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CED-3-132 Air Curtain

Customer Entry Door • 3 Motors • 132" Wide • Unheated

CED-3-132 Air Curtain
CED-3-132 Air Curtain | Made in the USA CED-3-132 Air Curtain | Intertek ETL Listed C US

132” Customer Entry Door (CED) unheated air curtain. Our exposed customer entry air curtains feature an ultra-quiet & gentle air flow that won’t disturb customers. Designed for openings up to 11 feet high.

Heating
Unheated
Max Install Height
11'
Installation
Exposed
Width
132"

At a Glance

Single Incremental Widths

3' to 14'

MAX Installation Height

11'

Heavy Duty Motors

1/2 HP

Key Design Features

  • 18 gauge 304 stainless steel in a number three finish
  • Heavy duty 1⁄2 HP motors. 1075 rpm each. 50/60 cycle.
  • Galvanized fans
  • Air intake screen is perforated stainless steel with mill grain finish
  • High efficiency discharge plenum ensures that air being discharged fills the entire width and height of the opening. This also lowers the unit’s operational sound level
  • All units are direct drive, which avoids misalignment of couplers and outboard bearings and eliminates belt replacement
  • Can be used as an exception to vestibules

Recommended Controls

  • ON/OFF Switch
  • Magnetic Door Switch for activation
  • Time delay relay

360 View

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CED-3-132 | Performance Table
MODEL Nozzle Width (in.) Max. FPM at Nozzle Avg. Outlet Velocity (FPM) Airflow Rate (CFM) Outlet Velocity Uniformity Power Rating (kW) Number of Motors Motor HP Weight (lbs)
CED-3-132 133 4996 1111 3011 79% 0.79 3 1/2 276

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