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Derale 14" High-Output, Electric, Single Radiator Fan - 2,100 CFM

Derale 14" High-Output, Electric, Single Radiator Fan - 2,100 CFM

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14-1/2" Wide x 14-1/2" tall x 2-5/8" deep, high-powered electric fan assembly will boost your vehicle's fuel economy and increase both torque and horsepower. Features dual-speed ability. Great Prices for the best radiator fans from Derale. Derale 14" High-Output, Electric, Single Radiator Fan - 2,100 CFM part number D18214 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-496-5010 for expert service.
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Derale Radiator Fans

  • 2100 CFM
  • 14 Inch Diameter
  • Electric Fans
  • High-Output Fan
  • Derale

14-1/2" Wide x 14-1/2" tall x 2-5/8" deep, high-powered electric fan assembly will boost your vehicle's fuel economy and increase both torque and horsepower. Features dual-speed ability.


Features:

  • Increases fuel economy, horsepower and torque
  • Improves overall performance
  • Has patented, ultra-quiet, skewed-blade design
  • Can be mounted on either side of the radiator, as a pusher or puller, without having to flip blades or switch motor leads
  • Offers 2 different speeds
    • Requires 2 separate turn-on sources for 2-speed operations
  • Includes plastic rods and pads for mounting
  • Made in USA


Specs:

  • Overall dimensions: 14-1/2" wide x 14-1/2" tall x 2-5/8" deep
  • Mounting dimensions: 8-3/4" wide x 13-1/4" tall
  • Maximum cubic feet per minute:
    • 2,100 at high speed
    • 1,500 at low speed
  • Power draw:
    • 22 amps at high speed
    • 16.2 amps at low speed
  • 1-Year warranty


Whereas belt-driven fans use up power from the engine to turn, electric fans do not, thus removing any unnecessary load and increasing both fuel economy and horsepower. In addition, you do not have to worry about an electric fan's slowing down at low RPM, as many belt-driven fans do, so you are guaranteed sufficient airflow regardless of the vehicle speed.


Before purchasing an electric fan, be sure to determine the CFM (cubic feet per minute) requirements for your engine. And remember, engines that have been modified or vehicles often used for towing may require additional CFM. There is no limit to the number of fans you can install, as long they all fit appropriately and are mounted on the same side of your radiator so that they do not cancel each other out.


Two types of turn-on sources are available for this fan. The Derale Lighted On/Off Switch for Electric Fans (D16740) allows for manual control of your fan so that you can choose when to turn it on and off. Thermostatic controls, on the other hand, send a signal to the fan, directing it to shut off when fluid temperatures reach an appropriate level, thus saving power. Once the temperature climbs again and additional cooling is needed, the fan is automatically turned back on. Thermostat switches can be single-stage with pre-set temperatures - D16735, D16738, D16739, D16720 and D16721 - or adjustable - D16778 and D16779.


Dimensions

18214 Derale High-Output Single RAD Fan

Item # D18214

Installation Details D18214 Installation instructions




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Derale 14" High-Output, Electric, Single Radiator Fan - 2,100 CFM - D18214

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

14-1/2" Wide x 14-1/2" tall x 2-5/8" deep, high-powered electric fan assembly will boost your vehicle's fuel economy and increase both torque and horsepower. Features dual-speed ability.

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