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    Been looking around for a weatherproof outdoor fan for my dogs kennel. Does anyone know where to locate one? Im guessing it would have to have a sealed motor

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    Tony - have you searched online for marine fans?
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    Tony, I have a Dayton Commercial Fan and it has a 1/2hp sealed motor on it. I would guess it to be maybe a 30"fan. I think Grainger's or Northern tools sells fans like them. Mine only has one speed, it would be nice if it had one a little lower but It is mounted in our kennel and it is under the roof but still gets water blown in on it. That fan runs almost 24-7 from May to Oct.

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    Farmtek

    That's where I got all of mine and they sell every size fan up to like a 30' +

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    Dayton is a good resource. I'm eyeballing this one also as it has a smaller spread and is reversible.

    http://www.go2marine.com/product/203...protected.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad B View Post
    Farmtek

    That's where I got all of mine and they sell every size fan up to like a 30' +
    Ya I like this one and it has a sealed motor. http://www.farmtek.com/farm/supplies...;pg105527.html Plus you and I both know how hot the summers are here in Texas. Im using a regular fan now and forget it outside sometimes when it actually does rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HNTFSH View Post
    Dayton is a good resource. I'm eyeballing this one also as it has a smaller spread and is reversible.

    http://www.go2marine.com/product/203...protected.html
    Wouldnt you have to have a converter to go from 24v dc to 120?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyLattuca View Post
    Wouldnt you have to have a converter to go from 24v dc to 120?
    For this?

    Fan Axial 9" Dia 12 V DC, Ignition Protected
    244809 500-309121IP 700 CFM 8.5A 9" 12 VDC Each 2 Weeks $163.53
    $151.00
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    Quote Originally Posted by HNTFSH View Post
    For this?

    Fan Axial 9" Dia 12 V DC, Ignition Protected
    244809 500-309121IP 700 CFM 8.5A 9" 12 VDC Each 2 Weeks $163.53
    $151.00
    Yes, 12 or 24v would have to be converted to 120 to use a wall outlet. Do you use this type now? If so what are you using to convert the power supply?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyLattuca View Post
    Ya I like this one and it has a sealed motor. http://www.farmtek.com/farm/supplies...;pg105527.html Plus you and I both know how hot the summers are here in Texas. Im using a regular fan now and forget it outside sometimes when it actually does rain.
    These are what I'm running over my runs. East to install and move a good amount of air. Most of the time I'm running them just to keep mosquitos off at night. Had them in operation about 2 years almost with no problems.

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