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    Yes, the one in the picture is 220V. Supposedly they made a 120V also. I agree that the OP should be able to get a suitable blower from many possible sources. Also consider Grainger, they have a few to choose from: http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/DAY...ers&cm_vc=FFTS

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    Looks like a unit from Grainger should get me to 70 cfm that the Durst unit has. That should be easy to rig up into a decent blower, and not too much money. I'll also check with Durst Pro to see if they have something that's cheaper, but I doubt it. Thanks all.

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    Please let us know what Jensen's suggestion on this is. He's extremely knowledgeable but somewhat notorious as a businessman... Thanks.

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    Grainger has plenty of affordable squirrel cages. The cheaper ones will be relatively noisy. I you need
    quiet, get a Panasonic inline fan.

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