SwingOut & PullOut radial fan
for quick and easy cleaning
Where are SwingOut & PullOut radial fans used?
Downtimes in production processes cost money – with the direct-driven industrial-grade SwingOut and PullOut fans, cleaning is quick and easy because the impeller and motor are mounted on a door and, depending on the design, are simply swung out or pulled out to the rear. The ducting system does not have to be separated from the fan. This saves both time and money as it allows the system to be put back into operation very quickly.
This type of fan is primarily used in applications where inspections or maintenance work need to be carried out regularly on the impeller. In painting systems, for example, caking can often occur on the impeller. With the SwingOut & PullOut variant, this caking can be removed quickly and easily.
How can process downtime be avoided?
Sudden plant failures generally bring processes to a complete standstill. To enable these failures to be detected in advance, Scheuch COMPONENTS worked with the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria to develop virtual sensors which use selected data to predict the condition of the fan by means of algorithms. Continuous monitoring allows caking, wear, bearing problems and many other types of damage to be detected before they occur so that cleaning or maintenance can be scheduled in good time.
Scheuch COMPONENTS also offers other components as additional and safety equipment for radial fans.
RADIAL FANS PERFORMANCE PORTFOLIO
With 3 different types of drive on offer, along with 6 impeller types, 12 model series and 31 nominal widths, Scheuch COMPONENTS provides an extensive range of radial fans for industrial use in all kinds of applications.
In addition to the standard portfolio, tailored solutions can also be created in consultation with the customer – including gas-tight fans for transporting hydrogen, multi-stage arrangements for high pressure levels, versions with wear protection or other accessories, and fans for special installation situations. Double-flow radial fans or hot-gas fans are also available for large volume flows or high temperatures.