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Keith Blackman Series 28 Fan

Keith Blackman Series 28 Fan

Keith Blackman Series 28 Fan

(OP)
thread378-134930: Fan Curves Keith Blackman 30/9

Hi guys, first post here so be gentle!! I am currently working on a project that involves retro-fitting components to a Hospital ventilation system. The main supply fan is a Woods Air movement Keith Blackman Series 28 fan, fan type 710/289/1/4.

I have seen an old thread on here where member Briand2 said he had a booklet on this fan.

Just wondering if Briand2 (or anyone else) could point me in the direction of a performance curve or nominal flow rate?

Thanks in advance!

RE: Keith Blackman Series 28 Fan

Call the mfg??

RE: Keith Blackman Series 28 Fan

(OP)
Thanks, but they are no longer with us. AFAIK, Woods Air Movement are now Part of Flakt Woods and their model ranges are nothing like the above references. The member mentioned in my first post said in the topic I referenced that he had an old brochure for the exact range I'm working with.

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