Electric Cooling Fan
Lo-Profile S-Blade Electric Fan
Lo-Profile S-Blade Electric Fan; 12 1/8 in. Dia.; Single Fan; Puller; Thru Core Or Bracket Mount; w/Air Conditioning Relay And Adj. Thermostat;
- Lowest Profile Industry Wide
- Rigid Brackets
- Through Core Installation
At Flex-a-lite has been leading the way in cooling product technology for over 40 years. They pride ourselves on their product design, manufacturing and marketing -- but it is their focus on continual process improvement and customer satisfaction with exceptional value and service that keeps us in the forefront of their markets. The brand name "Flex-a-lite" serves, the passenger car, or automotive aftermarket, with belt-driven engine cooling fans, electric fans, transmission and engine oil coolers. The brand name "FAL" offers the same products to the younger sport compact market, and also offers poly carbonate windows. They designed the first plastic Heavy Duty truck fans in 1968 for Class VI & VIII trucks, and produced the first one-piece plastic truck fan in 1977, followed by the first injection molded truck fans in 1979. In 1978, Flex-a-lite developed the first electric engine cooling fan for the U.S. Aftermarket. In 1982, the company began producing vertical incubator systems for salmon and trout hatcheries worldwide under the brand name "MariSource". They also manufacture various metal and plastic components with high-volume and high tonnage punch presses, precision press brakes of various sizes for local customers. They sell products globally through distribution channels that are handled by direct sales managers employed at the company who then use manufacturer representatives to augment the sales effort. Fisheries products are sold directly to State and Federal government agencies, truck fans are sold through various distribution channels including Paccar, Freightliner, Volvo, GM, and Navistar. In 1997, land was purchased in Fife, Washington and their company moved the entire manufacturing plant to their current 65,000 square feet facility. They share a 35,000 square foot outside storage area with their sister company, Cascade Plastics Co., and own 9 adjacent acres for future growth.