Radial Fan Reaches 8,800 CFM

March 4, 2004
Suited for use in air conditioning systems, commercial kitchens and cleanrooms, a new radial fan has been designed with forward curved impellers in diameters ranging from 5.24" to 15.75". This fan achieves a maximum 8,800 cfm cooling capacity within a

Suited for use in air conditioning systems, commercial kitchens and cleanrooms, a new radial fan has been designed with forward curved impellers in diameters ranging from 5.24" to 15.75". This fan achieves a maximum 8,800 cfm cooling capacity within a space-saving design. Fan sizes meet the R20 standard and comply with DIN 323. Sizes correspond to the outside diameters of the impellers. Developed for moving air and ventilating light aggressive gas and vapors, the fan’s impellers are made of galvanized sheet metal directly mounted to the rotor of the external rotor motor. The fan, with 100% controllable speed, features extremely low starting currents and it will install in any position. Air flow is easily adjustable using temperature and pressure controls and motor protection is achieved using thermal contacts in the fan’s motor windings. ROSENBERG USA INC., Monroe, NC. (704) 289-5423.

Company: ROSENBERG USA INC.

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