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Retrotec 6100 Hi-Power | Blower door system

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The Retrotec 6100 is a high output air leakage test system featuring the 6000 series fan, a SmartCloth door panel and a DM32 gauge. The 8 bladed fan comes with a maximum flow capacity of 11,120 m3/h (3,089 L/s) @ 50 Pa, making the system ideal for testing both large residential homes and some smaller commercial buildings with a single fan.

Included in the single fan package is a lightweight easy to install aluminium door frame, a custom designed door cloth, FanTestic Lite software and a DM32 touch screen gauge.

Features

A single 6100 Hi-Power system includes:-

  • DM32 digital manometer with charging module and cables
  • 6000 series fan complete with range ring A, B8 and x8 blank plugs
  • Hard fan case and a soft gauge case
  • Single fan SmartCloth and a standard aluminium door panel frame in a soft case
  • 2 m fan umbilical with tubing
  • FanTestic Lite automated testing software

Optional accessories for this product include a large size door frame and large size door cloth.

All Retrotec 6100 systems are supplied with the FanTestic Lite software for automated fan operation, data collection, and report generation in compliance with standards such as ATTMA TSL1 and TSL2. If custom designed reports or data export into third part systems such as lodgement of results for Building Control the FanTestic Pro version of the software is required.

Technical

Maximum flow in free air @ 50 Hz      11,698 m3/h (3.249 L/s)

Maximum flow at 50 Pascal test pressure      11,120 m3/h (3.089 L/s)

Minimum flow rate (Range 29)      12.75 m3/h (3.4 L/s)

Fan height      66 cm

Fan depth      24 cm

Frame height     135 to 246 cm

Frame width      75 to 109 cm

Frame thickness      5.3 cm

Fan motor running current @50 Hz     10.9 Amps at 240 Volts, 22.0 Amps at 110 Volts

Fan weight      16.0 kg - With Ring A and plate B8 installed

Panel weight       7.3 kg - With SmartCloth fitted

Technical note The 6000 series of blower doors are NOT supported by the DM-2 digital pressure gauge, and they DO NOT fit into hard door frame panels designed for other Retrotec product such as the Q5E.

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Retrotec 300_5000_6000 series blower door QuickGuide.pdf Retrotec 300_5000_6000 series blower door QuickGuide
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Retrotec 5000_6000 series range configurations QuickGuide.pdf Retrotec 5000_6000 series range configurations QuickGuide
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Retrotec cloth door panel QuickGuide.pdf Retrotec cloth door panel QuickGuide
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Retrotec DM32 digital gauge user manual.pdf Retrotec DM32 digital gauge user manual
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Retrotec DM32 QuickGuide.pdf Retrotec DM32 QuickGuide
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Retrotec DM32 WiFi QuickGuide.pdf Retrotec DM32 WiFi QuickGuide
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Retrotec FanTestic (ATTMA) software user manual.pdf Retrotec FanTestic (ATTMA) software user manual
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Retrotec residential blower door range data sheet.pdf Retrotec residential blower door range data sheet
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Common customer questions & answers

QQuestion Is it possible to use the DM2 manometer with the 6101 Hi-Power product?
AAnswer Unfortunately no, the 6101 product only works with the DM32 gauge system.
QQuestion There is no power on the construction site so can this unit be run off a generator?
AAnswer No. If you run this item off a generator it is possible to damage the fan motor.
QQuestion There is no power on the construction site so can this unit be run off a generator?
AAnswer No. If you run this item off a generator it is possible to damage the fan motor.
QQuestion What does the FanTestic software do?
AAnswer It is the software that records and calculates readings from fans and manometers set up to measure air leakage in enclosures. When used in conjunction with Retrotec digital manometers, the software can automatically control fans and capture data in accordance with a number of standard enclosure air leakage testing procedures.
QQuestion What does the FanTestic software do?
AAnswer It is the software that records and calculates readings from fans and manometers set up to measure air leakage in enclosures. When used in conjunction with Retrotec digital manometers, the software can automatically control fans and capture data in accordance with a number of standard enclosure air leakage testing procedures.