FloAire DDIL Series Model #14 June 1995
This direct drive centrifugal in-line fan was manufactured by Flo Aire in 1995. This unit has a compact, barrel-shaped, all aluminum housing with a mounting/support bracket on each end allowing ceiling, wall, or floor mounting. One end of the fan has a 14" diameter, 17" long, flexible ring connector mounted to the ~15" collar. The other end has an additional 14" diameter angled ring connector measuring 15 3/4" on the longest side, and 13" on the shortest, fitted to the ~15" collar. This fan is equipped with a 3/4 HP motor with an output of 1730 RPM.
Condition: Very good. The unit worked prior to salvaging, but has not been tested since, and is not guaranteed to be in working order. The seam on top of the barrel is bent and dented and will likely need repair.
Weight & Measurements:
Weight: 64 lbs.
Overall: 59(L) x 27.25(W) x 30(H)
Without fittings: 29.75(L) x 28(W) x 30(H)
History: This was salvaged from Trenton High School in Trenton, New Jersey. The school, and items from it are featured on Season 5, Episodes 5 and 7, of the DIY Network show, "Salvage Dawgs".