PF 22000 R
3R Series Outdoor Filterfans®
Airflow rate up to 38 CFM
Our PF 22000 R (Type 3R) Outdoor Series Filterfans® reach a particularly high airflow and at the same time provide a Type 3R system of protection with our flow optimized fins and rotor blades. The fluted filter mat’s folded structure provides an unrivalled airflow guaranteeing Type 3R protection, while also extending the filters lifetime 300% longer than conventional filter media. Color: RAL 7035 (light grey); RAL 9011 (black)
Outdoor Weather Ready
Protection against ingress of falling dirt, and harmful effects on sensitive components against rain, sleet, snow and even external ice formation. (Type 3R rating)
Patented Tool-Less 4 Corner Fastening System
The patented fastening system allows for fast installation (possible to install in seconds) and easy removal reducing MTTR.
Less Frequent Maintenance
The fluted filter-mat provides 3x longer service life, holding more dust before impeding airflow extending the meantime between maintenance (MTBM) for outdoor enclosure;
especially, critical for those locate in remote area.
Highest System Airflow Compared to Competitors Filter Fans
Louvers design is optimized to provide maximal airflow while providing supreme ingress protection; combined with best in class fans produces improved air flow to prevent hot spot.
Low Initial Investment
Traditional outdoor solution requires installation of a metal hood (rainhood) over the filter fan. The Outdoor Rated Filterfan® (Type 3R) eliminates the component and labor cost, and the patented tool-free installation reduces up front investment.
UV resistance plastic to prevent premature degradation from direct sunlight.
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