Saturated Air Fans
Centrifugal Exhaust Fans for Saturated Air and Gas
Centrifugal exhaust fans frequently process saturated air. That simply means that there is moisture from humidity or various gasses in the air. Technically, air is defined as saturated when its humidity is the highest possible for the given pressure and temperature. Above that point, condensation will form. But moisture, whether water or gas-based, can be corrosive to some materials that make up industrial fan parts.
To combat the potential, or even likely, corrosion of centrifugal exhaust fans in saturated air or saturated gas applications, we’ll need to customize your fan. Saturated air and saturated gas applications often require corrosion-resistant materials like stainless steel and moisture-resistant coatings like epoxy. As a result, you will be able to foster lower maintenance cost and potentially longer fan and system life.
When we engineer custom fans for saturated air, we start with an appropriate fan type and wheel blades designed to process wet gas. We then tweak the materials and finishes to protect from corrosion. Of course, we will review your specifications to make sure you have the optimal fan for your application. Learn more about our custom fan process.
Best Fans for Saturated Air and Saturated Gas
The Radial Tip Fan delivers high static efficiency while resisting material buildup on the wheel/impeller. It offers induced draft air for both clean and dirty air applications. Learn More.
Industrial Exhaust Fans and Blowers are often components of heavy industrial equipment used to provide ventilation, replacing the exhaust air with fresh air. Many other applications depend on this fan type for forced and induced draft air. Learn More
High-Pressure Fans and Blowers are heavy-duty and high-quality for high static pressure applications. They primarily move clean air, but they also have the capability to move some material-laden air. Learn More.