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Axial Fan Motors – Single Phase

Specifications of Axial Fan Motors - Single Phase
ModelSize in inchPolesPhaseVoltage (VAC)Current (A)Power (W)Speed (RPM)Airflow (M³/hr)Airflow (CFM)Noise dBACapacitor ufwt Kg

Axial Fan Motors – Three Phase

Specifications of Axial Fan Motors - Three Phase
ModelSize in inchPolesPhaseVoltage (VAC)Current (A)Power (W)Speed (RPM)Airflow (M³/hr)Airflow (CFM)Noise dBAwt Kg

Best Motor Axial Fan for Your Refrigeration

Axial fans, which are powered by external rotor motors that are quiet and efficient, are frequently employed in air conditioning condensing units and ventilation units. These fans move air through the fan blades to the rotation axis and are ideal for applications that require strong airflow with little pressure build-up.

Motor axial fans at Al Imran have been designed to meet the most stringent criteria. Whether it’s in the sector of refrigeration and air conditioning, ventilation, or renewable energy. Air is moved in a targeted manner by our efficient axial fans with properly matched drive and control technologies.

Things you need to know before buying motor axial fans

An axial fan has skewed blades positioned on a motor-driven rotating shaft (axis) that pull air in and thrust it out in a direction parallel to the shaft. Propeller fans are another name for axial fans. Tubeaxial and vaneaxial fans are other terms for the same thing. These are just axial fans that have been designed to fit into a duct.

Axial fans circulate large quantities of air effectively and efficiently to cool items or ventilate rooms. They come in practically any size, from board level to room size, and depending on the size, they don’t take much electricity to run.

They are also available in both ac and dc versions. Line current is used by ac fans that are rated above 100 volts. Dc-powered fans have much lower voltages (3, 5, 12, 24, or 48 Vdc), however, they are usually supplied by a power supply or batteries.

Axial fans, on the other hand, produce low-pressure airflow. Because the airflow is evenly spread in a defined area, this combination of low pressure and high volume airflow is perfect for cooling equipment and spaces.

Application and uses of motor axial fans

Motor axial fans get their name from the fact that they bow air in a linear path across their axis. These fans’ blades force air to flow parallel to the shaft around which they rotate. Fans of this sort can be found in a wide range of mechanical and electrical devices. These fans can range in size from a small cooling fan for electronics to a massive wind tunnel fan.

Axial fans effectively and efficiently move enormous quantities of air and are often used to cool both small and big spaces. They can be used to keep electrical equipment and computer rooms cool. They can be utilized in HVAC systems, ac condensers, heat exchange units, and industrial systems for spot cooling. Axial fans can be used as exhaust fans as well.

Axial fans in action: effective airflow

Wherever effective airflow solutions are required, our motor axial fans are the ideal choice. Industrial facilities, commercial buildings, and residential spaces can be optimally chilled, temperature-controlled, dehumidified, and ventilated thanks to highly efficient, powerful, and particularly quiet axial fans.

The use of fans and motors is as demand-oriented and energy-saving as feasible thanks to specially designed control technology.

Al Imran has the ideal axial fan for every task: air conditioning, cooling, drying, and ventilation.

Axial fans are not only highly compact and hence very versatile to use, but they also provide excellent efficiency and assist to keep long-term operating expenses low. Our axial fans’ high operational smoothness not only increases their service life but also assures little noise development even while running at full speed.

Al Imran offers AC fans that are powerful, robust, and exceptionally resilient, as well as EC fans that are quiet, efficient, and ecologically friendly. This means we always have the exact axial fan for each of our customers’ unique and frequently challenging challenges.