The high performance centrifugal fan has been carefully designed to provide powerful airflow with reduced noise levels, making it ideal for applications such as laser cutting machines, engraving machines, marking machines, woodworking dust collectors and more. Convenient portable design makes high pressure industrial air blower easy to carry and reduces hand force.
- Model: ATO-CF-1100
- Power: 1100W
- Air Outlet Caliber: 148mm
- Air Volume: ≥21 m3/min
- Wind Pressure: ≥2.3 Kpa
- Voltage: 220V/380V/110V
- Speed: 2800r/min
- Restless Sound Level: <60dB
- Temperature: 50°C
- Weight: 12.98kg
- The heat sink rear cover adopts a brand-new design, which is sturdy and has excellent heat dissipation.
- The circular air intake has a large air volume, high wind speed, and high efficiency.
- The centrifugal blower comes with a portable handle, making it easy to carry and reducing the force applied by the hand.
- Direct-connected centrifugal air duct design has a large capacity and can withstand high pressure, making it suitable for long pipeline operations.
- A sturdy circular base increases the contact area for force, making it less susceptible to external forces.
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Centrifugal fans are commonly used in various industrial applications such as HVAC systems, chemical processing, power generation, wastewater treatment, and pneumatic conveying systems. They are also utilized in the manufacturing of materials such as plastics, paper, and cement. Additionally, centrifugal blowers can be found in applications related to food processing, mining, and automotive manufacturing.
Tips: What is the difference between centrifugal and axial fan?
Centrifugal fans and axial fans are both types of mechanical devices used to move air or gas. They are commonly used in various industrial, commercial, and residential applications for ventilation, cooling, and air circulation. The main difference between centrifugal and axial fans lies in their design and the direction of airflow they produce.
- Design: Centrifugal fans have a more complex design compared to axial fans. They consist of a central hub with blades that radiate outward from the hub, forming a cylindrical shape.
- Airflow direction: In a centrifugal fan, the air enters the center of the fan and is then directed perpendicular to the axis of rotation. The air is drawn in through the inlet and accelerated by the spinning blades, then expelled at a right angle to the incoming air.
- Pressure generation: Centrifugal fans are well-suited for applications requiring higher pressure or resistance to airflow, such as in HVAC systems, dust collection systems, or industrial ventilation systems.
- Efficiency: They generally have lower efficiency compared to axial fans, especially at high flow rates and low pressure conditions.
- Noise: Centrifugal fans tend to produce more noise due to their complex design and airflow direction changes.
- Design: Axial fans have a simpler design compared to centrifugal fans. They consist of a set of blades that are mounted parallel to the axis of rotation.
- Airflow direction: In an axial fan, the air moves parallel to the axis of rotation, passing through the fan in a straight line. The air enters the fan at one end and exits at the other end in the same direction as the axis of rotation.
- Pressure generation: Axial fans are more suitable for applications where a higher flow rate is required at lower pressure conditions, such as cooling electronic equipment or providing general ventilation in buildings.
- Efficiency: They generally have higher efficiency compared to centrifugal fans, especially at low flow rates and high pressure conditions.
- Noise: Axial fans tend to produce less noise due to their simpler design and straight airflow path.
In summary, the main difference between centrifugal and axial fans is the direction of airflow and their respective pressure generation capabilities. Centrifugal fans are better suited for high-pressure applications, while axial fans are more efficient at providing higher flow rates. The choice between these two types of fans depends on the specific requirements of the application.