Model XTIF

Inline grease exhaust fans are excellent alternatives for kitchen fan applications when roof or wall mounted ventilators are not practical. The UL 762 listed XTIF is designed to withstand the demands of high temperature kitchen grease exhaust and high-pressure duct washes. Motors and drives are mounted outside the airstream complying with NFPA 96 standards.

The standard fan can be mounted in any position from horizontal to vertical, allowing installation in the smallest possible space, at the lowest installation cost. The centrifugal wheels used in this design provide higher efficiencies and lower sound levels than propeller type inline fans.

Product Features & Advantages:

  1. Air and Water Tight - Continuously welded housing and integral duct flanges, provide air and water tight design.
  2. Moisture Prevention - Gasketed bearing cover, including a labyrinth shaft seal to prevent moisture leakage during normal operation, while cleaning with high-pressure solvents.
  3. Clean Bearings and Belts - Continuously welded belt tube keeps the belts and bearings clean.
  4. Moisture and Grease Drains - Two-threaded drain connections are located 90° from the motor location to allow for removal of grease and moisture
  5. Easy Mounting - Universal mounting brackets allow for rotation of the motor to the 3 or 9 o'clock position at the jobsite.
  6. Code Compliant - Duct flanges and access door bolt locations are no more than 4 inches (100 mm) on center per NFPA 96.
  7. Easy Access -  Door provides access for duct cleaning, and allows removal of the wheel, shaft and bearings for maintenance. Gasket is rated for 400°F (204°C) and prevents leakage during operation.
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Options and Accessories

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Performance and Certifications

  • UL 705
  • NFPA 96
  • AMCA Certified
  • ENERGY STAR® Qualified

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Model Designation Guide

The Model Designation Guide is designed to completely identify the fan. The correct code letters must be specified to designate belt or direct drive, and roof or wall mounted configurations. The remainder of the model number is determined by the size and performance.

 
 
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