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LDC-3-120 Air Curtain

Light-Duty Corrosive Area • 3 Motors • 120" Wide • Unheated

LDC-3-120 Air Curtain
LDC-3-120 Air Curtain | Made in the USA

120” Light Duty Corrosive Area (LDC) unheated air curtain. Designed to perform in corrosive and wash-down environments. The LDC air door services doors in food production facilities, pharmaceutical production, seaboard applications, and car washes. For doors & openings up to 12 feet high.

Heating
Unheated
Max Install Height
12'
Installation
Exposed
Width
120"

At a Glance

Single Incremental Widths

3' to 12'

MAX Installation Height

12'

Heavy Duty Motors

3/4 HP

Key Design Features

  • Heavy duty case is 18 gauge 316 stainless steel in a number three finish.
  • Heavy duty Total Enclosed Aire Over (TEAO) 3/4 HP Dirty Duty Autophoretic motors with 316 stainless steel shafts. 1725 rpm each.
  • 316 stainless steel fans and housings.
  • All fastening components including screws and bolts are type 316 stainless steel.
  • Air intake screen is perforated 316 stainless steel with mill grain finish.
  • High efficiency discharge plenum with directional air foil vane factory set to facilitate deflection of air stream +/- 20 ̊.
  • NEMA 4X control panel constructed of 316 stainless steel.

Recommended Controls

  • Panel mounted HAND / OFF / AUTO switch
  • Magnetic Door switch for activation

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LDC-3-120 | Performance Table
MODELNozzle Width (in.)Max. FPM at NozzleMax. CFM at NozzleOutlet Velocity UniformityNumber of MotorsMotor HPWeight (lbs)
LDC-3-1201184218966894%33/4274

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