Leader North America *easy Pow*air* Mt236
Transcript Leader North America *easy Pow*air* Mt236
LEADER NORTH AMERICA
Basic in-service and set-up
* Not designed to take the place of practical skills, please take a few moments and become familiar with the new fan
Model # MT236
AMCA Airflow- 17,368cfm (Laboratory method of
Run time- 2 hours 10 min.
Blade Size- 18” Reinforced composite Resin
Engine- Honda GX160 5.5hp gasoline engine, 10-30w
crankcase oil. Re-fuel with VP racing fuel only
Weight- 92.6 lbs.
Full wrap around protective chassis
Noise- 91db at 10ft.
Automatic tilting to 10° with handle in the
Manual adjustments from 10°
Tilt position accessory allows for adjustments to -10°
Tilt accessory in the stowed position
Air “straighteners” designed to keep air flow in a straight
path, increasing velocity and volume.
Remove Fan from the Engine
Extended handle until it locks into position
Tilt and move to desired location
Once set, the wheels will be off the ground, unit is supported by rubber
feet, thus reducing its ability to “walk”.
Once the need for PPV has been determined
Place fan at the appropriate entry point
*optimal placement for the Leader Fan is 6-19ft. from the entry point
Turn Fan 90° from the opening and start fan at low Idle
Coordinate with Command/ Interior crew before directing ventilation into
Direct fan into the structure and adjust tilt as needed
Check to insure fan will not creep/vibrate away from desired placement
Check to insure that adequate exhaust openings have been made
SO WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE
Auto Tilt to 10°
As efficient at 6ft as at 20ft
Straight stream air flow
Not designed to seal the doorway
Up to 30% more pressure entering the
Higher airflow, 25,368 cfm
Greater set back, allowing for more
room at the entry point.
Manual Tilt from -10° to 20°
Cone shape airflow
Seals doorway from 4 to 8ft.
Quick lock tires, “eliminates” movement
1/3rd of the airflow strikes outside the
Lower airflow, 14,885 cfm
Weight: 84 lbs
A more detailed description of the airflow technology and the MT236
PPV fan breakdown can be found by visiting the Leader North
American web site at: