10D995 thru 10D999, 10E001 thru 10E020
Operating Instructions & Parts Manual
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Dayton Hazardous Location
Direct-Drive Exhaust Fans
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Description
Dayton hazardous location exhaust fans are designed for ventilating spaces
containing flammable or explosive vapors, gases, or dusts as defined under Article
500 of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Mount in vertical or horizontal position.
Construction includes galvanized steel frame, pre-punched mounting holes,
hazardous location ball bearings, and spark-resistant aluminum propeller. Motor is
explosion-proof, fan-cooled enclosure with Class B insulation (if marked on motor).
All fans have a maximum ambient temperature of 104ºF (if marked on motor) and
are UL/cUL Listed Standard 1203, NEC Class I, Groups C and D; NEC Class II, Groups F
and G (Model 10E020 Groups E, F and G).
Dayton Electric Mfg. Co. certifies
that the fans shown herein are
licensed to bear the AMCA seal.
SOUND
and
The ratings shown are based on
AIR
tests and procedures performed in
accordance with AMCA Publication
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211 and AMCA Publication 311
and comply with the requirements of the AMCA
Certified Ratings
Program.
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Unpacking
1. Inspect for any damage that may
have occurred during transit.
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B
A
Figure 1 — Panel Fan Dimensions
2. Shipping damage claim must be filed
with carrier.
A
D
3. Check all bolts, screws, set-screws,
etc. for looseness that may have
occurred during transit. Retighten as
required. Rotate propeller by hand to
be sure it turns freely.
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Figure 2 — Ring Fan Dimensions
Dimensions and Specifications
Model
Prop.
Dia.
Shaft
Dia.
A
B
C
D
E
Blades
—— Recommended Wall Opening ——
Wall Collar, Wall Collar &
Direct to Wall Guard, or Wall Housing
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PANEL FANS (See Figure 1)
10D995, 10D996
12"
5/8"
16"
91⁄2"
3"
121⁄4"
—
5
141⁄2 x 141⁄2"
171⁄4 x 171⁄4"
10D997, 10D998
16
5/8
20
91⁄2
31⁄4
161⁄2
—
3
181⁄2 x 181⁄2
211⁄4 x 211⁄4
10D999
18
5/8
22
1
9 ⁄2
1
3 ⁄8
18 ⁄2
—
3
20 ⁄2 x 20 ⁄2
231⁄4 x 231⁄4
10E001
18
5/8
22
11
31⁄8
181⁄2
—
3
201⁄2 x 201⁄2
231⁄4 x 231⁄4
10E002, 10E003
20
5/8
24
111⁄2
33⁄4
201⁄2
—
3
221⁄2 x 221⁄2
255⁄8 x 255⁄8
10E004, 10E005,
10E006
24
5/8
28
111⁄2
37⁄8
241⁄2
—
3
261⁄2 x 261⁄2
295⁄8 x 295⁄8
10E007
24
5/8
28
12
37⁄8
241⁄2
—
3
261⁄2 x 261⁄2
295⁄8 x 295⁄8
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RING FANS (See Figure 2)
10E008, 10E009
12"
5/8
147⁄8"
131⁄2"
2"
121⁄2"
161⁄4"
5
131⁄2" Dia.
—
10E010, 10E011
16
5/8
18 ⁄8
13 ⁄2
2
16 ⁄2
20 ⁄4
3
17 ⁄2
—
10E012, 10E013
18
5/8
207⁄8
131⁄2
2
181⁄2
221⁄4
3
191⁄2
—
10E014, 10E015
20
5/8
23
13 ⁄2
2
20 ⁄2
24 ⁄4
3
21 ⁄2
—
10E016, 10E017,
10E018, 10E019
24
5/8
267⁄8
131⁄2
2
241⁄2
281⁄4
3
251⁄2
—
10E020
30
5/8
32
171⁄2
2
301⁄2
341⁄4
3
311⁄2
—
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10D995 thru 10D999, 10E001 thru 10E020
Dayton Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
Dayton Hazardous Location
Direct-Drive Exhaust Fans
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Performance
Model
1-PHASE
115/208-230
Sones @
0.000" SP CFM Air Delivery @ Static Pressure Shown
0.000"
0.125"
0.250"
0.375"
@ 5Ft.
3-PHASE
208-230/460
Prop.
Dia.
HP
Motor
RPM
10D995
10D996
12"
1/4
1750
13.4
1347
1262
1142
947
604
10D997
10D998
16
1/4
1750
14.1
2476
2288
2061
1769
1350
10D999
10E001
18
1/3
1750
19.1
3168
2912
2612
2219
1599
10E002
10E003
20
1/2
1750
23
4557
4254
3919
3542
3101
10E004
10E006
24
1/2
1750
26
5669
4946
4010
2963
1906
10E007
24
3/4
1750
28
6317
5851
5314
4729
4117
10E008
10E009
12"
1/4
1725
13.6
1147
999
803
682
—
10E010
10E011
16
1/4
1750
17.0
2153
1943
1713
1366
1125
10E012
10E013
18
1/4
1750
21
2371
2089
1756
1423
1088
10E014
10E015
20
1/4
1750
23
2429
2074
1744
1341
1098
10E016
10E018
24
1/3
1750
30
3837
3305
2637
1970
—
10E017
10E019
24
1/2
1750
26
5669
4946
4010
2963
1906
10E020
—
30
3/4
1140
28
8153
7515
6804
5957
4956
0.500"
PANEL FANS
10E005
RING FANS
Performance certified is for installation type A: Free inlet, Free outlet. Performance ratings do not include the effects of appurtenances (accessories). Speed (RPM) shown is nominal.
Performance is based on actual speed of test. The sound ratings shown are loudness values in fan sones at 5 ft. (1.5 m) in a hemispherical free field calculated per AMCA Standard 301.
Values shown are for installation type A: Free inlet hemispherical sone levels.
General Safety Information
Do not depend on
any switch as the
sole means of disconnecting power
when installing or servicing the fan.
Always disconnect, lock and tag power
source before installing or servicing.
Failure to disconnect power source can
result in fire, shock or serious injury.
Units with thermally protected motors,
motor will restart without warning
after thermal protector trips. Do not
touch operating motor, it may be hot
enough to cause injury.
Do not place any
body parts or objects
in fan, motor openings or drives while
motor is connected to power source.
1. Read and follow all instructions and
cautionary markings. Make sure
electrical power source conforms to
requirements of equipment and local
codes.
2. Fans should be assembled, installed
and serviced by a qualified technician.
Have all electrical work performed by
a qualified electrician.
3. Follow all local electrical and safety
codes in the United States and
Canada, as well as the National
Electrical Code (NEC) and the
Occupational Safety and Health Act
(OSHA) in the United States. Ground
motor in accordance with NEC Article
250 (grounding). Follow the Canadian
Electric Code (CEC) in Canada.
4. All moving parts should be guarded.
To reduce the risk
of injury to persons,
observe the following:
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OSHA requires OSHA complying guards
when fan is installed within 7 feet of
floor or working level.
UL/cUL Standards require OSHA
complying guards when fan is installed
within 8 feet of floor or working level.
4. Make certain that the power source
conforms to the requirements for the
equipment.
Installation
Installation,
troubleshooting and
parts replacement is to be performed
only by qualified personnel.
If gases, other than
clean air, are to be
exhausted using the fan, then the user
bears the responsibility of determining
that the fan is appropriate and safe for
the application.
Dayton Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
Models 10D995 thru 10D999, 10E001 thru 10E020
Installation (Continued)
Not for use where
paint residue can
accumulate on motor.
To reduce the risk of
ignition of hazardous
atmospheres, disconnect the fan from
the supply circuit before opening.
Keep the motor tightly closed with in
operation.
WALL MOUNTING
1. Move fan to the desired location
and determine the method by which
the fan is to be mounted.
NOTE: Wall opening size and propellerto-shutter distance are two important
dimensions for fan installation.
7. Cut an appropriate sized hole in the
wall using the Dimensions table on
page 1.
Wall
Opening
NOTE: Allowing the fan frame to flex
or move during operation will create
harmful vibrations which may damage
the unit.
9. Fans should be mounted in
opening with 1/4” clearance
around perimeter. Framing should
be secured to building structure
utilizing corrosion resistant fasteners
(by others). Fasteners should be used
in all pre-punched mounting holes.
10. Install remaining components
(shutter, intake guard, etc.).
11. Check all fasteners and set screws for
tightness.
12. Rotation direction of the propeller
should be checked by momentarily
turning the unit on. Rotation
should be in the same direction
as the rotation decal affixed to
the unit. For 3-phase installations,
fan rotation can be reversed by
interchanging any two of the three
electrical leads. For single phase
installations follow the wiring
diagram located on the motor.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Wall
Figure 3 — Direct to Wall Installation
NOTE: Panel fans mounted to the wall
require a different opening size than
those mounted in collars or housings.
8. The fan should be securely mounted
within a rigid framework to prevent
flexing or movement of the fan
frame during operation. The fan
frame should be equally supported
on all sides within the framework
and caution should be taken to
avoid twisting of the fan frame
during installation.
NOTE: Refer to motor nameplate for
wiring procedures. Refer to switch
manufacturer for installation and
wiring procedures.
1. Motor and fan must be securely
grounded (bare metal) to a suitable
electric ground, such as a grounded
water pipe or ground wire system.
Comply with all local
and national safety
codes including the National Electrical
Code (NEC) and National Fire Protection
Act (NFPA).
NOTE: Motor and switch must be
classified as hazardous for fan to
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be suitable for use in hazardous
environments. Installation must be
performed by a qualified personnel
with suitable motor and disconnect for
application.
2. Wire motor for desired voltage per
wiring diagram on motor.
3. Wire control switches at ground level.
4. Before activating fan, inspect to be
sure that there are no obstructions or
debris that would interfere with the
propeller.
Operation
1. Before starting up or operating your
new Dayton fan, check all fasteners
for tightness. In particular, check set
screws in propeller hub.
While in the OFF position, or before
connecting the fan to power, turn
the fan propeller by hand to be sure
it is not striking the orifice or any
obstacle.
2. Start the fan up and shut it off
immediately to check rotation of the
propeller with directional arrow in
the motor compartment.
3. When the fan is started, observe the
operation and check for any unusual
noises.
4. Motor amperage should be checked
to avoid overloading of the motor.
With the system in full operation
measure current input to the motor
and compare with the nameplate
rating to determine if the BHP is
operating under safe load conditions.
See performance on page 2.
5. Keep inlets and approaches to fan
clean and free from obstruction.
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Maintenance
Always disconnect,
lock and tag power
source before installing or servicing.
Failure to disconnect power source can
result in fire, shock or serious injury.
Uneven cleaning of
the propeller will
produce an out of balance condition
that will cause vibration in the fan.
2. Check for unusual noises when fan is
running.
1. Depending on the usage and
severity of the contaminated air, a
regularly scheduled inspection for
cleaning the fan propeller, housing
and surrounding areas should be
established.
3. Periodically inspect and tighten setscrews.
4. Follow motor manufacturer’s
instructions for motor lubrication.
Troubleshooting Chart
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Corrective Action
Fan inoperative
1. Blown fuse or breaker
2. Incorrectly wired
3. Electricity turned off
1. Replace or repair
2. Shut power OFF and check wiring for
proper connections
3. Contact local power company
Airflow - Reversed air
Airflow - Too much air
1. Propeller rotation reversed
2. Insufficient static pressure
1. Reverse motor rotation, rewire motor
2. Check static pressure calculation
Excessive noise or vibration
1. Foreign material inside bearing
2. Loose propeller
3. Fan not securely anchored
1. Replace bearing
2. Tighten set screws or taper bushing
screws
3. Secure properly
2. Incorrect propeller rotation
3. Over/Under line voltage
2. Check motor wiring
3. Contact Power Company
Motor overloads or
overheats
LIMITED WARRANTY
DAYTON ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY. DAYTON HAZARDOUS LOCATION DIRECT-DRIVE EXHAUST FANS, MODELS COVERED IN THIS MANUAL, ARE WARRANTED BY DAYTON
ELECTRIC MFG. CO. (DAYTON) TO THE ORIGINAL USER AGAINST DEFECTS IN WORKMANSHIP OR MATERIALS UNDER NORMAL USE FOR ONE YEAR AFTER DATE OF PURCHASE. ANY
PART WHICH IS DETERMINED TO BE DEFECTIVE IN MATERIAL OR WORKMANSHIP AND RETURNED TO AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE LOCATION, AS DAYTON DESIGNATES, SHIPPING
COSTS PREPAID, WILL BE, AS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY, REPAIRED OR REPLACED AT DAYTON’S OPTION. FOR LIMITED WARRANTY CLAIM PROCEDURES, SEE “PROMPT DISPOSITION”
BELOW. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES PURCHASERS SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM JURISDICTION TO JURISDICTION.
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LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. TO THE EXTENT ALLOWABLE UNDER APPLICABLE LAW, DAYTON’S LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL AND INCIDENTAL DAMAGES IS EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED.
DAYTON’S LIABILITY IN ALL EVENTS IS LIMITED TO AND SHALL NOT EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID.
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER. A DILIGENT EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO PROVIDE PRODUCT INFORMATION AND ILLUSTRATE THE PRODUCTS IN THIS LITERATURE ACCURATELY;
HOWEVER, SUCH INFORMATION AND ILLUSTRATIONS ARE FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF IDENTIFICATION, AND DO NOT EXPRESS OR IMPLY A WARRANTY THAT THE PRODUCTS ARE
MERCHANTABLE, OR FIT FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR THAT THE PRODUCTS WILL NECESSARILY CONFORM TO THE ILLUSTRATIONS OR DESCRIPTIONS. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED
BELOW, NO WARRANTY OR AFFIRMATION OF FACT, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, OTHER THAN AS STATED IN THE “LIMITED WARRANTY” ABOVE IS MADE OR AUTHORIZED BY DAYTON.
Technical Advice and Recommendations, Disclaimer. Notwithstanding any past practice or dealings or trade custom, sales shall not include the furnishing of technical advice or
assistance or system design. Dayton assumes no obligations or liability on account of any unauthorized recommendations, opinions or advice as to the choice, installation or use of
products.
Product Suitability. Many jurisdictions have codes and regulations governing sales, construction, installation, and/or use of products for certain purposes, which may vary from
those in neighboring areas. While attempts are made to assure that Dayton products comply with such codes, Dayton cannot guarantee compliance, and cannot be responsible for
how the product is installed or used. Before purchase and use of a product, review the product applications, and all applicable national and local codes and regulations, and be sure
that the product, installation, and use will comply with them.
Certain aspects of disclaimers are not applicable to consumer products; e.g., (a) some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you; (b) also, some jurisdictions do not allow a limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, consequently the above
limitation may not apply to you; and (c) by law, during the period of this Limited Warranty, any implied warranties of implied merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose
applicable to consumer products purchased by consumers, may not be excluded or otherwise disclaimed.
Prompt Disposition. A good faith effort will be made for prompt correction or other adjustment with respect to any product which proves to be defective within limited warranty.
For any product believed to be defective within limited warranty, first write or call dealer from whom the product was purchased. Dealer will give additional directions. If unable to
resolve satisfactorily, write to Dayton at address below, giving dealer’s name, address, date, and number of dealer’s invoice, and describing the nature of the defect. Title and risk of
loss pass to buyer on delivery to common carrier. If product was damaged in transit to you, file claim with carrier.
Manufactured for Dayton Electric Mfg. Co.
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