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Axial Fans | The Hot Spot For Tanning Machine Reliability

We’re all aware that Summer is approaching and with that comes the compulsory suntan required to carry off those garish shorts hidden deep in the wardrobe.  Many of us will achieve this by paying a few visits to our local tanning salon. We also know that these tanning machines or sunbeds use ultraviolet lamps or bulbs that emit UV light to help the user achieve a bronzed suntan. The quality of the tan can depend on the type of ultraviolet lamp or bulb used within these booths. In many cases a quartz type of glass is used and depending on the...


Rolling Into 2016 In Style…

Hangar 111 are a specialist for Lotus cars, providing tuning parts for road, track and Motorsport. With an increasing number of years in successful Lotus driving behind them, Hangar 111 put their knowledge, skills and experience into building and supporting Lotus cars for competitive Motorsport, having achieved numerous podium successes for their customers. As part of the improved Hangar service, an in-house rolling road chassis dynamometer was recently introduced to measure the power of the vehicle and can give an accurate data capture of hor...


Ecofit 300 Diameter Axial Revitalised for Erp 2015

Many of our fans are being redeveloped to ensure that they comply with the ErP 2015 directive and the latest model to be updated is our 300mm diameter axial from Ecofit. The high speed 2 pole model is capable of 2675rpm and provides nearly 100m³/h more airflow at 0Pa then the version it has replaced. This is largely thanks to the fan’s new blades which are profiled and designed for better performance and efficiency. Like the previous version, the blades are individually welded directly onto the motor's rotor. The new model has lower mo...


Rolling Back the Years – Axair & AH Motorsports

Back in 2003, we supplied the first of many fans for a rolling road application; supporting AH Motorsports, independent experts in race preparation and race engine building. Set up in 1999 by Adrian Hawkins, AHM are based in Hartley Wintney on the Surrey/Hampshire border and originally specialised in Alfa Romeo, FIAT and Abarth. Business has evolved over the last 16 years and they now support a number of other Italian models along with our very own Aston Martin, the V8 Vantage in particular. Owner Adrian has always been passionate about the il...


Axair Help Get the Blow on the Road

Back in May last year, we told you how we had supported Motorsport Developments in Lancashire with the development of a brand new tuning facility. We supplied two Rosenberg 900 Ø EC plate axial fans to help them create a dedicated exhaust extraction system for their rolling road. Well, we’ve been at it again, helping CC Tuning in Burton-upon-Trent, only this time it was a fan from our Sodeca range that would take pole position in their tuning bay. Set up in 1993, CC Tuning have grown alongside the increased popularity of motorsports and ...


Axair Fans Defend Famous English Warship from Latest Assault

The new Mary Rose Museum opened in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard on 31st May 2013, thirty one years since the historic warship was raised from the bed of the Solent.  The purpose-built museum was specially designed to give visitors a first-hand experience of the ship’s interior and the fascinating Tudor artefacts which have been reunited with the hull. Conservation of the hull and the recovered artefacts has been on-going since the recovery of the ship in 1982. The recovered starboard hull was first treated with a spray solution of polyeth...


HGI Fan Proves Fume Favorite for High Volume Extraction

We recently supplied a number of HGI-125-T-1 axial fans to an air handling contractor that had designed a ventilation system for a PVC sheet manufacturer. The PVC manufacturing process produces a number of gases, including hydrogen chloride, and the wall mounted axial fans would allow for the control and extraction of any potentially toxic fumes from their facilities. Encased in galvanised anti corrosive metal, the belt driven HGI-125-T-1 is designed to move large volumes of air at low speed, operating at 437 rpm to produce a maximum airf...


Control Offshore Fan Systems with Remote Regulation

Remote computer connection has become common place in industrial environments, changing the way that processes and procedures are undertaken and generally enhancing the capabilities of the industrial sector. Power Generation has been a great user of these remote computer connections. On-site operatives are fast becoming a thing of the past for many power generation centres as they look to monitor operations and equipment from a central location. This can prove particularly useful when the locality of a power centre is hard to reach. Industrial...


Axair’s Rosenberg Connection Keeps Rail Fleets On Track

1.3 billion journeys are made on Britain’s railways every year. With this expected to double over the next 30 years, it’s paramount that operators have reliable fleets that are capable of coping with the strain of such intense demand. Technological developments have assisted with this reliability but increased journeys and speeds have led to an increase in the amount of heat generated by a train in operation. This heat can take its toll on the train’s hardworking electrical components as well passengers and staff. Through our partnersh...


ATEX Fans: Let’s Clear The Air

Explosive atmospheres can be generated by a number of manufacturing processes. As of July 1st 2003, it has been mandatory, under European law, that any equipment used in a potentially explosive atmosphere must conform to specific ATEX safety standards. Axair can help to ensure that your fan system complies with these standards; supplying a wide range of ATEX rated fans, for a wide variety of environments. An ATEX fan is required for any application in which there is potential for explosive gases or dusts to be present in the environment ...