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Model & Size / Hot Air Axe
Our drop ceiling exhaust fan is the most efficient exhaust & cooling system for drop ceilings; because of our exclusive side intake at the ceiling. Hot air, smoke, odors, fumes collect at the ceiling. Our 360 degree intake, dropped 1" below the ceiling grid exhausts from a much wider radius than most "barrel" type systems, which exhaust straight up from the hot room, leaving hot air at the perimeter.
We feature a thermostat on our standard SC-H series systems; controlling the temperature.
Remote control systems control occasional use.
Our "switched" series allows you control / wall switch. Any 110 volt switch will control these systems. A switch should be used to avoid exhausting all the conditioned air in your area.
Cooling server rooms, hot offices, smoking rooms & all hot rooms. Exhaust only the heat keeping the cool air is much more efficient than extra A C units. Having tested mutiple commercial brands before choosing fan motor & thermostat. We offer you a reliable, cost efficient cooling system, with initial savings an added plus.
The drop ceiling exhaust fans have a 10 year warranty & 15 - 20 year expected service. The fan motors are high efficiency, 110 volt, low amp, commercial duty units.
While heat, smoke, etc. is exhausted, cooler air replaces the same amount of exhausted air through use of the cool air intake grills( included ) installed near the floor, in a door or wall.
Average servers create 14,100 BTU of Heat.
SC-8H, pictured, 745 cfm horizontal exhaust, 110 volt, 1.7 amp, exhausts 750 sq. ft. in 5 minutes. Cools up to 9 servers.
SC-6H - 435 CFM(cubic feet/Minute) horizontal exhaust, 110 volt, 1 amp. exhausts 450 sq. ft. in 5 minutes. Cools up to 5 servers.
SC-12H - 1060 CFM horizontal exhaust, 110 volt, 3 amp, exhausts1060 sq. ft. in 5 minutes. Cools up to 13 servers.
L C systems, low clearance, less than 14" above the grid
Quiet exhaust series - use in occupied rooms for lower decibel level, 2 panel systems
Room Coolers - "no modification" leases to supply cooler air from adjacent rooms