Category: Industrial Fans

An Overview of Industrial Ceiling fans

Industrial Ceiling Fan

When you want a large ceiling fan for your factory, warehouse or other space, an industrial ceiling fan is the logical choice. Large Blade Span Industrial ceiling fans have a large blade span, usually somewhere between 52 and 100 inches. Compared to other fans, which are usually made with wood or thin plastic, you can… Read more »

Should Your Business Use Larger Industrial Fans?

Commercial Industrial Fan

When it comes to industrial fans, sometimes bigger is better! After all, if you’ve got a large industrial space that needs proper ventilation and air flow, you might need physically larger fans in order to meet the needs of that space. Larger fans can help maintain consistent temperatures throughout larger spaces while also keeping the… Read more »

Reasons to Service Your Warehouse’s Industrial Ventilation Equipment

Industrial Fan in Warehouse

When’s the last time the industrial ventilation equipment at your warehouse was serviced? Has it been “too long?” Keep in mind that in the era of COVID, ventilation is more important than ever, and you also don’t want hazardous airborne chemicals or flammable vapors trapped inside your warehouse, right? Ventilation equipment needs to work well… Read more »

The Different Ways Industrial Fans Help Businesses

Industrial Exhaust Fan

Imagine working in a factory without fans… in summer when the outside temperatures are in the 80s, and the inside temps are sweltering, too. Ugh. Life without fans would be sweaty to say the least. Health and Safety of Building Occupants Industrial fans are used by most industries because they help keep air moving in… Read more »

How Long Do Extended Industrial Fans Last?

Industrial fans

Imagine you’ve made the investment on brand new industrial high-volume low-speed ceiling fans featuring long, specialized blades that’ll move large volumes of air while rotating at a slow speed. How long do extended fans last? With proper servicing and maintenance, you can expect these types of extended fans to last 50 years. Choosing the Right… Read more »

How to Keep Your Industrial Fan Clean

Industrial Fan Maintenance

Industrial fans can get dirty. They can gather dust, dirt, lint and “gunk” over time. Therefore, every now and then, it makes sense to clean your industrial fans. Oftentimes, this happens in the springtime during “spring cleaning.” Sometimes though, it makes sense to clean them every couple weeks, depending on how much dirt, dust and… Read more »

Should You Consider an Industrial Fan for Your Commercial Facility?

Industrial Fans

How’s your current facility? Is it always too hot or too cold? That happens a lot, especially in older buildings where it has been a long time since anyone paid any attention to needed upgrades. An uncomfortable working environment can make workers lethargic, angry or edgy. It’s always a good idea to check in with… Read more »

Myths to Ignore Regarding Industrial Fans

Centrifugal Ceiling Fan

Dynamic Fan gets a lot of questions from all sorts of people. Many have particular questions about industrial blowers, fans and compressors, and there are some myths or misconceptions that need further explanation regarding these things.  No Differences Between Blowers, Fans and Compressors For instance, one myth is that there’s no difference between blowers, fans… Read more »

What Are the Modern Uses of Industrial Fans?

Industrial Ceiling Fan

Industrial fans have many modern uses. Fans are used to regulate airflow in internal environments, like gyms, spas, and restaurants. In an era when people are concerned about “catching Covid,” and they’re wearing masks to protect themselves from “the virus,” you can bet that ventilation systems and fans are talked about more than ever… indeed,… Read more »

Warning Signs Your Industrial Fan Needs Repairs

Industrial Fan Repairs

If you have industrial fans where you work, sometimes they might need repairs. Dynamic Fan can provide welding and machining services, fixing things like rotors, motors, impellers, fan blades, wheels and compressors. Most fans can be fixed within 48 hours which means less downtime for you.  What are some signs your industrial fans might need… Read more »