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Industrial Fan Specs

→ Industrial Fans

Industrial Fans have many advantages when selected correctly
for industrial applications. They create a healthy atmosphere as
they remove pollutants, smog and clear up contaminated air.
Industrial Fans provide valuable environmental benefits.

→ Axial and Inline Industrial Fans

These fans are mounted inline (inside or connected to ducting)
for extraction purposes. They are named for the direction of
air flow they create. Rotation of the blades around an axis draws
air in and out in a linear direction.
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Axial and Inline Fan Vector

→ Centrifugal and Blower Fans

A Centrifugal fan is a mechanical device for moving air or other gasses.
The term “blower”, is frequently used a synonym. These fans
increase the speed and volume of an airstream with rotating
impellers. Centrifugal fans extract air at right angles to
the intake of the fan, and spin the air outwards to the
outlet by deflection and centrifugal force.
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Centrifugal and Blower Fans Vector

→ Dust Extractor Fan

A dust collector is a system used to enhance the quality
of air released from industrial and commercial
processes by collecting dust and other impurities
from air or gas.
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Dust Extractor Vector

→ Evaporative Coolers

 Evaporative Coolers are units that cool air through
the evaporation of water. Evaporative cooling differs
from typical air conditioning systems, which use
vapor-compression or absorption refrigeration cycles.
Evaporative Coolers use the principal of water that absorbs
energy/heat through a process called Evaporative cooling.
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Evaporative Cooler Vector 1

→ Extraction and Ventilation Fans 

These industrial fans work by sucking hot or humid
air out of a small, localised area, allowing fresh air
to enter from elsewhere in order to replace it.
The warm/exhausted air can be pulled out
via a ducting system or directly out to
the atmosphere.
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Extraction and Ventilation Fan Vector

→ Spray Booths

A Spray Booth Filter Box is used to capture and extract
over-spray particles out of the spray booth and
airstream. Generating a far healthier work
environment.
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Spray Booth Vector

→ Wall and Pedestal Fans

Wall Mounted Fans are permanently attached units
circulating large volumes of air producing
a more comfortable working environment.
Pedestal Fans are oscillating fans supported
by an adjustable, detachable stand. Both
giving a cooling effect.
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Wall and Pedestal Fan Vector

→ Ventilation

Ventilation is a forced introduction of ambient air into a space and is
mainly used to control indoor air quality by diluting and displacing
indoor pollutants; it can also be used to dehumidify spaces. The
correct introduction of ambient air will help to achieve desired
indoor comfort levels although, the measure of ideal comfort
level various from individual to individual.

Ventilation should be considered for its relationship to “venting” for
appliances and combustion equipment such as; furnaces and boilers.
Most importantly the design of a building’s ventilation must be
carefully thought of to avoid the backdraft of combustion
products from naturally vented appliances into the
occupied space.

→ Mechanical Ventilation vs Natural Ventilation

The intentional introduction of subaerial air can be categorized as
mechanical ventilation or natural ventilation. Mechanical
ventilation uses fans to drive the flow of subaerial air into a
building. This may be accomplished by pressurization in the
case of positive pressurized buildings or by depressurization
(in the case of exhaust ventilation systems).

Many mechanical ventilating buildings use a combination of both
mechanical ventilating and natural ventilating, with the ventilation
being integrated into the system. Natural ventilation is the process
of supplying air to and removing air from an indoor space without
using mechanical systems. It refers to the flow of external air to an
indoor space as a result of pressure differences arising from
natural forces.

Mixed flow ventilation systems use both mechanical and natural processes.
The mechanical and natural components may be used in conjunction
with each other or separately at a different
time of day or season of the year.