The radial-tipped design provides high static efficiency while resisting material buildup on the impeller. With self-cleaning capability, it keeps dust and other particulates moving through the wheel to exit the fan.
We designed this high-temperature, radial-tipped fan for a dryer exhaust application. It includes a split housing for easier maintenance access and a 200 HP motor with the fan and motor mounted on a unitary base.
Performance: 45,000 cfm airflow @ 16” wg static pressure @ 0.045 lb/ft^3 inlet air density
|RTHS (radial tipped)
|445 (45.5” diameter impeller)
1 (belt drive)
|Max Design Temperature
To learn more about radial-tipped fan designs, read more and watch a quick video on this blog post. If you have a similar application or any project you’d like to discuss, contact our application engineers.