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New Heights in Heat-Resistance: CLIBOS High Temperature Fan

ems sept 19 14New Heights in Heat-Resistance: CLIBOS High Temperature Fan

In collaboration with supply partner Casals Ventilation, Axair has recently launched a new high temperature fan designed to handle the hottest air yet.

Listening to the requirements of customers in industries that have the challenge of extremely high temperature operations, a solution has been developed to move air and gases up to 350°C.

Applications
The innovative use of high density rock wool insulation, heat-resistant paint coatings and carbon laminated steel means that the CLIBOS-TR series can withstand extreme conditions. Such environments include industrial ovens, furnaces, incinerators, boilers, paint booths and drying facilities for wood, ceramics, glass, barley and tobacco.

Installation Example
One of the most typical high temperature applications for the CLIBOS-TR series are paint booths. This type of installation has an oven for drying the paint once it is applied to the product. With the CLIBOS-TR fan, thanks to the rock wool (available in thicknesses of 150 and 200mm) and the thermal grooves of the casing (pictured), a thermal bridge is created which allows the internal heat of the oven to be dissipated.
In this example of two CLIBOS-TR installed in a paint booth over, the difference in the internal and external temperature of the oven is illustrated in the thermal imaging.

Increasing Pressure with a Scroll
It may be the case that the installation in the oven or similar application needs a higher pressure than the medium pressure provided by the fan. In this situation, a higher air pressure can be achieved by adding the CLBC fan scroll (pictured) with its corresponding suction cone, the CLBI.
In addition to the CLBC scroll and CLBI cone, Axair provide a number of accessories for the CLIBOS-TR that allow it to be used in a wide range of high temperature applications. For example, ATEX switches, automatic bearing greasers, frequency speed controllers, rotation speed monitors and vibration monitoring systems.

Contact Axair’s team to discuss your project or for more information about their high temperature fans.
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