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Backward curved Fans also known as Radial Fans are Centrifugal Fans with Backward Curved Blades. Backward curved fans are known as “non overloading” because changes in static pressure do not overload the motor. Its hydraulic efficiency is very high.
Backward curved Fans also known as Radial Fans are Centrifugal Fans with Backward Curved Blades. Backward curved fans are known as “non overloading” because changes in static pressure do not overload the motor. Its hydraulic efficiency is very high. Type of Backward curved:- 1. Backward curved SISW 2. Backward curved DIDW
Mine Ventilation Fan DETA is a high pressure fan comprising of two Impellers with different number of blades, connected in series and rotating in opposite directions. Each impeller is driven by a direct- coupled motor. The axial flow fan type DETA has a wide range of applications and had proved especially suitable for ventilation of mines, tunnels etc. where it can be directly fitted into the ventilation duct, it is further important to note that this fan is reversible and therefore it can be used both as supply and exhaust fan. We are not providing the dimensional table. However, the same can be supplied on request.
“DUSTECH” centrifugal fan is a mechanical device for moving air or other gases. The terms "blower" and "squirrel cage fan", (because it looks like a hamster wheel), are frequently used as synonyms. These fans increase the speed and volume of an air stream with the rotating impellers.
DUSTECH Axial Flow Fans are available in Duct mounting or wall mounting type, the fans are robust in construction with cast aluminium alloy aero-foil design blades impeller duly dynamically balanced. The impellers are available in fix blade and variable type depending on characteristics required. The fans are available in direct and V-belt drive arrangement. DUSTECH also supply fans in Bi-furcated direct drive type where the gases handled do not come in contact with motor.
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