Industrial fan with little horsepower requirement

Using little horsepower, Titan industrial fan is designed to offers an efficient CFM per watt, low installation cost, light weight, and easy maintenance.

07/20/2016


Using little horsepower, Titan industrial fan is designed to offers an efficient CFM per watt, low installation cost, light weight, and easy maintenance. Courtesy: HunterHunter's Titan industrial fan is a high volume low speed fan that comes in 5 different sizes varying from 14- to 24-foot blade span and has a diameter of 288 in. Using little horsepower, Titan industrial fan is designed to offers an efficient CFM per watt, low installation cost, light weight, and easy maintenance. The fan utilizes direct drive electronically commuted motor and lubricated-for-life bearings. It's touch screen user interface allows integration to the their building management system through industry-standard protocols.

Hunter Industrial

www.hunterindustrialfan.com 



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