“Centrifugal Roof-Mounted Fan”
AC External Motor-Rotor Centrifugal Backward Curve Roof-Mounted Fans are industrial ventilation fans designed for commercial and industrial buildings.
These fans are typically mounted on the roof of a building and are used to exhaust hot or contaminated air from the interior of the building.
The fan consists of a motor and rotor assembly enclosed in a housing. The motor powers the rotor, which spins at high speeds to generate a large airflow volume.
The accommodation is designed to direct the airflow in a specific direction, typically out of the building through a duct or vent.
One of the critical features of these fans is that they use a backward curve design for the rotor.
This means that the rotor blades are curved in the opposite direction of the rotation, which helps to increase the fan’s efficiency.
As a result, these fans can move a large volume of air with relatively low energy consumption.
Another essential feature of these fans is that they are weather-resistant and are designed to withstand harsh conditions on a rooftop.
This includes exposure to high winds, rain, and extreme temperatures. Additionally, the fans are designed to be easy to install and maintain.
In summary, AC External Motor-Rotor Centrifugal Backward Curve Roof-Mounted Fans are a type of ventilation fan designed to be mounted on the roof of a building.
They use a backward curve design to increase efficiency and are weather-resistant and easy to install and maintain.
They are commonly used to exhaust hot or contaminated air from the interior of the building.
- The casing is made from high-quality steel and powder coated.
- New modern design fully protected Fan Housing manufactured from powder coated and high-quality steel.
- Voltage-controllable external rotor motors suspended vibration-free.
- Centrifugal impeller with backward curved blades manufactured from high-performance galvanized material, with highly efficient, profiled 3-D blade geometry.
- Three phase motors speed controllable via a transformer, two speed via star-delta switching.
- The frequency converter was controllable by using an all-pole sinusoidal filter.
- The single-phase motors can be controlled by a transformer/thyristor or operated at two speeds via a two-speed switch.
- Low sound level.
- Maintenance-free and reliable.
- Two years Guarantee