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Posted by Keenan White on April 11, 2017
Any fan worth its weight is manufactured in accordance with designs that have been tested and rated to meet certain performance conditions for given speeds. A fan performance curve or table is then developed to give the fan owner guidelines for what air movement to expect at the supplied speed. This fan performance curve or table indicates the expected volume, pressure, and horsepower for the indicated speed.
So, when you test the fan’s performance, why isn’t it producing a volume, pressure and horsepower consistent with the fan curve or table you’ve been provided? Some possible reasons are as follows:
These are starting points that may lead to answering why your fan is not performing on its curve or table. If you still have questions – contact Indventech at 888-864-4344 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.