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Air Flow Ratio (AFR) Fans

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VES simply has the best motors in the industry and they are covered by the best warranty.

FEATURES:

  • Reduced noise levels on all speeds
  • 2 year warranty on the motor, 1 year warranty in all other parts and limited warranty on fibreglass housing
  • Fully enclosed and maintenance free
  • High efficiency
  • 5 year warranty on 50"-72" blades!
  • Available in 36", 50" and 72"
  • Ideal for animal cooling in livestock housing
  • Amazing air flow ratio 
  • Insect control
  • High quality fan performance
  • Machine and compressor cooling
  • Surface drying for wet floors and animal bedding
  • Heat stress relief inside and outside
  • Brilliant air moving capacity which means the more air a fan moves- the less fans you'll need!
  • Fantastic energy efficiency- with decreased power consumption you could see a drop in your electric bills!

Air Flow Ratio (AFR) ability is determined by splitting the fan performance at .2 static pressure by the fan performance at .05 static pressure.

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