The control of dust is accomplished by creating air velocity that captures and moves the dust particles from the environment to a specified location, such as a cyclone or dust collector. Fans installed on the "clean side" are the most efficient when using backward inclined or even airfoil wheel designs and can save operators considerable utility expense. These fans also have a non-overloading power characteristic ideal for dust collection systems. Fans handling "dirty air" typically use less efficient radial fan designs. These fans are also subject to abrasion. Cartridge dust collectors and small cyclones require compact, direct drive fan designs that fit into confined spaces.
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General Purpose Fans
Compact GI Fans