Industrial dryers are used in a variety of manufacturing processes, and dryers depend on fans to supply and exhaust air to complete the drying processes. The drying systems will not function without fans. We understand that, and so we ensure that our fans are built for maximum reliability and ease of maintenance.
We recently shipped this backward-inclined exhaust fan for a dryer with max air temperatures of 500° Fahrenheit. The fan wheel was dynamically balanced to ISO G2.5 to minimize vibration. The fan included bearings with an L10 life greater than 100,000 hours and they were outfitted with extended lubrication lines, making it easier to grease the bearings.
Performance: 7,000 cfm airflow @ 3.21” wg static pressure @ 0.058 lb/ft^3 inlet air density
|BIHS (backward inclined)
|200 (20” diameter impeller)
|1 (belt drive)
|Max Design Temperature