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IDENTIFYING FAN BLADES
IDENTIFYING FAN BLADES
For fan blade cross-reference information, see page 201.
1. ROTATION
1
Place your fan engine side down on a flat surface. Look at
the blade that is in the 12 o’clock position. One side of the
blade will be raised off of the surface.
• If the right side is raised, then your fan is clockwise
• If the left side is raised, then your fan is counterclockwise
2. NUMBER OF BLADES
3
Simply count the number of blades. Available options
range from 6 to 11 blades.
3. PROJECTED WIDTH (PITCH)
With the fan engine side down, measure the distance from
the floor/counter to the highest point of an undamaged
blade.
4. FAN PILOT
4
Measure the opening of the center fan plate using a
caliper. If the fan pilot is lemon-shaped (see photo 4A)
your pilot will always measure 2.56 inches. You will need
to specify the lemon-shaped pilot when ordering. The
most common pilot sizes are:
4A
• 1”
• 2”
• 2.05”
• 2.56”
• 5”
Other sizes are available.
5. FAN DIAMETER
6
Measure the overall diameter of your fan at its widest
point.
6. BACK TO BACK (DISH)
With the fan engine side down, put a tape measure
through the pilot hole and measure the distance from
the floor/counter up to the bottom of the fan plate in
the center.
Contact your local dealership or representative to determine your replacement fan.