• Role of Fans and Blowers in the Food Industry

    The elimination of contaminants is a primary concern in the food and beverage industry. Every aspect, including food packaging to storage to retail sale, must adhere to stringent safety guidelines to safeguard human health as well as ensure legal compliance. This is utmost important when processing and storing different types of food and beverages as most of them are perishable and have a restricted shelf life. Also, many foods are susceptible to contamination and bacterial as well as fungal infestation and growth. Safety guidelines for storing and processing foods vary with each food product type. However, good ventilation is a must to keep the foods from perishing due to moisture or mold growth. Several businesses follow guidelines that concern air circulation, drying, cooling, and exhaust for keeping their products safe. To fulfill today’s increasing demand for food safety, ovens, ventilation systems, exhaust, and so on have fans and blowers to prevent overheating and spoilage. Fans and blowers are widely used to get done the job at maximum efficiency. In addition to this, these devices are constructed from materials that do not harbor bacterial growth. Isn’t it enough? Obviously not. Would you like to know the varied applications of fans and blowers in the food industry applications? If that sounds yes, then read this post till the end.
  • What Are the Common Causes of Industrial Fans Failure?

    Industrial fans have been in use since decades as a major source of cooling of industrial machines and equipment. They serve as cooling and air circulation devices to prevent overheating and subsequent damage. So, they find applications across several industries such as power generation, petrochemical, construction, cement production, automotive, electronics, and much more. The application scope of industrial fans is infinite. However, owing to their continuous use in harsh environments, they are prone to several unseen problems. Hence, it is essential to perform preventative maintenance on industrial fans that helps you diagnose areas prone to failure. Being an integral part of industrial equipment used today, running them at peak performance on a continual basis may eventually cause wear and subsequent failure. But during preventive maintenance, there are certain signs one must check for to detect any issues early on and fix them on time. This post discusses common causes of industrial fans failure. So, stay tuned.

  • Selection Guide: Factors to Consider for Application-Focused Purchase of Industrial Blowers

    The blower fans or blowers are an integral part of several industrial equipment and they are used primarily for cooling. These fans find applications in industrial Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems, drying units, temperature control units, smoke exhausts, exhaust chimneys, and so on. The scope of application of industrial blowers does not limit here. Owing to their increasing use in multiple applications, their specifications and features also largely vary. That is why the selection of industrial blowers for industrial or commercial applications requires the consideration of multiple factors. This selection guide for industrial blowers discusses all such factors needed for choosing the correct industrial blower.

  • Get Introduced to Different Types of Fans Used in HVAC Systems

    Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems are equipped with fans, which serve as cooling and air circulating devices. Fans are of great significance in HVAC systems. However, not each cooling or ventilation activity is performed by one type of fan. HVAC systems are often designed for result-centric output and therefore for different activities, and performance parameters, different types of fans are used in an HVAC system. There are ideally two types of industrial fans, namely, axial fans and centrifugal fans. These two fundamental types are further categorized based on design, and performance. Owing to the same, the list of the types of fans used in HVAC systems becomes lengthy. This post introduces different types of fans used in the HVAC systems and the specific roles of each type of fan.

  • Multiple Fans in a Fan Grid Solution: All Beneficial Aspects Discussed

    Fan grids or fan walls are a common sight in industrial cooling and ventilation systems. As the name suggests, the grids may feature multiple fans arranged parallel to each other. These parallel arranged fans help overcome the low air throughput of fans in industrial or commercial cooling and ventilation units. Other than overcoming the lack of sufficient air, there are multiple aspects in which the fan grid solutions with more than one fan can be beneficial. This article discusses how using multiple cooling fan units in a fan grid solution can be beneficial

  • Industrial Blower Fan Overview and Applications

    Industrial blower fans, as the term suggests, are used in industrial units to blow huge volumes of air through parts and structures of an entire building or facility. These industrial fans are commonly used in areas or segments which require exhaust clearing, ventilation, drying, cooling, removal of dust, and so on.
  • Tangential Fans: Introduction and Working Principle Discussed

    Tangential fans or cross flow fans are one of the popular types of industrial fans used today. These industrial fans are commonly used in industrial systems where uniform airflow is required. Featuring a unique impeller design, these fans offer several benefits, which makes them an integral part of an industrial cooling and ventilation system. 
  • HVAC Systems: Introduction and Working Principle

    HVAC is an acronym for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. The HVAC systems are an integral setup of three processes - heat addition, heat extraction, and conditioning. Certainly, HVAC systems are installed almost everywhere including homes, industrial locations, food processing stations, organic warehouses, marine systems, and so on.

  • Know the Difference Between Fans and Blowers

    Fans and blowers may seem the same to most people, and at times may be used interchangeably. However, fans and blowers are technically different in terms of their working, structure, function, and applications.

  • Know the Working of an Axial Fan

    An axial fan is a type of industrial fan which helps cooling of machines and devices. They facilitate parallel air flow to the rotor shaft, which offers ventilation to the device and prevents overheating. This post discusses the working and uses of AC and DC axial fans.

  • Axial vs Centrifugal Fan: Know the Difference

    Depending on the applications and industrial requirements, we can see many types of industrial fans. Among these, industrial axial fans and centrifugal fans are the two popular ones. These serve a similar purpose but their constructions and functions differ in several ways. This post discusses the differences between these two types of industrial fans.

  • AC Fan vs DC Fan: Which One is Suitable for Your Application?

    There are several types of industrial fans depending on several criteria. However, depending on the type of power supply, the industrial fans are distinguished into two types - AC fans and DC fans. Therefore, this post gives insights about the difference between AC fans and DC fans, along with criteria to select one of these types for specific applications.