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SEAT Fume Fans Plastic Fantastic for Educational Environments

In April 2014, a fire, which started in a small domestic refrigerator, caused over £100,000 worth of damage to science equipment and rooms at a Preston based college. The specialist 'Plant & Soil science' laboratories were rapidly refurbished in order to get them ready in time for the start of the new college year and this included the installation of a number of SEAT fume extract fans from Axair. The SEAT S35 models were applied to the extract hoods over the laboratory furnaces. Supplied complete they were delivered with weather ped...


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...


New SEAT S50: Powerful Protection from Hazardous Fumes

Powerful, energy saving and quiet, it’s hard to ask for more from a fume extraction fan but the new SEAT S50 has all those attributes and more. Designed for exhausting fumes from hazardous manufacturing processes, the S50 is the latest addition to SEAT’s S Series and can support perilous processes such as PCB manufacturing, component washing and etching. Fitted with a backward curved impeller, the S50 can produce a high pressure but with low noise and impressive efficiency. The fan’s polypropylene construction makes it ideal for use in...


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 ...