**FREIGHT CHARGES TO ONE DESTINATION(CONTINENTAL USA) ARE INCLUDED IN THE PRICING OF ALL SUPER VAC FANS**
The Valor Series is the latest in PPV innovations from Super
Vac. Featuring a Patent Pending frame design that is simple
and intuitive to position on the fire ground, the Valor series is
engineered to ease the toughest ventilation challenges.
They feature a tough, tubular aluminum frame, full width
handle, real rubber never-flat tires, 7-position tilt via the quick
step pad, and the ability to easily attached ducting to the output.Super Vacuum V20-GX Spec. sheet
The seven point cast aluminum airfoil blade is strong enough
to withstand the high radiant heat from structure fires. These
blades are precision balanced using state of the art technology to
ensure maximum airflow and long lasting quality.
Currently available in 18 or 20 inch sizes, the Valor PPVs are
available with a variety of engineS.
Gas: Honda GX, Honda GC, Briggs & Stratton.
Valor Series fans come standard with StreamShaper guard. Air
cone Guard available by request.
The V20-GX is a 20″, gas powered PPV set on the innovative Valor frame. An effective PPV for departments looking for a quick set-up positive pressure ventilation for slightly larger jobs.
7-Point Cast Aluminum Blade – holds up better than plastic in high heat.
Precision Spun Steel Shroud – durability with maximum airflow.
Full Roll Cage Aluminum Frame – protects key components – 15% lighter than steel frames.
Solid Cushion Tires – heavy duty rubber, never flat, rolls up stairs and curbs.
5-Position Tilt Frame – positive and negative angles allow for placement on stairs, easy to maneuver for taller firefighters.
StreamShaper Guard – standard guard designed for larger setback, air cone guard available by request.
Fold Down Ergonomic Handle – folds down within frame for storage, easy grip with heavy duty gloves.
5 Year Warranty.
Engine – Honda GX 200.
HxWxD – 26″ x 25″ x 23″ – 660mm x 640mm x 590mm.
Blade Diameter – 20″ – 508mm.
Weight – 82 lbs – 37 kg.
RPM – 3350.
Set Back – 6 ft.
Angle – 18°.
Output – 18,182 cfm – 30,891 cmh.