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18" High Velocity Fan with Mid-pressure Fog (180 PSI) Igloo Cooler!
Based on our first patents, the CDMP1810 is still popular with fire departments today. The CDMP1810 comes with a heavy-duty 10 gallon Igloo cooler. Other similar units do not use an insulated Igloo coolers.

The CDMP1810 Extreme Duty Series:

Durable, dependable, designed to last. Our heavy duty fan assembly--misting fan and tank are made with tough polymers, powder-coated metals, and corrosion-resistant stainless steel hardware throughout. The entire system is engineered to stand up to the moisture — and the hard use — that’s a natural part of any fire or emergency scene.

Engineered for more efficient cooling. The Cool Draft system uses a stainless steel mist ring that increases air flow from the fan and releases an ultra fine mist in the “sweet spot” of the fan’s air stream. Our design creates maximum flash evaporation, which literally sucks heat out of the air as the mist absorbs the energy it needs to evaporate. The result is an almost instant lowering of air temperature—and a proven effective way to combat heat stress.

The CDMP1810 uses the same fan top assembly as the CDMP1840GRY; The only difference is the cooler.

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  • 18" High Velocity Fan (consistently outperforms 24" & 30" fans)
  • 3-speed fan (off, low, medium, and high)
  • Four nozzle stainless steel misting ring.
  • 180 psi high efficiency pump produces mid-pressure fog
  • Custom nozzles
  • Wire reinforced pickup line will not kink
  • 3.5 hour run time with cooler case
  • 12' GFCI power cord
  • Assembled In The USA

Other Features:
  • 120v
  • Draws 3.6 amps total
  • Note: Cooler may vary in color

Additional Information

SKU CDMP1810 (Formerly CDB-360)
UPC 047242948318
Instructions CLICK HERE
Sales Sheet No
Dimensions 49" H x 24" W x 15" L (fan on cooler)
Unit Weight 60 LBS

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