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Wall Exhaust Fan
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Wall Exhaust Fans
Ventilar’s Wall Exhaust Fans are commonly used to ventilate and exhaust air out of any industrial building. Our Wall Exhaust Fans are housed in high quality galvanized steel metal and are powered by 3 phase 380v motor.
WF-900, WF-1000, WF-1250
FAN MOTOR - IP54 Protection, Class F insulation 50hz 3 phase 380V
V-BELT - Manufactured by Mitsubishi of Japan.
FAN PULLEY - Made from high strength aluminium-magnesium alloy.
FAN BLADE - High quality stainless steel. Dynamically balanced.
FAN HOUSING - Galvanized steel metal has high zinc coating.
SHUTTER & PROTECTION NETTING - Made from high quality galvanized steel.
Wall Exhaust Fans, also known as industrial wall fans, are commonly used by industrial buildings to create air change by directing stale and hot air out of the building. By creating this air change, the area is kept fresh as new air will replace the contamination and heat that was exhausted out. Typically used to remove heat, smoke, contamination, or other odours that may be created in industrial operations.
Practically any commercial
Features & Benefits
3 Different Sizes
Always install the wall fans at the highest point
If wall fans are selected to exhaust out the air from inside, always install the wall fans at the highest point on the wall. The reason is that the hot air stays at the top and if the wall fans are installed too low, the hot air will be pulled down to lower area.
Prevent air short-circuiting
Where the building has louvered wall all round, the louvered walls close to the wall exhaust fans should be covered or sealed so that outside air is not quickly sucked in and sent out. If this happens, the large part of the building will have no air flow. We call this air re-circulation or air short-circuiting.
Dimension & Weight
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Air Flow (m³/h) @ 0 Pa
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Exhaust Fans Facing Direction
The wind direction in Central Thailand is indicated here in red color over the 12 months of the year. Try to locate the exhaust air fans on the walls that face North, North West or North East.