SEEKR Sirocco II, 7010CABBX, 3-Speed, 360 Degree Airflow, Direct Wire Gimbal Fan, 125/185 CFM, 12/24V, Black, 17.8cm Blade

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SEEKR Sirocco II, 7010CABBX, 3-Speed, 360 Degree Airflow, Direct Wire Gimbal Fan, 125/185 CFM, 12/24V, Black, 17.8cm Blade

SEEKR Sirocco II, 7010CABBX, 3-Speed, 360 Degree Airflow, Direct Wire Gimbal Fan, 125/185 CFM, 12/24V, Black, 17.8cm Blade

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We recently bought and installed the Sirocco Fan in our campervan, which we live in full time. The idea was for the fan to complement our two roof maxxair fans we already had installed. lounge roof was not extended outboard like Titanic but rather followed the line of the lounge bulkheads which formed the "indentation". Sir Samuel Cleland Davidson, KBE (18 November 1846 – 18 August 1921) was a British inventor and engineer. Through his career in the tea import business he invented and patented a number of industrial machines and developed the earliest air conditioning systems. He founded the Sirocco Works in Belfast in 1881. This particular fan housing has corroded away on the outboard side, allowing one to see directly into the fan plenum. Looking at the interior configuration of the fan housing, I could see where the air would exhaust downward out the forward half of the housing assembly.

Samuel Cleland Davidson - Wikipedia

We installed the Caframo Sirocco fan above our bed at the van’s rear. It is very well made and feels like a quality product. It has many excellent features, such as a 360-degree swivel, two power options (12v or 24v), and a very quiet operation. Go farther, stay longer, and enjoy more time doing what you love with the people you love. The Sirocco II is a powerful, class-leading fan designed for marine and RV use. The versatile 12V/24V (auto-sensing) Sirocco II features an innovative gimbaled design for 360° directional airflow across three-speed settings providing unmatched comfort. For peace of mind, the fan puts minimal strain on batteries, drawing just 0.35A on its highest 12V setting, and is ultra quiet, with four auto-off options (3, 6, 9, and 12 hours) for a restful night’s sleep. The fan stows flat at 3.8”, and the 7” blades are FingerSafe™. New for 2023: Sirocco II is here for your journey with an extended 3-Year warranty! Proudly made at Caframo in Canada. Samuel's father and uncle set up a business importing tea and bought a share in a tea estate in Cachar, 300 miles north-east of Calcutta in India. Samuel's cousin James went to India to personally manage the estate and later invited 17-year-old Samuel and some other local young men to join him. I believe that what you are calling a "corrosion hole" is actually where the duct passes through Titanic's lounge roof extension. No such opening would be found on Olympic because the The ventilation system on the Olympic class ships is one in which I've had particular interest. This particular thread may represent a rivet too small for the rivet heads to count but here it is:The fan is shown as sitting on the frame in question on the Lounge roof, and I assume the duct would have split to go on either side of the frame, but whenever not intefering with the framing, would be one solid duct. Unless the frames in this area were cut away, but is there any evidence on the iron plans to suggest that there was strengthening in this area due to sections of the frame missing to accommodate the ducts? On both Olympic and Titanic there is a 20 inch cowl sirocco fan which is located on the raised roof over the First class lounge on the port side Family [ edit ] A plaque on the Laganside Walkway next to the former Sirocco works, commemorating Sir Samuel Davison

SEEKR Sirocco II, 7010CAWBX, 3-Speed, 360 Degree Airflow

Samuel was always aware of the diverse applications of the technology he invented and newspapers of the late 1800s and early 1900s featured adverts for Sirocco products ranging from lawn tennis net poles to ventillation machinery for mining operations. He invented and marketed a sparkling tea drink, and was close friends with John Dunlop as they were both experimenting with the vulcanisation of rubber, another imperial cash crop with huge potential for the British economy. Have you got Peter Davis-Garner's modeling book? I was very impressed with the amount of detail he went into with his drawings. According to his drawings, two such ducts would have been seen in between the Lounge bay windows (that is one on each side), and another one along the fore outboard wall of the Reading and Writing Room (the latter not being on Olympic, and there is a Fr. Browne photo that shows this area from 1911 -- no ducting).Career [ edit ] Samuel Cleland Davidson with a huge centrifugal fan he designed and manufactured, probably for ventillating a mine shaft. The Sirocco Works on the River Lagan, Belfast, during demolition in 2009

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