Roof Mounted Vertical Discharge Centrifugal Fan
- Air volume flow rates of up to 0.53m3/sec
- Motors standard squirrel cage induction, mounted out of the air stream
- Motors IP54 protection and Class F insulation
- Suitable for operating temperatures up to 50℃
- Cowls are of galvanised steel construction
- Can be mounted at angles of up to 15°
- Available in AC
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Features and Benefits
The all metal cowls have a robust, long lasting construction, manufactured from galvanised steel and powder coated after forming.
With motors out of the air stream, the SCHT is suitable for a wide range of applications from contaminated air to elevated temperatures.
Aerodynamically designed backward curved centrifugal impellers in either sheet steel or aluminium dependent upon impeller selection.
Motors have sealed for life bearings.
The wind band is held in place with toggle clamps to permit easy access for cleaning and maintenance when the units are installed in atmospheres that are dirt laden.
Can be mounted at angles of up to 15° which means the fans be fitted directly to pitched roofs.
All units are designed and manufactured with procedures as defined in BS EN ISO 9001: 2000.
The all metal cowls shall provide a long lasting and robust construction, manufactured from pressed galvanised sheet steel and powder coated after forming. The wind band shall incorporate toggle clamps to provide easy access for cleaning and maintenance. All SCHT units can be mounted at angles up to 15°.
Aerodynamically designed backward curved centrifugal impellers constructed in aluminium or galvanised sheet steel. Impellers are balanced to ISO 14694 Grade G6.3.
Motors are to be foot mounted totally enclosed metric type to IP55, with sealed for life bearings, standard industrial paint finish and Class F insulation to EN 60034-5, suitable for operating temperatures up to +50℃. Motors are to be wired via a weatherproofed cable to an IP55 protected terminal box.
Units are to be designed and manufactured with procedures as defined in BS EN ISO 9001:2008.
All SCHT units are to be tested to ISO 5801:2007 (airside performance) and BS 848 Part 2:1985 (sound performance).