower provides extreme air volumes at very high static pressures. This model is continuous duty, rated for long-term reliability. Ideal for gasoline engine applications, it is fully ignition protected.
The air mover features a flange mount exhaust port to simplify installation.  Its marine-grade, ABS plastic housing resists corrosion. The stainless steel shaft and bronze bearings provide smooth, quiet operation.  It measures seven inches wide by six inches high.
 

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