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 ...


Rosenberg EC in-line duct fans

  Rosenberg has launched a new range of EC in-line duct fans in metal casings. Available in the following industry standard spigot sizes 160, 200, 250, 315 and 355 they have a lower consumption compared to traditional AC alternatives. Fitted with all usual EC features, such as tacho output (speed sensor), and easy speed controllability by 0-10VDC signal or PWM. If you were to compare an EC fan against a similar size AC fan, R315L (AC) vs R315G (EC). The AC version has a power consumption (at free air) of 0.317kwa and the EC 0,194kwa....