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Quest F9 Air Mover

FAN SERIES

Prevent stagnant, damp air

  • Current Draw 1.9 Amps

Overview

This low-profile air mover circulates 925 cubic feet of air per minute and can still fit into tight spaces. The F9 radial air mover helps prevent stagnant, water-logged air that encourages gnats as well as plant-killing molds and fungus. Up to six F9s will daisy chain together on one 15-amp circuit. The F9 has no lights, ensuring total darkness during night cycles.

Key Features

HIGH VELOCITY AIR FLOW

925 CFM high velocity air over a 25% larger area than other low profile air movers.

DAISY-CHAINABLE

Daisy-chain or hook up 6 Quest F9 fans at once on the same 15-amp circuit for more air flow

LOW POWER USAGE

Uses only 1.9 amps of power

Features

HORIZONTAL & VERTICAL STACKING

This fan easy to stack for space-saving storage

INTEGRATED HANDLE

Easy to hold and move around with comfort.

CORD WRAP

Features a convenient cord wrap

BRANCH PROTECTION CFCI

Provides electrical shock protection in wet and humid environments

ONBOARD CIRCUIT BREAKER

Protects the unit and any daisy-chained devices

Specifications

Part Number

4035030

CFM

925 CFM

Supply Voltage

110-120 VAC, 1 Phase, 60 Hz

Unit Dimensions

17″ W X 8.875″ H X 20.25″ L

Unit Weight

21 lbs

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