Narrow-depth axial fan

  • 13-May-2016 11:23 EDT
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Multi-Wing’s PMAX3 narrow-depth axial fan is engineered for applications with restricted space that require high static pressure. Featuring a new blade root design, PMAX3 has a minimum axial deflection and is ideal for many stationary applications and off-road equipment such as small- to medium-size tractors, rollers, compact wheel loaders, and excavators. Offered in diameters from 17.5 to 25 in (445 to 635 mm), the fans have an axial depth of 3 to 4.5 in (77 to 114 mm). These modular fans are available with 3-, 6-, or 9-blade configurations and have pitch angles from 20° to 47.5° in 2.5° increments. A 15.75 in (400 mm) diameter PMAX3 has tip speeds of up to 426.51 fps (130 m/s). The maximum-diameter PMAX3 fan can operate at 3800 rpm. For more information, visit www.multi-wing.net/access.

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