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Monthly Archives: January 2010

  • The Truth About Airflow and Amperage

    3 Comments 2010 January 29
    by therealcoleq

    When you're in the cooling-fan business for 49 years, you hear a lot of ideas and theories on what makes one fan better than another. You also run across some pretty interesting ways that people use to determine what fan they need to best fit their application.

    One of the assumptions we frequently hear is that the fans that draw the most amperage are better. We'd like to set the record straight with some facts and definitions, as well as some actual product-testing results.

    There are a lot of factors that determine the efficiency of an electric fan; the amount of amperage the motor requires is only one of these factors. Continue reading

  • High-flying Heater

    2 Comments 2010 January 15
    by admin

    Flex-a-lite®┬ámay not jump into your mind when you think about heaters, but we produce one of the most compact and flexible heaters available for automotive applications. It's not just limited to use in cars and trucks, though. Our customers have used them in everything from home-built airplanes to UTVs like the Polaris Ranger. If you think it's cold in your street rod or older Jeep in January, think about the temperature at 150mph at 10,000 feet!

    Our heater is called the Mojave, and it makes adding heat to your specialty vehicle easy for a more comfortable ride, no matter how close or far you are from the ground. Continue reading

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