axial fan

axial fan

[′ak·sē·əl ′fan]
(mechanical engineering)
A fan whose housing confines the gas flow to the direction along the rotating shaft at both the inlet and outlet.
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Contract awarded for 29ns-24 volts dc axial fan for igbt based three phase tcn type bhel locomotives, nominal voltage- 24 volts dc, power rating- 2.
The spraying axial fan is used in the air-conditioning room of a textile mill and also can be used in other air condition places for humidifying and blowing
CECx fans use a panel box construction onto which is mounted an axial fan set that discharges warm air through an adjustable, double-deflection louvred grille.
The four mounting screws simply need to be loosened to swing the axial fan to the side.
The use of a centrifugal inline blower instead of an axial fan provides more airflow at higher pressures and quieter operation than competing brands.
The Vane Axial fan models being specified for power supplies include: OD1238-VXC, OD9238-VXC, OD8038-VXC, and OD6038-VXC.
The unit is a counterflow, induced draft, axial fan design that operates between 41 and 2,500 ammonia tons.
When the axial fan is running, the noises include aerodynamic noise, mechanical noise and gas-solid coupling noise that is generated by the interaction between gas and solid elastic system noise.
For axial fan types, propeller fans suffer from larger tip clearances and the absence of turning vanes and tube axial fans suffer from the lack of turning vanes.
dc marine axial fan has been engineered to supply two to three times the amount of air flow vs.
A 115-volt axial fan mounted on the side or rear wall helps keep everything cool.
Also featured are aluminum and stainless steel fan filters, which can be mounted to the fan or panel, and fit any standard 60 mm and 120 mm tube axial fan.