Petrol-driven fan
MT296 - 128,950 m³/h

EASY POW'AIR technology

EASY POW'AIR technology allows ventilators to generate a powerful and concentrated air jet when positioning the ventilator at a distance of 2 to 6 m from the opening. This frees up space for intervention teams. In addition, they are equipped with an automatic tilting system that allows ventilation of entrance steps, landings, raised doors and windows, etc.

The most powerful in its class

Equipped with a 16 HP twin-cylinder engine and with a flow rate of 128,950 m³/h, MT296 petrol-driven fan is the most powerful in its class!

A wide range of options available

MT296 petrol-driven fan has a wide range of options available: Spiral duct, mister, exhaust extension, protective cover and -10° prop that allows negative tilt for basement ventilation. This fan can also be equipped with a high expansion foam adapter.
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MT296: the most powerful thermal fan in its class, it produces a flow rate of 128,950 m³/h thanks to its 16 HP twin-cylinder engine. It is ideal for Positive Pressure Ventilation of houses, small buildings and high-rise buildings.


Open air flow
128,950 m³/h
76.7 kg
Dimensions W x H x D
710 x 780 x 678 mm
Propeller diameter
570 mm
1h50 at full speed
B&S Vanguard Twin Cylinder engine (4-stroke)
Engine power
16 HP according to SAEJ1349 standard of 2007
Noise level
98.3 dB at 3m
Ventilation type
PPV blowing
Single door (houses, small buildings, etc.) and double door (very tall buildings, medium-size industrial units, etc.)


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