510 Portable Axial Air Mover Fan For Sale

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The Preair 510 axial air mover fan has a maximum airflow capacity of 4000 CFM (cubic feet of air per minute). The 510 portable ventilator air mover is designed with blades that rotate around an axis, drawing air in parallel to the fan’s axis and pushing it out in the same direction. The high CFM air mover is commonly used for applications requiring high airflow rates with relatively low pressure, such as cooling electronic components, ventilation systems, or air circulation in large spaces.

  • No.: 510
  • Power Input: 115V/60HZ
  • Air Volume: 4000 CFM
  • Power: 1/4 hp
  • Current Draw: 3.2 Amps
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    Introduction of Preair 510 High Velocity Axial Air Mover


    The 510 axial air mover has a compact structure and high CFM, which is usually applied in water damage restoration. The 4000 CFM rating indicates that the fan is capable of moving a significant volume of air per minute. It’s important to note that the actual airflow achieved can be influenced by various factors such as fan efficiency, power source, air resistance, and any obstructions in the airflow path. When selecting an air mover fan, it's crucial to consider the specific requirements of your application, including the desired airflow, space limitations, noise considerations, and any pressure needs.

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    Data of Preair 510 Heavy Duty Axial Air Mover



    Power Input:




    Current Draw:

    3.2 Amps


    1540 rpm

    Air Volume:

    4000 CFM

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    20gp 300pcs
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    Applications of Preair 510 High CFM Axial Air Mover


    A 4000 CFM axial air mover is a type of industrial fan designed to move large volumes of air in a straight line. The 510 air mover is commonly used for cooling purposes, ventilation, drying applications (like drying floors after water damage), and general air circulation in large spaces such as warehouses, workshops, or construction sites.

    "CFM" (Cubic Feet per Minute) refers to the volume of air the fan can move per minute. The higher the CFM rating, the more air the fan can move, which generally indicates higher efficiency in air circulation or drying applications.

    Axial fans are distinguished by their blades that rotate around an axis, similar to airplane propellers. They are effective at moving large amounts of air but are typically not as powerful as centrifugal fans in terms of generating pressure.

    When selecting an axial air mover, it's essential to consider factors such as the size of the space, the intended application, power requirements, noise levels, and any additional features needed (such as adjustable speed settings or portability options).

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