COMPACT FAN AXIAL, CENTRIFUGAL AND RADIAL
Compact axial fans, centrifugal or blower fans and radial fans for every application.
In the world of industrial ventilation there are different types of fans which differ mainly in the direction of the air flow and its application.
- In axial fans the air moves parallel to the shaft around which the blades rotate.
- In radial fans, since the blades are placed in a different way, the air moves perpendicularly.
- In centrifugal fans the fan is placed inside a structure called “cochlea” which allows to direct the air flow.
In this article you will find the main characteristics of each type of fan that you will find in our product catalog.
Compact axial fan
Compact axial fan have always found great application for cooling in the electronics sector and are used both for cooling and suction in applications ranging from refrigerated display cabinets in the vending sector, to electrical panels or racks up to stoves.
The compact design allows installation even in the smallest spaces such as in electrical panels or fireplaces (axial fans in metal resistant to high temperatures).
Accessories such as filters, grids or fasteners are also available.
The range is completed by “big size” industrial axial fans with diameters up to 800mm in AC and The range is completed by “big size” industrial axial fan with diameters up to 800mm
Centrifugal and radial fans
Compact centrifugal fans, also called blowers, with respect to the axial version favor pressure over air flow and speed. Their design allows the air to be channeled and directed more directly.
Compact centrifugal fans are mainly used in racks, beverage dispensers and very compact applications where high airflow pressure is required. In our catalog they are available in sizes from 20 to 270mm
Radial fans as for the axial fans the air is sucked in parallel to the motor shaft but the configuration of the blades in a different way to diffuse the air radially.
General applications for radial fans could be in air conditioning systems, stoves and in exhaust towers.
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