Centrifugal Upblast Exhaust Fans

Centrifugal Upblast Exhaust Fans

The centrifugal roof-mounted upblast exhaust fans include both direct and belt drive options with efficient backward-inclined centrifugal wheels and aerodynamic inlet cone minimizing system effects. The motors on the fans are out of the airstream. These fans are suitable for applications ranging from a storage room to fume hood exhaust and kitchen grease exhaust to smoke control.




Model CUE is a direct drive fan designed for roof or wall mounting, where the exhaust air is directed away from the mounting surface. Constructed of a single piece, continuously welded housing, this fan is used for exhausting contaminated or grease laden air.
  • 60 to 14,700 cfm
  • Up to 3.0 in. wg.


Use this belt drive centrifugal roof or wall mounted fan for exhausting contaminated or grease laden air. With a single piece, continuously welded, spun aluminum housing, exhaust air is discharged away from the mounting surface.

  • 180 to 30,000 cfm
  • Up to 5.0 in. wg.


The USGF is a belt drive fan ideal for heavy grease exhaust applications where cooking requires large amounts of grease and/or solid fuels. Units feature a non-stick coated steel wheel with a steel housing and curb cap. The unit is powder coated for added protection.

  • 330 to 6800 cfm
  • Up to 3.25 in. wg.

AMCA Sound and Air Performance

UL Smoke

UL/cUL 762

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General or contaminated exhaust applications use model TCBRU. It has a standard aluminum wheel for Spark B construction. The TCBRU has an elevated discharge to carry contaminated exhausts away from the roof deck and nearby make-up air units. These units are available in either painted steel or aluminum construction. The optional oversized access panel allows full access to interior drives and bearings for easier service.

  • 500 to 26,000 cfm
  • Up to 4 in. wg
  • Spark B resistant construction standard