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16" THERMATIC® Electric FAN (12V) (PART #0166)

All Davies Craig Thermatic® Fan are packaged with fan assembly (motor, fan blade, shroud and mounting feet) and are available with a Brushed or Long Life Brushless Motor. 

 

Thermatic® Electric Fans are suitable for use as:

    Radiator cooling fans

    Air conditioner condenser Fans

    Transmission and engine Oil cooler fans

 

It provides, constant or variable air flow, increased fuel economy, improved air conditioning performance, cooler engine temperatures, low profile, high performance, increased engine power and fully reversible blades and polarity for bi-directional air flow.

These fan assemblies are set up for upstream / pusher applications from the factory.

For downstream applications, the fan blade must be removed and turned over and the wiring adjusted as per the instructions. Always check that the fan blade rotates in the direction shown by the arrows on the blade before making a permanent wiring connection and prior to fastening the unit to the radiator.

SPECIFICATIONS   COMPONENTS
Airflow 2120 CFM (ft3/min)   Units DESCRIPTION
Maximum current

19.0A (12 Volt)

9.5A (24 Volt)

  1

16" Thermatic® Electric Fan

(12V)

Weight 3 kg (6.6 lb)  
Dimensions

Height = 400mm

Width= 424mm

Depth = 97mm

  4 Mounting feet

 

    

 

UNIVERSAL FAN FITTING KIT

(sold separately)

The Davies, Craig Universal Fan Fitting Kit includes all parts necessary for mounting and wiring any 12- and 24-volt electric fans
– all Davies, Craig Thermatic® Fans and other electric fan models.

  • If using Parts #1000, #1001, #1002 or #1003 use the provided hardware to mount the fan to the core as per the instructions provided. Otherwise,
  • Quick Fit Kit Part #0579 or Mounting Hardware Part #0578

 

                   

 

THERMATIC® FAN SWITCHES 

Davies, Craig has a full range of Thermatic® Fan Switches are available in both mechanical (#0401, #0404 & #0400) and Digital Thermatic® Fan Switches (#0444, #0445, #0448, #0435, #0438 & #0500). (Sold separately)

https://daviescraig.com.au/category/switches-fan-controllers-ewp 

 

THERMATIC® / ELECTRIC FAN RANGE

Thermatic® / Electric
Fan Size

12 Volt

24 Volt

Airflow

Max Current

Weight

Height

(mm)

Width

(mm)

Depth

(mm)

Part #

Part #

8” Thermatic® Electric Fan

0135

0136

400 CFM

5.0A (12 Volt)

2.4A (24 Volt)

0.88 kg

1.9 lb

211

213

56

Brushless 8” Thermatic® Electric Fan

0121

0122

450 CFM

765 m3/h

7.0A (12 Volt)

3.5A (24 Volt)

1.27 kg

2.8 lb

211

213

66

9” Thermatic® Electric Fan

0160

0161

591 CFM

6.5A (12 Volt)

3.25 (24 Volt)

0.93 kg

2 lb

242

246

55

Brushless 9” Thermatic® Electric Fan

0123

0124

788 CFM

1340 m3/h

11A (12 Volt)

5.5A (24 Volt)

1.33 kg

2.9 lb

242

246

68

10” Thermatic® Electric Fan

0145

0146

693 CFM

7.0A (12 Volt)

3.5A (24 Volt)

1.13 kg

2.5 lb

270

290

64

10” Slimline Thermatic® Electric Fan

0147

0148

696 CFM

7.0A (12 Volt)

3.5A (24 Volt)

1.13 kg

2.5 lb

278

275

56

10" High Power Thermatic® Electric Fan

0150

0151

1000 CFM

19A (12 Volt)

10A (24 Volt)

1.5 kg

3.3 lb

278

275

84

Brushless 10" High Power Thermatic® Electric Fan

0125

0126

1020 CFM

1736 m3/h

15A (12 Volt)

7.5A (24 Volt)

1.4 kg

3 lb

278

275

66.5

12” Thermatic® Electric Fan

0162

0163

847 CFM

9.0A (12 Volt)

4.5A (24 Volt)

1.45 kg

3.2 lb

293

293

58

12" High Power Thermatic® Electric Fan

0155

0156

1250 CFM

22A (12 Volt)

12A (24 Volt)

1.6 kg

3.5 lb

293

293

86

Brushless 12" High Power Thermatic® Electric Fan

0127

0128

1295 CFM

2200 m3/h

18A (12 Volt)

9A (24 Volt)

1.5 kg

3.3 lb

293

293

68.9

14” Slimline Thermatic® Electric Fan

0164

0165

1021 CFM

11.0A (12 Volt)

5.5 (24 Volt)

1.5 kg

3.3 lb

350

348

76

14” High Power Thermatic® Electric Fan

0107

0108

1500 CFM

13.0A (12 Volt)

6.5 (24 Volt)

2.5 kg

5.5 lb

350

348

94

16” Thermatic® Electric Fan

0166

0172

2120 CFM

19.0A (12 Volt)

9.5 (24 Volt)

3.0 kg

6.6 lb

400

424

97

 

What size Thermatic® Fan do I need?

Davies Craig has made this process extremely easy –

A). Jump onto our website, https://daviescraig.com.au/fan-fitments 

B). Click onto “Fan Selection Guide” in the grey banner on the top of home page. C). Place your vehicle make and model in the spaces provided or measure your radiator core dimensions (width, height and depth, (being the distance from the front of the engine to back of the radiator core).

The “Fan Selection Guide” will simply give you the appropriate fan options for your radiator to make a safe and correct choice.


If your car make is not listed in our Fan Selection Guide or the Model Selection Guide (see the Davies, Craig website, www.daviescraig.com.au/catalogues) we suggest the following:

  1. Measure your radiator core dimensions (width, depth and clearance - refer diagram below) and refer to “Fan Models” to check which fan/s will fit your core.
  2. Davies Craig Thermatic® Fans are reversible (Ex: Brushless models) which means they can be mounted upstream or downstream, as illustrated below.
  3. In general, one large fan will have better airflow than two smaller fans. Where radiator is rectangular there may be no choice but to fit two smaller fans; choose the largest that can be accommodated in space available. The fan can also be mounted offset from centre to clear engine components when mounted in the downstream position.
    Note: Fans should not be fitted on opposite sides of radiator core unless these are offset such that the airflow of one is not interfering with the airflow of the other.
  4. If you require advice, please contact Davies, Craig for assistance.

 

Fan Mounting Direction

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Related Tech Tips

Davies Craig has made this process extremely easy using our Fan Selection Guide:  https://daviescraig.com.au/fan-fitments 

 

The size of correct application for electric fans vary greatly with each type of vehicle. Firstly consult your Davies, Craig selection guide. If the vehicle is not listed then measure the available radiator core area and space in the engine compartment between the radiator and the water pump or in the front of the air conditioning condenser. Then consult your Davies, Craig catalogue for the recommended fan sizes. Generally the larger the engine the larger the fan required. Upgrade to a larger size if yo have a turbo or plan to tow.It is important to follow these recommendations to ensure that you will get adequate cooling even under severe driving situations.