Axial vs. Centrifugal Fans Commercial facilities need effective air control. They must strive to provide the safest and cleanest working conditions for their teams that also comply with industry standards. The two primary types of industrial fans facilities typically use are axial and centrifugal fans. The kind of facility chooses will depend on the building’s size and exhaust […]
Axial vs. Centrifugal Fans Choosing the optimal type of exhaust fan is vital for operational efficiency. There are two main subsets of exhaust fan: axial and centrifugal. Axial fans move air or gas using axial force. The air moves parallel to the fan’s axis. This option provides low-pressure airflow and is optimal for general-purpose applications […]
Facilities that have wide spaces and high ceilings may have difficulty with air circulation and temperature control. For facilities where moisture buildup interferes with processes or endangers products or livestock, continuously circulating air prevents bacteria and other contaminants from building up on surfaces. Good airflow also helps dry up moisture, even when in unheated spaces. […]
At Indventech, we specialize in the supply of industrial and commercial ventilation technologies. One of our core product offerings is standard and custom dust collection systems. Dust collection systems are used in industrial and commercial facilities to collect and remove dust and other solid particulates from air circulating through equipment and the surrounding work environment. […]
This is a great time to improve your workspace conditions. Big fans and big rebates are available now. Especially with Indventech as your fan provider with a turnkey capability if you require it.
A brewery came to us in need (talk about a role reversal LOL). Their wall exhaust fans were very old and broken. As a result, Indventech visited the site and did a free evaluation. Were the fans repairable? Following a close inspection, the bearings and structure were single-use setups. We concluded they were beyond repair. […]
We received a call today about this so here’s some quick thoughts (as in NOT EXHAUSTIVE) for roof or wall exhaust fan belt replacement: Identify belt length and type Measure center to center on pulleys (aka sheaves) Measure outside diameter of each pulley Measure the width of pulley gap where belt enters Typically the belts […]
Just wrapped up a blower system where the customer needed to create and maintain a constant pressure inside a closed space where there was not 100% seal. We put together a blower package that included the following: inline intake filter duct blower drive sensor pre-wired tubing run test prior to ship verify functionality The customer […]
One of the most lightweight and economical HVLS fans on the market, ECO: Requires little to no maintenance thanks to its direct drive motor Provides unmatched performance and reliability without a gear box’s extra moving parts Pre-wired plugs cut installation time in half Comes with an industry-leading warranty Airfoils made of structural grade aluminum Contact us to learn more.
Thanks to the marketing of a donkey’s rear end (aka big ass OR a$$ for us in the know), many people are now familiar with High Volume Low Speed ceiling fans. To reduce your electric bill (ROI is generally less than 3 years), ask the right questions before proceeding. Here’s a quick starter HVLS checklist […]