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Old 02-19-2018, 09:34 PM   #61
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What type of fan are you thinking about upgrading to get more CFM?
Tube axial inline fan I think. I need to finish getting educated about the setup before I get it setup. It's been on the to do list for a while now and it will get bumped near the top if I get this job. So will lots of other things...
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I have a tubeaxial fan. Belt operated with a 3HP motor. 36" diameter fan. It sucks.
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I have a tubeaxial fan. Belt operated with a 3HP motor. 36" diameter fan. It sucks.
That had to cost a couple bucks!
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I got it 10 years ago, brand new for $1500.

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I have a tubeaxial fan. Belt operated with a 3HP motor. 36" diameter fan. It sucks.
That will be my setup at the next place. For now I'm in my basement/garage and I have a roll up door and a pedestrian door as the only penetrations through the brick and block walls. I'll be moving in a couple years and building a shop, at least that's the plan.

If I had a window I'd be able to have a bigger fan and it'd be a permanent setup. But as it is I'm hoping to figure out a size fan that's a decent CFM and will perform better than the air mover but ultimately it's gonna have to a flex duct connection off the rigid pipe that will connect to a boot in the foam that fits in the pedestrian door.

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