Axial fan have many different variations, but they all […]
Axial fan have many different variations, but they all have one thing in common: they rotate around the central axis and move the air column parallel to the axis. In other words, the air enters from one direction, through the wheels, and continues on the other side of the same plane. Axial fans are commonly used for commercial applications. Glass fiber axial fans are more widely used in industrial applications as a substitute for more expensive centrifugal equipment.
Here are three basic changes in axial fans, which usually have the same performance characteristics. The propeller fan is the most common fan type that most of us are familiar with. You may have seen it in the form of an air circulation fan in the office or at home. (It can be a ceiling fan, a desktop fan or a base fan). It has a propeller that keeps you cool in the warm weather. We use the same type of propeller fan, but it is called the RFS panel or wall panel fan. Our AXPR models have fiberglass housings and glass fiber propeller blades. It is mainly used for the discharge of toxic gases from chlorine storage or sewage treatment plants.
The coaxial fan has the same wheel design as the propeller fan. However, they are installed in cylindrical tubes or pipes, and are often referred to as pipe fans. Coaxial fan with a variety of propeller design. They are designed for piping applications and are more versatile than panel fans due to their structure. They are also more suitable for industrial processes. Coaxial fans can handle up to 4 inches of static pressure, low to high flow can withstand medium pressure. On the other hand, the wall panels do not see static pressure over the fraction, as they are not being guided.
The fan is not used as before. They are basically the same as tube axial fans except that they have blades located on the discharge side of the impeller. The function of these leaves is basically to recover the loss or rotation. Pneumatic fans are mainly replaced by more efficient centrifugal mixed-flow fans. The fan is usually installed in the building. You can also use them for ventilation. For example, when installed on a roof with a stack cover or damper, it can be used for general exhaust from the inside of the building and into the atmosphere.