The 330W centrifugal blower fan has a rated current of 1.52A at 220V and 0.83A at 380V and with a rated speed of 2800 rpm. A small centrifugal blower is a mechanical device for moving air or gas in various industrial applications with its compact structure, small size, high efficiency, large air volume and high air pressure.
- The 330W centrifugal blower fan uses pure copper coils for low losses, high efficiency, and fast speed.
- Impeller dynamic balance is precisely calibrated to keep the blower running smoothly and prevent the centrifugal blower from running out of control during operation.
- The carbon steel casing protection grid effectively prevents accidental debris on both sides of the blower, improving the safety of the centrifugal blower during operation.
- ATO centrifugal blowers can be installed freely at 360° and can be hung in a positive direction.
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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 are the advantages of using a centrifugal fan?
Centrifugal fans, also known as centrifugal blowers, are used in various applications to move air or gas. Here are some advantages of using centrifugal blowers:
- Higher Pressure: Centrifugal blowers can generate a higher pressure than axial fans, making them suitable for applications where high-pressure airflow is required, such as in HVAC systems, pneumatic conveying systems, and combustion air systems.
- Efficient Energy Use: Centrifugal blowers are generally more efficient than axial fans, meaning they can move the same amount of air or gas using less energy, resulting in lower energy costs.
- Versatility: Centrifugal blowers are versatile and can be used in a wide range of applications, including industrial processes, ventilation, drying, and cooling.
- Low Noise: Centrifugal blowers are typically quieter than axial fans, making them suitable for applications where noise levels need to be minimized, such as in HVAC systems for residential and commercial buildings.
- Low Maintenance: Centrifugal blowers are designed for continuous operation with minimal maintenance, making them reliable and cost-effective over the long term.
Overall, centrifugal blowers offer several advantages over other types of fans and are an excellent choice for many applications where high-pressure airflow, energy efficiency, versatility, low noise, and low maintenance are important considerations.