Details about ELTA SCD560/4-3 Compact Duct Mounted Axial Fan Extractor Unit - 3 PhaseSee original listing
“Advertised as used, but looks brand new!!”
07 Sep, 2014 22:22:01 BST
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Gunness, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
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|Seller notes:||“Advertised as used, but looks brand new!!”|
Up for auction today, what looks like a BRAND NEW, TESTED, ELTA SCD560/4-3 Duct Mounted Axial Fan.
Date of Manufacture: 17/10/2006
Date of Testing: 19/10/2006
Doesn't look to have been installed at any point in the past. I have no means of testing, due to the lack of a 3ph supply but I cannot see why it wouldn't work.
Blades move freely. No noises, grinding, etc.
JUST TO BE CLEAR, THIS IS A 3 PHASE ITEM
The following is copied from the ELTA Catalogue;
The Compact duct mounted axial fan SCD shall be from the Select range of Elta Fans Ltd.
The all-metal fan casing shall provide a long lasting robust construction. All parts shall be suitably treated to ensure full corrosion protection. Fan casing and motors shall have a powder coated, highly durable, polyester epoxy paint finish in pastel beige (RAL 7032). Casing shall be fully ducted with mounting flanges at both ends.
Adjustable pitch aerodynamic impellers shall be provided, made from high quality GRP. These shall be factory set at an angle to provide maximum performance. Hubs shall be made from die cast aluminium
alloy (LM24). Assembled impellers are to be balanced to grade G6.3.
Highly efficient, lightweight induction motors shall be provided, these will have sealed for life, maintenance free ball bearings. Each motor shall be matched to the aerodynamic performance of the impeller. Motors shall be Class F insulated to EN 60034-5, weatherproofed to IP55 and suitable for speed control. They shall have an integral thermal overload protection. The fan shall be suitable for operating temperatures of +70°C fixed speed and +50°C when used with speed controllers. Electrical connection to the motor shall be provided by an IP55 terminal box fitted onto the outer side of the fan casing.
Units are to be designed and manufactured with procedures as defined in BS EN ISO 9001:2000.
EEC directives shall be met.
All SCD units are to be tested to ISO 5801:1997 (airside performance) and BS 848 pt 2:1985 (sound performance).
In relation to image #6, these are the relevant measurements.
A.V. Mounts: S1G