We Have Sold Our Largest Fan To Date..

With such a diverse range of fans suitable for varying Industry applications and customers, we have fans ranging from the very small to larger units such as the Sodeca - CMRS1000-4T-75. So, we’re extremely excited that January 2016 has started in a big way with us supplying a customer with two of our largest fans to date, ready to be commissioned for a large plant. The fan of the hour, the CMRS1000-4T-75, a single inlet centrifugal fan with high performance, all steel backward curved impellers and an anti-corrosive paint finish on the steel ...


Enclosure Ventilation – An Axair Guide to Power Electronics Cooling

Fan filter kits have been in use for around 20 years and are now considered ‘part of the scenery’ and a commodity product. Their function has not changed, they are still as useful as ever; however,  if the wrong product is selected, the whole control cabinet may overheat and compromise not only the value of the equipment it contains but also the panel’s primary function, powering a whole process plant, shopping centre or datacentre, for example. The impact of this could be catastrophic so it pays to seek advice and assistance when select...


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...


Agile Axair Aid Famous Flying Lady

To many, Warsash in Southern Hampshire will be known for its nautical affiliations, the home of the Maritime and Superyacht Academies and numerous other sailing clubs; however, the South Coast village actually has a strong connection to luxury cars as well as luxury yachts. A stone’s throw away from Southampton, Warsash is also home to the company that produce the Rolls Royce ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’, arguably the worlds most recognised car mascot and an iconic symbol of engineering heritage. Polycast Limited are market leaders in specialis...


Reliable & Robust Dust Extraction Systems

Many industrial and manufacturing processes can produce hazardous airborne particles which need to be extracted away in order to protect the working environment and any susceptible personnel. Axair can supply a range of fans by Sodeca that can be utilised in local extract or multi-point ducted systems to remove these particles safely and efficiently. Sodeca’s CMT, CMAT and CMR centrifugal fans are highly effective at transporting dust and other similar solids due to the configuration of their impeller blades, which aid the passage of parti...


Italian Fans Help Keep Pope On Air

Almost 400,000 people have been known to flock to the Vatican City in Rome during the election of a new Pope. With that many people all vying for a look at one man, in 2007 the Vatican took the somewhat inevitable step of installing a number of large plasma screens in the city’s St. Peter’s Square region. The screens have become a permanent fixture in the square, broadcasting the Pope’s weekly address and his Sunday prayers. With some of these events lasting almost 4 hours, it’s important that these screens don’t overheat in the It...


Roof fans from Fandis

The popular and modern looking TP series of roof fans are now available with higher levels of ingress protection. The roof fans can be protected to both IP54 and IP55. Roof exhaust units are a highly effective solution to improving internal airflow and these units are equipped with a backward curved centrifugal motorised impeller which outperforms standard axial fans of a similar size on filter pressure loss. They are constructed from PC/ABS and have an aluminium top to further assist heat transfer. Available in 230V AC and 115V AC with a...


Weatherproof Motor Cowl for Increased IP Protection of Fan Motors

    Available Sizes: 71 motor frame, 80/90 frame, 112 frame Increased IP protection against all outdoor environmental elements Cost Effective Mounts directly onto the pedestal Easy assembly Suitable for new or existing projects   When situating a corrosion resistant fan with a standard motor outside of the airstream in an outdoor installation, it is important to protect the motor from adverse weather conditions. This maximises efficiency and prolongs the life of the installation. A motor with a h...