14" Brushless Thermatic® Fan (12 Volt) (Part #0140)

The 14" one-directional ‘pusher’ Brushless Thermatic Fan is a tidy compact nylon composite shroud and blade with a long-life brushless motor (10,000 hours). This style of brushless Thermatic Fan is suitble for both condenser (air conditioning) and radiator (engine) cooling in 12 Volt Applications only.

Davies, Craig’s Brushless Thermatic Fans offer the same high performance air flow feature that has been offered by Davies, Craig electric fans to the automotive industry for the past forty five years. This long life, high performance brushless 14” Thermatic Fan supplies constant powerful, high air flow which increases cooling/ heat exchange efficiency.  


  • Airflow: 1021 CFM (ft3/min)
  • Maximum current: 8.0A (12 Volt)
  • Weight: 2.2 kg (4.85 lb)


Part #        Description
0230           Motor (12 Volt)
0318           Rotor (glass-filled nylon)
0371           Shroud (glass-filled polypropylene)
0604           Mounting feet


Universal Fan Fitting Kits (sold separately]
Part #        Description
1000           Universal Fitting Kit (12 Volt)

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What size Thermatic® Fan do I need?
If your car make is not listed in our Model Selection Guide (see the Davies, Craig website, 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 Thermaic© 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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