Double-flow radial fan
Radial fans for large volumetric flows
are an indispensable part of most operational processes in ventilation systems. In cases where extremely large volumes need to be moved or transported, or where a critical impeller mass is exceeded, radial fans with bearings at both sides are an ideal choice. This type of equipment is available in single-flow and double-flow versions.
However, the robust design of Scheuch COMPONENTS radial fans makes it possible to achieve large volumetric flows even with unilateral bearings (i.e. single-flow systems).
Bearings can be provided on both sides if requested by the customer, and this configuration is implemented as standard above a critical impeller mass.
Are there additional options available for double-flow radial fans?
A version with a continuous steel bracket or a concrete foundation is available for on-site installation.
Where are double-flow radial fans used?
Double-flow radial fans are the perfect choice in any application that needs to transport or move extremely high volumes of media, and their compact size means they take up very little space even in cases where conditions are cramped. They can also be used in applications related to specific industries, such as:
• the cement or glass industry
• the coal and steel industry
• the metals industry
• test stands and industrial workshops
What criteria should be used to select a double-flow radial fan?
There is a whole range of designs and sizes to choose from when selecting a double-flow radial fan, depending on the function and power you are looking for. Blades and impellers are also important functional factors to consider.
Additionally, it is vital to think about the level of efficiency you need, the aerodynamics and the temperature at the operating site. Using appropriate simulation processes is an excellent way of determining the efficiency that can potentially be achieved. Here at Scheuch COMPONENTS, we use CFD simulations to optimize our radial fans.
What does a CFD simulation do?
CFD stands for Computational Fluid Dynamics, a branch of numerical fluid mechanics. Carried out properly, a CFD simulation makes it possible to adjust, visualize and optimize flow processes involving components through which flows take place and objects around which flows need to travel. Our theoretical calculations are verified with models on our test stands and undergo continuous development. We then use these calculations and similar representations to ensure our radial fans perform extremely efficiently in practice.
Strength calculations in the context of FE simulations allow us to keep improving the design of our radial fans and expanding the volumetric flow range for impellers. Through our CFD simulations, we are happy to help you find the right solution for your specific operating processes.
At a glance – standard performance data
Volumetric flow: 100,000–1,500,000 Bm³/h
Pressure increase: 2,000–9,000 Pa
Motor power: 800–5,000 kW
High standards for your radial fan
With 3 different types of drive on offer, along with 6 impeller types, 12 series and 31 nominal widths, Scheuch COMPONENTS provides an extensive range for use in all kinds of tasks and applications. In addition to our high-quality, standardized product portfolio of around 1,700 radial fan types of various sizes, we also offer customized solutions. These can be tailored to your specific needs and the conditions on site. Just get in touch with us for personalized advice!
Our customer service team is happy to provide advice and active support for any questions regarding assembly, commissioning or maintenance of your fans.