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January 29, 2013 - Products

Maradyne High Performance Fans

Maradyne High Performance Fans offers The Heat 5000 Series universal heaters, designed with durability, and high performance in mind. Ideal for any heavy-duty vehicle not equipped with heating or defrost capabilities, The Heat 5000 Series features a compact design and out-of-sight mounting inside the cab.

Maradyne's The Heat 5000 Series is made with a strong 0.22 gauge black-finish steel casing, a long-life motor and a durable tube/fin core design. Available in two voltage outputs, the 24VDC model is a solid fit for such heavy-duty applications as farm machinery, construction equipment, marine and military vehicles, buses, RVs, and other specialty applications, according to the company.

The company added that it designs only the highest-quality components into its fan assemblies, ensuring all motors are designed for long life no matter how demanding  the environment.  That level of workmanship is showcased in The Heat 5000 Series design, which offers three speeds supported by a large coil for maximum air flow and measures only 7 3/8-in. wide by 7 7/16-in. deep by 7 1/16-in. high.  

The Heat 5000 Series heaters come complete with mounting studs and rear hose connections as well as mounting brackets for the fan control switch.  Optional accessories include a Defrost Kit (part #MFA126) and a Louver Kit (part #MFA127). All Maradyne products are backed by a one-year limited warranty.
 

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