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Slant-Wall, Cone & Cylinder Exhaust Fans

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Slant-wall, cone, and cylinder exhaust fans pull stale air, heat, odors, and some moisture out of indoor spaces to reduce airborne contaminants, improve indoor air quality, and allow occupants to breathe comfortably. They also may help regulate the indoor air temperature since they circulate the air. Also known as agricultural fans, these fans mount to an exterior wall and are suitable for applications where fans cannot be mounted to ceilings.
Slant-wall, cone, and cylinder exhaust fans pull stale air, heat, odors, and some moisture out of indoor spaces to reduce airborne contaminants, improve indoor air quality, and allow occupants to breathe comfortably. They also may help regulate the indoor air temperature since they circulate the air. Also known as agricultural fans, these fans mount to an exterior wall and are suitable for applications where fans cannot be mounted to ceilings.

Belt-Drive Slant-Wall Exhaust Fans

Belt-Drive Slant-Wall Exhaust Fans

Slant-wall fans are commonly used for ventilating industrial and agricultural facilities. Their slanted housing helps protect the fan motor and fan blades from rain and falling debris. These fans have shutters on the intake side, which helps minimize turbulence as air moves through the fan. The shutters close when the fans turn off to block out drafts. The fans also have discharge guards that help prevent objects from entering the fan on the discharge side. Belt-drive slant-wall fans are typically quieter and provide more control over the fans' blade speed and airflow than direct-drive slant-wall fans. Belts connect the fans' motors to their fan blades. Belt-drive fans are better suited than direct-drive fans for high airflow (≥ 2000 cfm) or high static pressure (≥ 0.50") applications.

    Steel Blades & Steel Frame

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    Belt-Drive Slant-Wall Exhaust Fans with Cone

    Belt-Drive Slant-Wall Exhaust Fans with Cone
    The cone on these fans maximizes airflow and reduces turbulence as air leaves the fan in applications where multiple fans are installed next to each other. Slant-wall fans are commonly used for ventilating industrial and agricultural facilities. Their slanted housing helps protect the fan motor and fan blades from rain and falling debris. These fans have shutters on the intake side, which helps minimize turbulence as air moves through the fan. The shutters close when the fans turn off to block out drafts. The fans also have discharge guards that help prevent objects from entering the fan on the discharge side. Belt-drive slant-wall fans are typically quieter and provide more control over the fans' blade speed and airflow than direct-drive slant-wall fans. Belts connect the fans' motors to their fan blades.

      Steel Blades & Steel Frame

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      Direct-Drive Slant-Wall Exhaust Fans

      Direct-Drive Slant-Wall Exhaust Fans
      Slant-wall fans are commonly used for ventilating industrial and agricultural facilities. Their slanted housing helps protect the fan motor and fan blades from rain and falling debris. These fans have shutters on the intake side, which helps minimize turbulence as air moves through the fan. The shutters close when the fans turn off to block out drafts. The fans also have discharge guards that help prevent objects from entering the fan on the discharge side. Direct-drive slant-wall fans have fewer moving parts and typically require less maintenance than belt-drive slant-wall fans. Each fan features a motor that's directly mounted on the fan shaft, which reduces friction and improves efficiency compared to a belt-drive fan.

        Steel Blades & Steel Frame

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        Belt-Drive Cone Exhaust Fans

        Belt-Drive Cone Exhaust Fans

        Cone exhaust fans are typically used to ventilate dairy facilities. They have a discharge cone that maximizes airflow and reduces turbulence as air leaves the fan in application where multiple fans are installed next to each other. The fans have shutters on the intake side, which helps minimize turbulence as air moves through the fan. The shutters close when the fans turn off to block out drafts. These fans also have discharge guards that help prevent objects from entering the fan on the discharge side. Belt-drive cone fans allow users to adjust the fans' blade speed and airflow. Belts connect the fans' motors to their fan blades. Belt-drive fans are better suited than direct-drive fans for high airflow (≥ 2000 cfm) or high static pressure (≥ 0.50") applications.

        Steel Blades & Fiberglass Frame

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        Steel Blades & Steel Frame

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        Direct-Drive Cylinder Exhaust Fans

        Direct-Drive Cylinder Exhaust Fans
        Cylinder exhaust fans are more compact than slant-wall or cone exhaust fans, and they are commonly used in agricultural applications. They do not extend as far out from the wall as slant-wall fans, and they can be placed closer together than cone exhaust fans. The fans have shutters on the intake side, which helps minimize turbulence as air moves through the fan. The shutters close when the fans turn off to block out drafts. These fans also have discharge guards that help prevent objects from entering the fan on the discharge side. Direct-drive fans have few moving parts and typically require minimal maintenance. Each fan features a motor that's directly mounted on the fan shaft.

          Polyethylene Blades & Polyethylene Frame

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          Steel Blades & Fiberglass Frame

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          Steel Blades & Polyethylene Frame

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          Hazardous Location Direct-Drive Cylinder Exhaust Fans

          Hazardous Location Direct-Drive Cylinder Exhaust Fans
          The housing and blades on these cylinder exhaust fans are made from non-sparking materials, and the fans are rated for use in areas where combustible dust or certain flammable gases or vapors are present. Cylinder exhaust fans are more compact than slant-wall or cone exhaust fans, and they are commonly used in agricultural applications. They do not extend as far out from the wall as slant-wall fans, and they can be placed closer together than cone exhaust fans. The fans have shutters on the intake side, which helps minimize turbulence as air moves through the fan. The shutters close when the fans turn off to block out drafts. These fans also have discharge guards that help prevent objects from entering the fan on the discharge side. Direct-drive fans have few moving parts and typically require minimal maintenance. Each fan features a motor that's directly mounted on the fan shaft.

            Aluminum Blades & Fiberglass Frame

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            Aluminum Blades & Polyethylene Frame

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