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Old 10-25-2012
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Re: Cabin Fans

We have these Caframo 2 speed no gaurds....none needed.....55 amps..moveable especially with additional clip..279cfm max air moved, hard wired or 12v plug
advantages----moveable, can use plug, and easiest to clean ( all fan blades get dirty its amazing). Can store them out of the way when not in use

CAFRAMO Two-Speed Compact 12V DC Fan, White at West Marine

Caframo Boras- also good...... .27 amps. fixed , hard wired 275 cfm max air moved
CAFRAMO Bora Three-Speed Fans at West Marine

Caframo Scirraco
also good .25 amps, fixed mount, hard wired 240 cfm max air moved
CAFRAMO Sirocco Cabin Fans at West Marine

Hella
Not as powerful. .1amp draw, fixed mount, hard wired,150 cfm air moved
HELLA MARINE 12V & 24V Turbo Fans at West Marine

dave
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