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Understanding Air Volume & Pressure

Understanding Air Volume & Pressure

When selecting a fan, the engineer will need several key pieces of information to establish the requirements of the application and provide a solution accordingly. One such characteristic is the duty point. For example, what is the air volume flow rate required and what is the pressure loss of the system? Units of Measurement The… Continue Reading

Systems

Systems

System Performance In general, fans are selected for their ability to deliver a required air volume flow rate against an estimated system resistance to flow, or pressure. This defines an Operating Point and is usually expressed in m³/h at Pascals, or cfm at inches Water Gauge. Volume Flow Rate Volume flow rate is calculated from… Continue Reading

ATEX

ATEX

Please note prior to fan selection: If you are not sure whether you need an explosion proof ATEX fan, or need to know the zone in which your application is classified, please consult an official authority in your country. As of 20th April 2016, the new Directive ATEX 2014-34 EU superseded the previous ATEX 94/9/EC… Continue Reading

The ErP Directive

The ErP Directive

With Ecodesign Directive 2009/125/EC (Energy related Products) the European Union has defined requirements for the environmentally sound design of energy consuming products. This directive is part of the 20-20-20 target, according to which energy use should be reduced by 20% and the share of renewable energies increased by 20%, by 2020. It replaces the EuP… Continue Reading

Nature Meets Technology With the Owlet Fan

Nature Meets Technology With the Owlet Fan

When designing their latest fan, Ziehl Abegg developed an aero dynamic impeller based on the wing of an owl. The results are stunning, with minimal noise and maximum energy efficiency, meaning the Owlet fans really are the fan of the future. Electronically commutated direct-current external… Continue Reading

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Markets and Industries
Commercial Kitchen & Hospitality

Applied directly over ovens and furnaces is one of the most common uses of industrial fans in the commercial kitchen and hospitality sector.

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Biomass & Biofuel

Moduflow are familiar with supplying industrial fans for use within the renewable energy market and offer a range of fans specially designed for use in Biomass fuel applications.

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Air Handling Units

Our centrifugal fans with free running impellers are designed for installation into appliances such as air handling units.

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Food Processing & Manufacturing

Industrial fans are used across a whole host of machinery in food processing. Stainless steel varieties are favoured due to their hygienic and easy to clean material composition.

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Corrosive Fumes

The extraction of corrosive fumes should be done with chemical/corrosion resistant fans. Polypropylene is the standard material which can withstand the nature of the chemical gases that pass through the scroll and the impellers.

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