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Axial Fans Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of axial fan manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source axial fan manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate axial fan companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture axial fan for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading axial fan manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for tube axial fans, curved axial fans, or axial fan blowers.

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  • Syracuse, NY 888-293-7434

    Since 1991, National Turbine Corporation has been a blower manufacturer, bringing you quality multi stage blowers for use in industrial applications. Our employees have over 160 years of combined engineering and manufacturing knowledge. From concept to final product we provide you with the right product and accessories to meet the requirements of any system.

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  • Rhinelander, WI 715-365-3267

    AirPro Fan & Blower Company - #1 Most Reliable Fan Manufacturer. Thousands of customers depend on AirPro fans to keep their operations going, and that's why we build the highest quality fans, prioritize on-time delivery, and offer a 3-year warranty on all products! Founded in 2002, AirPro is privately held and 100% Employee-Owned. With headquarters and manufacturing facilities in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, we offer centrifugal fans for process air applications in North America and around the world. Please call 715-365-3267 or email fans@airprofan.com to request a quote from AirPro on your next fan project.

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  • Willowbrook, IL 800-208-7918

    Since 1889, The New York Blower Company has been a leading manufacturer of industrial blowers and fans. We are an ISO 9001 Certified company committed producing uncompromised quality blowers and fans. NYB has an extensive selection of dependable and innovative blowers with the capabilities of delivering customized solutions to meet specific requirements. Give us a call today!

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  • Carrollton, TX 855-2036223

    Airadyne LLC is a leading manufacturer and supplier of various industrial blowers. The airflow rates of our blowers range from 18 SCFM to 1519 SCFM and are customizable to meet the specific needs of our customers. We pride ourselves on our highest quality products, impressive lead times, and excellent team communication.

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  • Pointe Claire, QC 514-631-3501

    Hibon® has been a blower manufacturer of industrial blowers, centrifugal blowers and multistage blowers, air blowers and industrial fans for over 100 years. We offer quality products and services to markets worldwide. Our products can haled pressure up to 14.5 PSIG, can vacuum up to 92%, and flow up to 34000 acfm.

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  • Cleveland, OH 216-502-3182

    Our team of experts at Cardinal Air Design is committed to providing our customers with innovative solutions and industrial blower products that they can depend on. We believe in not only meeting customer expectations, but surpassing them. There is no one size fits all for industrial blowers, which is why we have a wide selection of blowers with the best performance and reliability.

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Axial Fans

Axial fans are air blowers designed to move the atmosphere. Axial fans are the simplest variety of blowers. They function by creating positive and negative areas of pressure in front of and behind their blades, which creates airflow. An axial fan’s blades are positioned vertically and are curved or tilted to allow for whatever degree of atmospheric pressure manipulation may be necessary.

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Application of Axial Fans

Axial fans can be found in applications ranging from laptop cooling fans to huge wind turbines. Other common varieties of axial fans are ceiling fans and engine cooling fans. Axial ventilation fans or axial exhaust fans are used in HVAC systems to preserve workspace air quality and comfortable temperatures.

In industrial settings, axial fans are a common choice for exhaust systems, which evacuate harmful or unpleasant fumes from kitchens, factories, warehouses and many other settings. They help to keep clean rooms contaminant-free, tunnels ventilated and gymnasiums cool. Axial fan motion is controlled by belts and pulleys, AC motors or DC motors. Computer equipment cooling fans require brushless DC motors because they produce a significantly lower amount of electromagnetic interference.

Types of Axial Fans

Axial fans and radial fans are the two varieties of fans available. Radial fans are different from axial fans in several ways, and chief among those differences is the radial fan’s blade orientation. To an observer standing in front of an axial fan at eye level, an axial fan’s curved blades would be visible. A radial fan’s blades are less visible, first because they are usually hidden by a solid enclosure, and second because they are positioned horizontally.

Design
These two fans are both designed to produce low, medium and high pressures airflows, though centrifugal fans can generate much more pressure than an axial fan operating at the same rotational speed due to radial blowers’ "churning'' perpendicular air flow, which is utilized in leaf blowers, blow dryers and air mattress inflators. Axial fans can move large volumes of air at high rates, operating optimally as cooling, ventilation, exhaust and duct fans in lower pressure environments. Radial blowers can be more popular than axial fans as industrial utilities because of their increased pressure production capacity compared to their axial counterparts. Industrial floor dryers, for example, are usually designed using radial blowers, because they can generate a higher-pressure airflow at the same rotation as an axial blower.


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