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PORTABLE FANS CLEAR THE AIR

30-07-2019
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Fanquip has released a series of electricity-powered portable industrial purging fans for heavy industries with power and volume capabilities equalling those achieved by their fixed-position equivalents.

These lightweight units are supplied with 5m of heavy-duty flexible ducting, allowing them to be placed well away from an opening to allow a greater amount of fresh air for workers.

The purging fans have a lightweight aluminium casing and can be set up for either blowing or extracting; therefore in situations where there is only one escape route all unwanted air is quickly and easily purged.

With industry subject to increasing fines for breaches of workplace health and safety laws relating to confined space ventilation in the workplace, Fanquip’s purging fans suit almost every industry, as they can also be supplied with Ex rated motors for hazardous areas.

Designed primarily as a replacement for trailer mounted units, Fanquip purging fans include a standard transportation frame for convenient fit and moveability.

The fans in the series include diameters of 300 and 400mm, motor speeds of 2880rpm, motor powers of 1.1, 1.5 and 2.2kW, free air volumes of 1200, 2200 and 2500L/s, and voltages of single phase 240V and three phase 415V.

Fanquip
02 6578 8600
www.fanquip.com.au

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