What are some things to know about axial fans?
For starters, axial fans are a type of compressor. They increase airflow pressure as air passes through them. Fan blades force air to move parallel to the shaft (which the blades rotate around). Axial fans therefore allow air to flow axially.
Used for Many Purposes
Factories and warehouses as well as some homes and many offices often utilize industrial axial fans with prominent rotating impellers. You could expect to see different sized blades, of course, depending on the size of the axial fans you choose to use. An impeller connects to a drive motor on an axial fan. The housing unit allows parallel airflow through the fan.
Because of the way they’re designed, axial fans are energy efficient. They manage to move a lot of air without having to use the kind of power other fans might require. Therefore, they’re affordable to operate, which makes them popular in many places.
Strong and Durable
Are you thinking of buying and using axial fans for your place? What matters when selecting them? Well, you want fans with the horsepower needed to handle the amount of air you want moved. They also need to be strong enough to handle environmental stress. Make sure the horsepower per blade never exceeds the mechanical limit– otherwise, choose a different fan with more blades. You should also take into account vibration and noise levels. You don’t want fans that are too loud, right? Make sure the fan or fans you choose correspond well with noise limit specs for your place. These are just some of the things to consider when looking at axial fans.
Do you want to know more about axial fans, and discuss them with someone who knows all about them? Call Dynamic Fan of Pine Brook, NJ, and ask to speak with a fan expert. The number is 973-244-2422. You can also use the online contact form, here.