VR3 Positive Pressure Ventilator

VR3 Positive Pressure Ventilator

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The Super Vac VR3 is a variable speed, electric, positive pressure fan evolved from the popular VR2 model.  The VR3 is the only variable speed fan in the industry that will run on any 15 amp GFCI circuit and all new hydraulic generators without compatibility issues.  It also offers precise control of air movement and up to 33% more airflow than single speed electric PPVs.

The heart of the VR3 is the famous Super Vac seven-point blade that creates a powerful cone of airflow.  The cast aluminum airfoil blade holds up better than plastic in the high radiant heat of structure fires.

The VR3 maintains Super Vac’s commitment to safety with its full roll cage frame that offers protection for the shroud and motor.  The shroud can be tilted into four different positions from -10° to 20°.  The frame features a powder coated finish that is made to last.

Transportation is easy with inboard mounted cushion tires that enable the user to go up and down stairs and maneuver corners with its “zero catch point” design.  A step brake locks both wheels into position for a solid base while in use or in storage.  A fold down handle makes the unit fit easily into smaller truck compartments.

The Super Vac VR3 is available in four sizes from 16? blades, for departments with smaller residential buildings, up to 24? blades, for departments with lots of commercial sized buildings and has a complete line of accessories to help with all your ventilation needs.

Two guards are available to fit your department’s needs.

Note: All Super Vac PPV fans can be wired for 220 volt operation on request.

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