Six Examples of Where To Use Industrial Fans
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Industrial fans have large powerful blades which can move
large volumes of air around to cool and ventilate. Some
models can be ducted to remove stale and unpleasant air
creating a better working environment. Some industrial fans
can even be used outside. Here are some specific uses of
industrial fans or blowers.
Industrial fans are not something that you’d hire for your
home – even in the height of summer – as they are very
powerful and a little bit noisy for domestic purposes. But they
have many uses for commercial, industrial, leisure and
Weddings, workshops, parties and any event using a
marquee to host it. Marquees are wonderful places but can
become hot, humid and stale. An industrial fan can quietly
run in the background moving the air around and reducing
the need to keep entrances and exits open to reduce heat.
Events in marquees.
Industrial fans are ideal for creating wind effects
for film sets and have been used creatively at
music concerts and by other creative industries.
These big blowers are ideal for areas where
industrial manufacturing causes smells and
humidity. Some fans can be ducted outside to
remove bad air and refresh the atmosphere. Perfect
for foundries, factory production lines, workshops
and welding bays.
Competitive events held indoors can be stuffy
and a blower is ideal to move large volumes of
air. Ideal for professional and amateur events
such as displays, dance and aerobic sports.
In order to keep your workforce comfortable and
productive in the summer months, it is important
to keep air circulating. Along with our industrial
fans, smaller office fans are a great option to
create a better atmosphere – cooler, less humid,
fresher. Ideal for call centres, offices, restaurant
kitchens, laboratories and computer rooms.
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