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    ROOF MOUNTED AXIAL FLOW FANS
    HGHT-V Series

    HGHT-V/4/6-1000-3-F400-50Hz

    Range of roof mounted axial flow fans, with vertical air discharge configuration, for air extract.
    Designed for smoke extraction in fi re conditions and certified F400-120 and F300-120 (HGHT-V - CE marked).
    Casing formed from rolled sheet steel welded on the base with a corrosion resistant hot dipped galvanized finish. High grade die-cast aluminum blades locked within a pressed sheet steel hub. Backdraft shutter and proof guard at the fan discharge. Cylindrical casing formed from rolled sheet steel protected against corrosion by grey polyester paint coating.

    Motors
    - HGHT-V F400-120: three-phase 4 pole motors 400V-50Hz, IP55, class H insulation.
    - HGHT-V: F300-120: three-phase 4 pole motors 400V-50Hz, IP55, class H insulation.
    - Electrical isolator fitted to fan casing.
    Three phase 230/400V-50Hz up to 3 kW.Three phase 400V-50Hz, for higher power motors and two speed motors.
    (See characteristics chart).

    Additional Information
    Standard air direction: form (A)configuration (Motor over impeller).

    On request
    - 6 pole motors.
    - 2 speed motors 4/6 and 4/8 poles.
    HGHT-V/4/6-1000-3-F400-50Hz

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    Officially approved to EN12101-3 standard. Certificate nᄎ 0370-CPD-0909

    Officially approved to EN12101-3 standard. Certificate nᄎ 0370-CPD-0923

    Parkings

    Isolator
    Electrical isolator.

    Outlet guard
    Outlet guard protection.

    Support base
    Base for roof installation.

    Inlet flange
    Flange for duct connection or bellmouth inlet.

    Form (A) configuration
    Standard air direction: form (A) configuration (Motor over impeller).

    Web support
    To strengthen base support.Model 1250 only.

    Back draft shutter
    Prevent back draft of air and entrance of rain water when the fan is switched off.

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