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MRE series

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PC fan / axial / cooling / long-life PC fan / axial / cooling / long-life - MRE series
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Characteristics

  • Installation:

    for PC

  • Configuration:

    axial

  • Function:

    cooling

  • Other characteristics:

    long-life, industrial, AC

  • Air flow:

    258 ft³/min, 452 ft³/min, 564 ft³/min (7.31 m³/min)

Description

The MRE Series axial fan is available as a long life version of the MRS Series product. The MRE Series long-life fans have an expected life of 100,000 hours and are available with a low speed alarm.

Available in 6.30 in. (160 mm), 7.09 in. (180 mm) and 7.87 in. (200 mm) frame sizes.

Long-Life - 100,000 hours
Single-Phase 110/115 VAC, Single-Phase 220/230/240 VAC or Three-Phase 200/230 VAC
Low Speed Alarm available
Fan Kits available

These axial fans have an expected life of 100,000 hours (about 11 years). They reduce the increase in bearing temperature, inhibit grease deterioration and improve vibration resistance and shock resistance through bearing enlargement. They also increase the life of circuits and couplers and reduce failure rate. They are designed based on the concept of initial failure so that random failure and wear-out failure will not occur, allowing for 100,000 hours of continuous operation or more (survival rate of 90% or higher).

Long-life axial fans have an expected life of 100,000 hours, so the number of cooling fans that need replacing is decreased compared to conventional models.
*1 - The conventional models are T-MRS16-BTA-G and MRS16-BTA. The long-life fan is MRE16-BBHG.

*2 - Estimated life of 35000 hours with an ambient temperature of 60°C (140°F). Estimated life is an estimated value calculated using the bearing life-of-grease formula. Estimated life is different for each model.

Ideal for Hard to Service Environments

Equipment that is continuously operational and cannot be stopped
Areas that are hard to enter
Equipment that is delivered to and installed in remote locations