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Powered by a variable-speed electric motor, this PPV fan provides a slightly larger PPV — perfect for jurisdictions with medium to large residential structures, as well as some commercial buildings, that seek precise air control movement and up to 33% more airflow than single-speed motors. This PPV runs on a 15-amp circuit. Featuring a patent-pending frame design that is simple and intuitive to position on the fireground, the Valor series is engineered to ease the toughest ventilation challenges.


V20-EV Features

Full-Roll Cage Frame: Features a tough, tubular aluminum frame to protect key components; delivers a lightweight design (15% lighter than steel frames)

7-Position Tilt Frame with Step Pad: Provides positive/ negative angles; allows for fan placement on stairs; allows tall firefighters to easily move fan

Fold-Down Ergonomic Handle: Folds down into frame for compact storage; features full-width handle for easy grip with heavy-duty gloves

Flat-Proof Rubber Tires: Eliminates flat tires; rolls up stairs and curbs easily; tires are placed on the back of the frame so that firefighters never have to put themselves between the PPV and the fire during setup

Single-Piece Cast Aluminum Blade: Holds up better than plastic in high heat

Precision-Spun Steel Shroud: Provides durability with max airflow

StreamShaper Guard: Standard guard, designed for farther setback; Air Cone Guard available by request

AMCA Licensed Airflow: Ratings listed below are based on tests in accordance with Air Movement Control Association (AMCA publication 211) and comply with the AMCA certified ratings program


V20-EV Specs

Motor: Leeson with KB Controller, variable speed, 1.5 Hp, 60/50hz, 115/230V AC

HxWxD: 26.5″ x 25″ x 21.5″ – 675mm x 635mm x 550mm

Blade Diameter: 20″ – 508mm

Weight: 86 lbs – 39 kg

RPM: 2,400

Start Requirement: 2,000 w – 15-amp circuit

Run Requirement: 1,500 w

Set Back: 9 ft – 2.7m

Angle: 11°

Output: 13,788 cfm – 23,426 cmh

*RPM is at 60Hz – for 50Hz – RPM and output should be multiplied by 5/6