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    • Unbeatable advantages

      • Quiet operation thanks to optimized flow control and EC motor commutation​.
      • Comprehensive product ranges for every application.
      • Transport and installation are less complicated.
      • Backward impellers have higher​ efficiency and therefore lower power consumption​.
      • Simplified maintenance and 100% speed control through an interface​.

Why FanSet?

A Fan Set Systems use many specially designed, high-efficiency, small-diameter, direct-driven plenum fans, which are mounted in an array within an air handler's air-way tunnel. High-performance motor, built-in variable control, compact small size, highest efficiency system, compatible with UL guidelines​.

Technical Specification
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    • Technical data

      • Fully assembled fans modules perfectly suited for energy-efficient projects.
      • Smaller direct drive fans produce higher frequency sound which is easier to attenuate, often eliminating the need for upstream and downstream sound attenuation.
      • Up to 2100 m3/h for a single fan.
      • Impeller with 7 backward-curved blades in frame sizes 190 to 315 mm.
      • Speed Control: 0~10VDC, Modbus RTU.
      • Operating temperature -30˚C to 60˚C.
    • Technical Specification

Available sizes

Model
 
Size mmPower
kW
Delta p
Pa
Volume
m3/h
SR-190/0.171900.17560550
SR-225/0.372250.376251220
SR-225/0.752550.759301537
SR-250/0.372500.376001365
SR-250/0.752500.758502005
SR-315/0.753150.759502100

Product Data / Advantages

  • Quiet Operation Thanks to Optimized Flow Control and EC Motor Commutation​
  • Comprehensive Product Ranges for Every Application
  • Increased Redundancy
  • Transport and installation are less complicated
  • Backward impeller have higher​ efficiency and therefore ​ lower power consumption​
  • Simplified Maintenance and 100% Speed Control Trough Interface​
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    • How it works

      The Fan Set System is a wall of motorized impellers that operate in parallel.  Our identical fans operate in parallel, the total airflow rate of the system is the product of an individual fan’s airflow rate times the number of fans in the array.

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