Specialty applications require specialty solutions. Many of us are acquainted with the very specialized and generally very expensive laboratory fan systems used at universities and research labs, but what about solutions for industries that are exhausting corrosive, yet nontoxic gasses? For example, is it really necessary to use a $40,000 stainless steel high plume fan on a food process facility just to keep the exhaust system from self-destructing in a few years of use? High levels of moisture combined with various naturally occurring acids or bases are often exhaust components that food processors deal with. These exhaust streams may not require special treatment or environmental permitting, but the exhaust materials will destroy standard galvanized or aluminum fans in short order. Other big users of specialty fans are the chemical and mining industries. Scrubbers are often utilized to neutralize exhaust air streams from plants in order to meet mandated EAQ levels, but the fan delivering the air to the scrubber is fully exposed to the corrosive elements being neutralized. Follow the link below to find a long term, cost competitive solution to your customers’ specialized exhaust fan needs.
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