DEWALT DXAM-2260 Portable Air Mover/Floor Dryer, 600 Cfm
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As it only works for 120, if you use it for 180, it would burn out
One fifth of a horsepower
Regardless of how cold or warm the air is around it, it blows. I'm not talking about the air you breathe Since it is not equipped with any cooling device, there is no way to cool The blower simply blows air at a high speed. These are the systems I use to dry carpets. They also make a lot of noise.
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Selected User Reviews For DEWALT DXAM-2260 Portable Air Mover/Floor Dryer, 600 Cfm
There is an advertisement for 600 CFM. The design of this fan is an excellent compromise between more powerful and expensive commercial grade fans and lower end 'designed for a price point' There is a lot to like about the ergonomics. A large handle makes it easy to grab even if you wear gloves, and once in your hand, the fan moves easily in your hand. I measured the fan's weight uncalibrated, and it was exactly 10 pounds. With no switch wobble, and the flush fit as well as smooth movement through a 3 speed range, it conveys a confidence-inspiring I do not have the same concern about the switch as I do with my 350 CFM floor fan, which is less expensive, but less similar. The power cord doesn't appear to have a stress relief for which I can see, but there doesn't seem to be any wobble and it It's almost certain that the power cord will be locked firmly in place despite how secure the connection feels and given how thick and sturdy the cord is. It may be enough for a conventional stress relief to suffice. During manufacturing, semi-rigid plastics were used for the housings It's soft, which makes it resistant to impacts. One of my fans is made of hard plastic, so I doubt it would survive a drop onto concrete or a ceramic tile surface without being damaged. In order to achieve to a height of 90 degrees, there are three bump stops which offer a range of motion, starting with parallel to the floor, 45 degrees upward and It is possible to move the built-in stand through an 'infinite' range by As a result, you will be able to aim more accurately and further. *The fan is also relatively quiet, neither whining, buzzing, nor rattling. When compared to other fans of the same design, fans I have dealt with in the past, the loudness of this fan is relatively low. The noise level of fans of this nature is likely to be higher than ordinary In terms of absolute volume, this fan is not loud, although it is louder than conventional household fans. A fan such as this could be used for tinnitus masking in residential environments or as an air circulator. It is relatively energy-efficient for a fan of this type but not as efficient as bladed fans I have used. In the low setting, this device consumes 141 watts, in the medium setting it consumes 164, and on the high setting it consumes 181. You can use Watt. For comparison, the large floor standing Vornado I use consumes 41 watts, 46 watts, and 69 watts respectively, when running on low, medium, and high modes. There is a commercial part of my business as well I have a 2000 CFM floor fan of the same design as this DeWalt. It is an excellent fan, but it consumes a lot of power. It has a maximum power of 347 watts at low, 364 at medium, and 422 at high, and is loud at its lowest setting as well. It can be used to clean up after an event or to floated a carpet, but it's not a fan you'd use in your home on a regular basis. DeWalt is a very good compromise in both of these areas, and with its advertised 600 CFM, it's also an excellent machine.
Perhaps most important is the fact that it can be broken down without too It is imperative to clean fans periodically if you want them to perform at their best and maximize their life. That is something that DeWalt took into account. I use two other similar floor fans and carpet dryers for this purpose, but they don't make the task easy for me. You can use the DeWalt in most cases to do everything a residential floor fan/carpet dryer needs to do. Fast drying of mopped floors, rapid dissipation of household cleaning chemical fumes, blowing out a kitchen, airing the closets, drying the interior of automobiles, drying furniture after a steam clean, and minor plumbing failures. There are almost no limits to what can be done. In many cases, a fan of this type uses a more focused and powerful air stream than a conventional bladed fan, so it will accomplish your desire much faster and more precisely than a conventional bladed fan. Years ago, I bought DeWalt tools and products because I admired them and they performed well. My experience has been that these products were very reliable and offered a lot of value for money. With this fan, I can expect the same solid design, manufacturing and quality control that I expect from other DeWalt products. So far, reliability seems to be good, but it is too early to talk about the long run. It should last for a long time if it is anything like the other products manufactured by this company.
I purchased this fan less than two months ago and it failed after moderate use. As a whole, I have lost all faith in the brand. In my experience, DeWalt has become a company whose products have gone downhill fast. My new drill is a piece of crap, and this fan is a distracting bright yellow This is a product you should never purchase unless you like to throw your money and time in the trash. There's a very good chance that I will be 20 days out of my return period, so I am stuck. Don't let that happen to you, either. A wire coat hanger has been run over a lawnmower's blades in this piece of junk, which sounds like something went over a lawnmower blade. It won't happen again DeWalt, never ever.
It is a powerful tool, the DXAM from DeWalt The 2260 blower works exactly as described. I used it to blow air under the bamboo strip flooring after my basement had flooded. After sweeping and vacuuming the water off the floor, I used it to blow air under the drywall. In one week, there were no wet spots or signs of moisture, and a month later there were no signs of As an alternative, we would have needed to lift and dry the floor or replace it, so the investment was well worth it. *I should also mention that the motor remained cool after running continuously for an entire week. I highly recommend this book.
My husband unwrapped the gift on Christmas, plugged it in to see if it worked and it promptly stopped We have asked for a replacement product in order to see if the product we got was defective. I will update the review when I learn more.
The only DeWalt tool I own is this fan, though almost every tool I own is a DeWalt. of a difference from what I expected in terms of bulk and noise.
The best fan ever. You can use this as an air mover when tipped back on the floor or when dry floors are present. The chains can be connected to several units to ensure that they are able to operate.
The product does a great job with lots of airflow while not being too heavy. Applied to my basement to dry it out.
The blower is good for the ambient air. After shampooing carpets, I use this to dry them, as well as condensation in under-counters and in under-bed storage Well for stairs - An impeller Despite its low speed, the fan is relatively quiet and is able to circulate air well.