Circulator and Mancooler Fans

Mancooler fans are direct drive, tube axial fans designed for applications where localized air direction and circulation are required. Several mounting arrangements offer maximum directional flexibility and ease of mounting.

Circulator and Mancooler Fans

Overview

  • Model IC/ICO (Industrial Non-Oscillating and Oscillating Circulators)

    Model IC/ICO (Industrial Non-Oscillating and Oscillating Circulators)

    Models IC and ICO are industrial non-oscillating and oscillating direct-driven two-speed fans designed for air movement in humid and demanding applications, and are suitable for spot cooling and recirculating air in factories, warehouses, manufacturing facilities, and garages. Fan heads utilize a vertical locking tilt adjustment for directing air where it is needed. A required mounting accessory is to be purchased separately.


  • Model MAC (Mobile Air Circulator)

    Model MAC (Mobile Air Circulator)

    Model MAC is a low velocity dock fan designed to direct airflow in areas with workplace personnel such as loading docks, trailers, factories, and warehouses. The MAC-CM-5 is mounted on an extendable 42-inch arm which allows increased maneuverability of the unit. A light is fixed to the end of the load arm to provide additional lighting during operation.


  • Model MC (Mancooler)

    Model MC (Mancooler)

    Model MC Mancooler fans are direct drive, tube axial fans designed for applications where there is required localized circulation of air direction. Optional models include beam (MCY), base (MCB), and portable (MCP) mounts. The model capacities range from 3,000 to 27,500 cfm of free air. AMCA Licensed for air performance.


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