Stainless Steel Fans

Stainless Steel Fans

Our industrial stainless steel fans are available in axial and centrifugal constructions for a range of demands. Stainless steel is ideal for use in food production and is capable of handling corrosive fumes.

Fans for Food Processing

Stainless steel boasts many useful properties, such as its hygienic and easy to clean composition which makes it perfect for ventilating food processing areas. ATEX variants should be used if food materials like flour and starch are being processed as they are combustible.

Corrosion Fume Extraction Fans

Our MDI range of centrifugal stainless steel fans are designed to handle corrosive air at higher temperatures than the polypropylene equivalents. The maximum working temperature of the carried air is 130ºC and the ambient air is 50ºC (single phase) or 60ºC (three phase).

ATEX rated versions available on requestATEX rated fans

Applications

Stainless steel boasts many useful properties, such as its hygienic and easy to clean composition which makes it perfect for ventilating food processing areas. ATEX variants should be used if food materials like flour and starch are being processed as they are combustible.

Our stainless steel fans can also be used to reduce the water volume of food in a drying process, for example, dried fruit production.

Equally, they can be used to extract cooking fumes from industrial kitchens and draw out heat where food lines and conveyors need to be cooled.

Special coatings are also available for marine and offshore environments.

Food Processing
commercial kitchen extraction

Products in this Range

HB Short Cased Axial Fans

Designed for industrial ventilation via wall or duct installation, ATEX versions

HM Long Cased Axial Fans

Reinforced powder coated steel casing with IP55 motor for inline installation

MDI Medium Pressure Stainless Steel Fans

High pressure centrifugal fans for corrosive fume extraction, ATEX versions

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Wastewater Treatment Ventilation: Polypropylene vs. Stainless Steel and GRP (01/05/2019)

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