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Wanted axial fan with large flow

Wanted axial fan with large flow

Wanted axial fan with large flow

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Hi,

I'm looking for the axial fan, which can supply a large flow rate of around 20-100m^3/s. The pressure requirement is not very important in my case as we are interested at the pressure loss across an elbow drafttube model and a large flow will give a better result.  Any one has come across some cheap axial fan with large flow rate?

Please kindly leave me some contact or reference website.

Thank you,
Danard

RE: Wanted axial fan with large flow

Try searching for Fantech, they are who I used to use.
Also contact any of your local cooling tower manufacturers.
100m^3/s is not a big fan for a cooling tower. You may be able to buy a secondhand fan from them.

Cheers

Steve McKenzie

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