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 Reach In Cooler Filter,6 x 1/2 x 8 in.
Reach In Cooler Filter,6 x 1/2 x 8 in.
Reach In Cooler Filter, Area Covered 80 cu. ft., Nominal Height 8 In., Nominal Width 6 In., Nominal Depth 1/2 In., Media Area 0.33 sq. ft., Application Temperature 33 to 42 Degrees F, Mounting Method Box Sets On Shelf Near Airflow, Average Life 90 Days Under Heavy Cooler Usage, Absorbs Ethylene Gas And Contaminants, Odors And Musty Smells, Standards USDA Approved
 
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4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Yes, I recommend this product.
PostedMay 24, 2014
This product is NOT a regular air filter, so DO NOT install it where you block the air flow. This box just absorb odors, also works good on your pantry shelf.
Product FeaturesGreat value for money, Durable/Performs well
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Retail Refrigerator Filter, Area Covered 30 cu. ft., Nominal Height 6 In., Nominal Width 2 In., Nominal Depth 1/2 In., Media Area 0.165 sq. ft., Application Temperature 33 to 42 Degrees F, Mounting Method Box Sets On Shelf Near Airflow, Average Life 90 Days Under Heavy Cooler Usage, Absorbs Ethylene Gas And Contaminants, Odors And Musty Smells, Standards USDA Approved
 
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4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Yes, I recommend this product.
PostedMay 24, 2014
This product is NOT a regular air filter, so DO NOT install it where you block the air flow. This box just absorb odors, also works good on your pantry shelf.
Product FeaturesGreat value for money, Durable/Performs well
+1point
1of 1voted this as helpful.
 
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what would be a suitable exhaust unit to suck in air at 1.7m/s?

Tux94,
I need more information, the speed (1.7 m/s) depended the size of the duct and the volume the air that you are pulling. So, Q cfm = S ft/m X A ft^2 . If you multiply the area of the section of the duct by the speed of the air on that section, you will have the flow (cfm)
1 day ago
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I am looking for push on wire terminals for Hotpoint Oven Bake Element

Hotrpoint Model #RB787WB1WW
RE\DENNID9,
We need more information, because we don't know what terminals the Hotpoint use, but I will help you.
Go www.grainger.com, all-products, electrical, wire connectors, wire disconnects, then filter "noninsulates". I believe they are noninsulates, look if you see the ones you want. Or take with you the old terminal to your local Grainger store.
3 days ago
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I'm looking to build a push blower.

Which blower would suggest coupled with a 5hp Briggs and Stratton type engine? Thanks.
DT56,
I need more information, please call Grainger.
3 days ago
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gooddude4u
 

can you please quote us?

I am looking for 250 KCMIL(120SQRmm) THHN Wire x4; 500FT/ROLL
If you want a quote, call Grainger they will help you. We can't quote this for you.
3 weeks, 1 day ago
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I need a Dayton GREASE Exhaust fan, variable speed, for above my fryer/cooking area in my small restaurant kitchen.

Current one,made by Dayton, is too powerful (and not variable speed) and need to replace. What additional information is needed to get correct fan or can you give me item #'s of suggested fans?
cward121,
I need to know the size of the hood, also your hood has to have a filters and grease trap. I never use a variable speed exhaust fan for a kitchen hood, because if you turn down to much the speed, then you are not pulling out air and grease. We calculate the flow air with the hood size, and that is the way should work. If your exhaust fan its too big, may be its not the right for your hood. Local and national codes will not allow to operate the hood with out the minimum air flow, its dangerous, also many codes, depend where you are, require make up air in the kitchen, in case of fire on your fryer the exhaust fan has to be operate with the full speed so your fire suppressor heat-fuse will sense the fire, open and knock the fire, keep flame up. Ask your local fire marshal before. If this is a residential hood you don't need it.
4 weeks, 1 day ago
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Brazing powder.

I work in a wire mill and am in need of Brazing powder and flux. Was wondering if you carried it or if you could direct me in the right direction to purchase some. Thank you.
Ammoman,
To help you better, call Grainger. They sell flux, ( and all the brazing and soldering supplies) The depend what you want to brazing its what the flux and alloy should be. Call Grainger
1 month ago
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a wire tracer that finds a wire in the walls

I am working on an air conditioning system and I need to find a wire that starts at the condensing unit and goes into the building up to the third floor to an air handler. I need to find the other end of this wire in a circuit or a box or a controller.

Thanks
Lepet,
The wires on a regular Air Conditioner Split System are like this:
The power (high volt) came from the electric panel to the condenser unit, usually there is a service disconnect switch by the condenser unit, the name of the panel and the circuit breaker number are label there (if this was made by me or other good technician) The control wires (low volt) are the ones that goes between the condenser unit and the air handle unit, look the colors of the wires, be sure that its the same unit, the cooper refrigerant pipes will help you to see where is. The air handle unit has power (high volt) from electric panel, also there is a service switch. Your thermostat is wired to the air handle unit (low volt)
If this is a Mini-Split System: Power goes to the condenser unit and then power and control (on the same wires) goes to the air handle from the condenser unit. Because this is not a 120V circuit you can't use a Wireless Breaker Finder. (they are only for 120V)
1 month ago
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Do you have an 115v electric motor that can be controled with a rheostat

I have a 36" 6 blade shop fan that I want to run at low rpm's.

it is belt driven. Would like the option to run at any rpm's if I choose to do so. I would prefer to run the fan around the 150-200 rpms.As I said it has 6 wings with deep pitch. It produces enough cfm's at very low speed.
fitrish,
Yes Grainger has this motor, but we need more information to select your motor. We want to know: HP? RPM, if you know the pulleys size its easy? Frame? Call Grainger they will help you, but the most important to know its the HP require, its not easy to know that.
1 month ago
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looking for Allen bradley sensor

Model Number is 42GRP-900-QD
Jodolo,
It's 42GRP-9000-QD not 42GRP-900-QD, Grainger don't sell this sensor, but Grainger has similar sensors. Call Grainger and ask for the equivalent on EATON, they should be able to cross the reference to EATON.
1 month ago
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Pressure Problem

What happens if a fan rated for 4 to 9 inches of pressure (water gauge) is run at maximum allowed speed at 0 inches of pressure? Will that be "over-speeding" the wheel and cause structural failure?
If you do not pass the maximum speed (RPM) the wheel should be ok, no matter the pressure, but the maximum speed is very high, usually higher that the operational speed (RPM) that the fan actually work, on this case the fan will be very close where it will vibrate very easy and them will break, so don't get at the maximum speed. You "over speeding" the fan if you pass the maximum speed and it will break. Also note that because you when to a higher speed you need more power HP to operate the fan.----- higher RPM: higher CFM: higher HP
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