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30 In. Truss Shutter
Premium Quality

Ceiling Truss Shutter, Gravity Operated, Single Panel, Fits Fan Dia 30 In, Opening Required 30 x 30 In, Length 32 In, Width 32 In, Frame Depth 1 19/32 In, Open Depth 5 1/4 In, Flange Width 1 1/2 In, Free Area 4.652 Square-Ft, Max Velocity 1500 FPM, Horizontal Mounting Position, Blade Material White Painted Aluminum, Extruded Aluminum Frame and G-90 Glavanized Tie Rod, For Use With 30 In Whole House Fans

Price (ea.) $
Ship Qty. 1
Ship Weight (lbs.) 8.2
Allow 2-3 weeks for shipping
Your actual ship date will be on the receipt

Item Truss Shutter
Type Gravity Operated, Single Panel
Fits Fan Dia. (In.) 30
Opening Required (In.) 30 x 30
Length (In.) 32
Width (In.) 32
Frame Depth (In.) 1 19/32
Open Depth (In.) 5 1/4
Flange Width (In.) 1 1/2
Mounting Hole Size (In.) 3/16
Free Area (Square-Ft.) 4.652
Max. Velocity (FPM) 1500
Mounting Position Horizontal
Blade Material White Painted Aluminum
Construction Material Extruded Aluminum Frame and G-90 Glavanized Tie Rod
For Use With 30" Whole House Fans
  • Easy installation with no ceiling joist cutting or framing required.
  • For horizontally mounted whole house fans. Fit flush in ceiling opening below whole house ventilation fans.
  • Nylon bushings and felted edges on blade that overlap adjacent blade for improved sealing and quiet operation. Tie rods at each side of shutter assure uniform opening when fan is operating. Stationary center blade covers ceiling joist. Extruded aluminum shutter frame. Frame has 3/16" diameter mounting holes. Max. 1500 FPM










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