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Belt Drive Blower

15000 INR/Piece

Product Details:

  • Flow Rate 500-50000 CMH
  • Power 220-318 Volt (v)
  • Output Power 220-380 Volt (v)
  • Pressure Range 20-80 MMWG
  • Pressurization Medium Pressure
  • Motor Power 0.5-100 hp Horsepower (HP)
  • Max Pressure 100-20000 m3/hr
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Belt Drive Blower Price And Quantity

  • 1 Piece
  • 15000 INR/Piece

Belt Drive Blower Product Specifications

  • Centrifugal Blower
  • 2X2X2 Foot (ft)
  • 220-318 Volt (v)
  • Electric Blower
  • 500-50000 CMH
  • Medium Pressure
  • 100-20000 m3/hr
  • 50 Kilograms (kg)
  • 0.5-100 hp Horsepower (HP)
  • 100-1500 m3/hr
  • High Pressure
  • 55 Hertz (HZ)
  • 960 to 2880 RPM
  • 95 db
  • ALL
  • 20-80 MMWG
  • 220-380 Volt (v)
  • 220-380 Volt (v)
  • Industrial
  • 1 year
  • 5
  • NA Pa

Belt Drive Blower Trade Information

  • 1 Piece Per Day
  • 3 Days
  • Sample costs shipping and taxes has to be paid by the buyer
  • Standard And Wooden Packing
  • All India

Product Description

A Belt Drive  centrifugal fan is a mechanical device for moving air or other gases in a direction at an angle to the incoming fluid. Centrifugal fans often contain a ducted housing to direct outgoing air in a specific direction or across a heat sink; such a fan is also called a blowerblower fan, or squirrel-cage fan (because it looks like a hamster wheel). Tiny ones used in computers are sometimes called biscuit blowers. These fans move air from the rotating inlet of the fan to an outlet. They are typically used in ducted applications to either draw air through ductwork/heat exchanger, or push air through similar. impellers.[1] Compared to standard axial fans, they can provide similar air movement from a smaller fan package, and overcome higher resistance in air streams.
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