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How to Save Energy using Inverters to Control Speed

Better control of fan speed means better control of energy consumption and energy costs. What does an inverter do? Put simply, an inverter is used to vary the speed of the motor to match the required load. In most cases, fans are specified to match the maximum ventilation requirements of the setting. Installing an inverter allows you to control the speed of your fan motor to match the actual ventilation needs, rather than run the fan at full power constantly. An inverter can vary the motor speed with no loss of efficiency. Inverters can be...


Axair Shortlisted for HazardEx Awards – Voting Now Open

We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Contribution to Safety Award as part of the HazardEx Awards 2019. Our range of Storm corrosion-resistant, ATEX certified fans have been selected for the award designed to recognise excellence in the hazardous area sector. A total of 25 nominations were shortlisted across 5 categories for the awards. Winners will be announced at the HazardEx Awards 2019 Conference & Exhibition Gala Dinner on Wednesday 27th February. Over the last decade, the Hazardex Awards programme h...


Casal’s Storm Range Strengthened with Introduction of NIMUS & NIMAX

The new NIMAX and NIMUS range of highly efficient, medium pressure, backward curved, single inlet fans form an integral part of the Storm range produced by Axair’s supply partner, Casals Ventilation. The Casals Storm range offers and extremely comprehensive range of industrial fans, which also includes material handling fans and high pressure fans with both backward curved and radial blades The NIMUS and NIMAX range are available with 11 impeller sizes, from diameter 310mm to 1400mm and with motor powers from 0.37kW to 110kW, with airfl...