Davies Craig 10-inch fan DCSL10
All Davies Craig Thermatic Fan are packaged with fan assembly (motor, fan blade, shroud and mounting feet).
A Davies Craig Thermatic Fan is suitable for both condenser and radiator cooling. Thermatic Fans provide; Constant air flow, increased fuel economy, air conditioning performance, cooler engine running, low profile, high performance, increased engine power and fully reversible blades and polarity for bi-directional air flow.
These fan assemblies are set up for upstream applications.
For downstream applications the fan blade must be removed and turned over and the polarity reversed. Always check that the fan blade rotates in the direction shown by the arrows on the blade before making a permanent wiring connection and prior to fastening the unit to the radiator.
|Airflow||693 CFM (ft3/min)||#0213||Motor (12 Volt)|
7.0A (12 Volt)
3.5A (24 Volt)
|#0317||Rotor (reversible, glass-filled nylon)|
|Weight||1.13 kg (2.5 lb)||#0365||Shroud (glass-filled polypropylene)|
UNIVERSAL FAN FITTING KIT (sold separately]
12 Volt – Part #1000
24 Volt – Part #1001
The Davies, Craig Universal Fan Fitting Kit includes all parts?necessary for mounting and wiring any 12- and 24-volt electric fans
all Davies, Craig Thermatic Fans and other electric fan?models.
What size Thermatic Fan do I need?
If your car make is not listed in our Model Selection Guide we suggest the following:
- Measure your radiator core dimensions (width, depth and clearance – refer diagram below) and refer to Fan Models to check which fan/s will fit your core.
- Davies Craig Thermatic Fans are reversible (Ex: Brushless models) which means they can be mounted upstream or downstream, as illustrated below.
- In general, one large fan will have better airflow than two smaller fans. Where radiator is rectangular there may be no?choice but to fit two smaller fans; choose the largest that can be accommodated in space available.The fan can also be mounted offset from centre to clear engine components when mounted in the downstream position.
Note: Fans should not be fitted on opposite sides of radiator core unless these are offset such that the airflow of one is not interfering with the airflow of the other.
- If you require advice, please contact Davies, Craig for assistance.