MaxxFan Deluxe Offers Improved Performance

Apr 4, 2013, 20:55 PM by User Not Found
Airxcel Inc. has improved the performance and durability in its MaxxFan Deluxe line of RV ventilation systems, according to a press release. Wichita, Kan.-based supplier Airxcel acquired Maxxair Vent Corp. last October.

Airxcel Inc. has improved the performance and durability in its MaxxFan Deluxe line of RV ventilation systems, according to a press release. Wichita, Kan.-based supplier Airxcel acquired Maxxair Vent Corp. last October.

Fitting standard 14-inch by 14-inch roof openings, the MaxxFan Deluxe provides over 1,000 cubic feet of air per minute and is equipped with a built-in rain shield. It features a powerful, 12-volt fan motor and 12-inch diameter, 10-speed fan that can run with the lid closed to circulate air in ceiling fan mode.

Available in translucent white or smoke tint vent lid colors, the MaxxFan Deluxe utilizes twin lid-lifting arms to eliminate lid fluttering in high winds or when driving. It also features a built-in, easy-to-clean interior fan insect screen.

MaxxFan Deluxe manual opening models utilize a lid opening knob that locks the lid in place. A flush mounted, easy-to-clean keypad controls the fan’s on/off, one-touch thermostat settings and air intake/exhaust speed.

MaxxFan Deluxe electric opening models feature an electric motor to open and close the lid automatically when in the auto mode or with the touch of a button on the hand-held remote control. All electric opening models feature a flush-mounted keypad for fan operation in the event that the hand-held remote is misplaced.

OEM installation is easy with wall controls that feature plug-and-play data cable connections.

The company recently introduced six new Deluxe fan models to meet the needs and demands of OEMs. Aftermarket models of the MaxxFan Deluxe fan have a starting retail price of $325.

 

Source: RVBusiness.com

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