Due to the high pressure they generate, centrifu […]
Due to the high pressure they generate, centrifugal fans are more suitable for high pressure applications such as drying and air conditioning systems. Because many of their moving parts are closed and they also have particle reduction properties, they are suitable for use in air pollution and filtration systems. Centrifugal fans also offer conspicuous advantages: energy efficiency. The constant airflow gives the centrifugal fan an electrostatic efficiency of 84%.
These relatively high efficiency levels of axial fans are ideal for maintaining relatively large air systems. Increase the usability. These fans are easy to use and operate in corrosive and corrosive environments. Ability to limit overloading. Some centrifugal fans are equipped with unloaded horsepower, which makes the motor unloaded and easy to maintain in excess capacity. Clean the lighter material fan when you think it is necessary. In addition, some fans have self-cleaning features that make routine maintenance easier.
Versatility. Centrifugal fans are available in a variety of air/pressure combinations that can handle a wide range of airflow conditions, including clean, dry and humid air. These fans are available in a variety of sizes for use in tight spaces or hard-to-reach areas. Axial fans are typically used to remove dirty air or fumes from processes such as spray booths, supply fresh air, and personnel, rooms or machines. General on-site cooling.