250W centrifugal air blower has a high airflow, low noise level and rotates at 2800 rpm. With its compact design, the small centrifugal fan can be easily integrated into existing systems or installed as a stand-alone unit, providing flexibility and ease of use.
- Model: ATO-CF-250W
- Power: 250W
- Air Outlet Caliber: 130mm
- Air Volume: ≥12 m3/min
- Wind Pressure: ≥1.3 Kpa
- Voltage: 220V/380V/110V
- Speed: 2800r/min
- Restless Sound Level: <60dB
- Temperature: 50°C
- Weight: 5.42kg
- 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.
Dimension (Unit: cm)
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: Axial fan or centrifugal fan, which is better?
The choice between an axial fan and a centrifugal fan depends on the specific application and requirements. Both types have their advantages and are suited for different purposes.
Axial fans are designed to move air or gas parallel to the shaft around which the blades rotate. They are commonly used in applications that require high airflow rates at low pressures, such as cooling electronic components, ventilating enclosed spaces, or air conditioning systems. Axial fans are typically more compact, lighter, and less expensive than centrifugal fans. However, they are less efficient at generating high pressures.
Centrifugal fans, on the other hand, are designed to move air or gas perpendicular to the shaft. They use a rotating impeller with blades that draw air into the center of the fan and then push it out at a right angle to the intake. Centrifugal fans are better suited for applications that require higher pressures, such as HVAC systems, industrial ventilation, and air handling units. They can generate higher static pressures, making them more effective at overcoming resistance in ductwork or filtration systems. However, centrifugal fans are generally larger, heavier, and more expensive than axial fans.