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Designed with versatility in mind, Black Jack and its 6.5-ft (2-m) frame fi ts through standard interior doorways and plugs into any 110V power supply, drawing less power than a toaster—only 7 amps at top speed.


• Variable speed controller off ers fully adjustable airfl ow


• Locking wheels keep Black Jack in place even on the highest settings


• Steel frame and cage provide protection in the toughest environments


Garmin® Enhances New and Existing G500 and G600 Glass Flight Display Systems


Garmin International recently announced enhanced capability and an expanded feature set for the G500/G600 glass fl ight display systems. Pilots will experience a faster, more responsive,


Black Jack moves air up to 120 feet (36.5 meters) – one-third the length of a football fi eld – yet it’s so quiet it won’t drown out nearby conversations.


The attractive, matte-black fi nish makes it perfect for events such as weddings and commencement ceremonies, where comfort is necessary, style is appreciated, and silence is golden. It’s also ideal for athletic facilities, warehouses, and tight corners just about anywhere.


Arriving fully assembled, Black Jack is a plug-and-play air movement solution. Just roll it off the pallet, plug it in, and cool down.


Black Jack is also wet rated, so it can be hosed down for easy cleaning.


Additional features and benefi ts:


• 25-ft (7.6-m) power cord extends versatility and mobility


• Gearless direct-drive motor keeps Black Jack quiet and energy effi cient


• Comes standard with indoor/outdoor wheels with rubber tread


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