What kind of fan do you put behind a radiator?

Puller-style fans mount behind the radiator and draw air through the core. Puller-style fans are recommended for applications in which the electric fan is the primary cooling source. A pusher-style fan can be used as an auxiliary cooling source, but you should sure make the fan covers as much of the radiator core as possible.

What is the CFM of the be cool Super Duty fan motor?

The Super Duty motor produces 3,140 cubic feet of airflow per minute (cfm) when mounted against a radiator core. This is the highest-rated CFM available from a through-the-radiator-core 16” electric fan. The Super Duty fan motor requires a high-amp alternator and Be Cool’s 40-amp waterproof relay to produce peak performance and durability.

What is the best electric radiator fan in 2021?

List of Best Electric Radiator Fan in 2021 Product Price MOSTPLUS Black Universal Electric Radiat $40.99 Flex-a-lite 118 Black 16″ LoBoy Electric $153.75 BLACKHORSE-RACING 14″ Universal Electric $39.28 Mishimoto MMFAN-12 Slim Electric Fan 12″ $69.95

What is the best electric fan for horse racing?

The Electric Fan is suitable for low clearance applications and has high efficiency for many years of usage. Installing this unit is very easy and takes very few minutes. That not all, it comes with a one-year manufacturer warranty. #8. BLACKHORSE-RACING Universal 14 inches Electric Radiator Fan

How big is a 12 inch electric radiator fan?

AUTOSAVER88 12 inches Electric Radiator High-Performance Cooling Fan Autosaver88 electric radiator is a lightweight and durable cooling fan with an overall thickness of 2.56 inch. It is easy to mount and can be used as a puller or pusher with the adaptable mounting kit.

What is a radradfan classic low power radiator booster fan?

Radfan Classic Low Power Radiator Booster Fans come in three sizes for small, medium or large rooms. They have 2, 4 or 6 forward facing ultra low power fans, depending on the model, costing about £2 to £6 per year in electricity to run. Warm air is gently blown directly forward into the room rather than out of the side.