The right radial fans for your system
The range of applications for radial fans is huge, as every ventilation system needs a radial fan to supply energy. Ideally, the equipment will be perfectly matched to the operational situation in question so that it can work successfully and at a high level of efficiency.
At Scheuch COMPONENTS, radial fans are available in a wide range of designs, and tailored models are offered too.
What is a radial fan?
Radial fans are continuous-flow machines that generate a high pressure in their surroundings with a low air volume.
Multiple fans boost the effect
If you want to boost the pressure increase of radial fans, you can install multiple units in succession.
If you install multiple fan units with radial fans next to each other in a parallel configuration, this increases the volume flow. These methods are used in factory halls or commercial kitchens, for example.
Available radial fan designsModels and types at a glance
Scheuch COMPONENTS offers various radial fan designs to match your individual requirements and the environment in which they are to operate. A wide variety of drive types (e.g. with belt drive or direct drive), impeller types (e.g. forward or backward curved) and model series means you are sure to find the right design for your needs.
Type of drive:
Impeller type – dependent on:
- Impeller diameter
- Impeller curve (forward or backward curved)
- Impeller width
Radial fan for extraction
Robust and high-quality radial fans are not only suitable for use as ventilation machines, they can also be used to provide extraction. This method of extraction is deployed in a range of fields, including the process air technology sector.
Whether dust, gas, grains, plastic or wood particles – extraction is absolutely no problem for radial fans. The same is also true when it comes to hot vapours and aerosols.
Where are radial fans used?
Industrial radial fans are used wherever potentially explosive air or air that contains chemicals, fats or odours needs to be transported in large volumes – for example, in industrial processes, at petrol stations, in laboratories, storerooms for hazardous goods, boiler rooms or commercial kitchens.