2.2 kW tube axial duct fan offers a flow rate of 11,000 cfm and is supplied with a voltage of 110V, 220V, or 380V. The highly efficient tube axial blower has a thickened painted carbon steel housing and a protective mesh cover at the outlet to prevent damage caused by foreign objects entering the fan.
- Model: ATO-SF6-4-2
- Rotational Speed: 1450 rpm
- Flow Rate: 11000 cfm (18700 m3/h)
- Motor Power: 3 hp (2200W)
- Full Pressure: 300 pa
- Voltage: 220V/380V/110V
- Noise: ≤ 80 dBA
- Weight: 31.6kg
- 3 hp axial flow fan with full copper motor, strong power, low heat generation, low energy consumption, and long service life.
- The high hardness of the blades is not easily deformed and the impeller is strictly calibrated by dynamic balancing, which provides good aerodynamics, low noise, no dust and smooth operation.
- The ducted bracket ensures stability at high motor speeds.
- The axial fan blower has a thickly painted carbon steel housing, which is cut by an advanced laser cutting machine for durability.
- The tube axial fan outlet is equipped with a protective mesh cover to prevent damage caused by foreign objects entering the fan.
Axial flow fans are widely used in various industries and applications, including ventilation systems for buildings, cooling systems for data centers, air conditioning systems for automobiles and aircraft, power generation plants, and industrial processes such as chemical and food processing.
Tips: How to maintain axial blower fan?
Axial blower fans are commonly used in various industries and applications, and it's important to maintain them properly to ensure their efficient operation and long lifespan. Here are some general steps you can take to maintain an axial blower fan:
- Regularly inspect the fan and its components for any signs of wear or damage, such as worn belts or bearings, cracked blades, or loose fasteners.
- Clean the fan regularly to remove any dirt, dust, or debris that may have accumulated on the blades and impeller. This can be done using compressed air, a brush, or a vacuum cleaner.
- Lubricate the bearings and other moving parts of the fan according to the manufacturer's recommendations. This will help to prevent wear and reduce friction, which can lead to overheating and premature failure.
- Check the alignment of the fan and its motor periodically to ensure that they are properly aligned. Misalignment can cause vibration, noise, and damage to the fan and motor.
- Monitor the fan's performance and take note of any changes in airflow, noise level, or vibration. These may indicate a problem with the fan or its components that requires attention.
- Follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule for the fan, which may include tasks such as replacing belts or bearings, cleaning the fan housing, or checking the motor's electrical connections.
By following these steps, you can help to ensure that your axial blower fan operates reliably and efficiently, and that it lasts for many years with