In the construction industry, you will notice that contractors are installing fans and blowers to act as ventilators.Fans or air circulators can be described as electronic devices that are used to cool the atmosphere.Fans consist of motor, housing units, blades, and other parts that ensure the fans are upright.There are different types of fans in the market.Fans may range from axial fans, desk and tabletop fans, centrifugal fans, tower fans, freestanding floor fans to centrifugal fans.
Tower fans can be described as fans with a vertical housing unit and whose cooling system is of the same height as that of the tower.The freestanding floor fans consist of a traditional blade and a housing unit that is attached to the upright pole.An amazing fact about the desk and tabletop fans is that they do not compromise space since they sit on top of desks and countertops.
Fans whose blades are pointed perpendicularly to the airflow are known as centrifugal fans.Finally, fans whose blades face the direction of an airflow are referred to as axial fans.A common feature among these fans is that they work under a pressure ratio of 1.11.
The blowers, on the other hand, are responsible for air circulation.Blowers can be divided into two categories.The common examples of blowers in the market are centrifugal blowers and positive displacement blowers.
The centrifugal blowers comprise of a single stage system for efficiency and a multi-stage system for a wider airflow.The second type of blower captures and directs air in the right direction by the use of a rotor geometry.Whatever the type of blower, they all operate at a pressure of 1.11 to 1.2.
It is important that you install either a blower or a fan in your house or building.Both ventilation systems aid in air circulation and remove components like dampers and ducts that cause air flow resistance.Another important function of blowers is in cleaning and automotive application.
Here are some important factors to consider when you are shopping for a fan or a blower.First things first, you must know why you need a fan.The intended purpose of either a fan or a blower will help you select one that can get the job done.It is important that you carefully choose the brand of a fan or blower you are buying.The brand must be reputable.
The choice of your potential blower or fan should further be guided by its intended location.Moreover, the intended location will help you choose the type, power requirements, size, and capability of a ventilator you are eyeing.Lastly, have in mind the features you want in either a blower or a fan.Features could include mobility, power options, user-friendliness, programmable timers, and remote control access.Make sure the features fit your taste and preferences.