The Wall Mount Exhaust Fan can be the answer to your air movement problems. Using exhaust fans and or air supply intake fans can be a lower cost solution to controlling the temperature and air quality for a safer and more productive work environment. Most wall exhaust fans come in either belt drive or direct drive. The belt drive version is typically used for areas that require more CFM or to accommodate higher static pressures. They are most often quieter on the decibel level scale as well. The direct drive version is usually a less expensive solution, requiring less maintenance since there is no belt to replace.
Shutter Mounted Wall Exhaust Fans are a great all-in-one solution for removing heat, stale or stagnant air, fumes and dust, while helping to draw fresh clean air in to your warehouse, shop, garage, or other work space. Depending on your electrical system, the shutter mounted wall exhaust fan is offered as either a 1 or 3 Phase, 115, 208, 230 or 460 volt versions. Since these wall exhaust fans come with the shutters attached, there is no need to purchase the shutters separately. We do however offer other accessories such as: variable speed controls, rheostats, 2 speed switches, thermostats both 1 and 2 stage, all weather hoods for protection against driving winds and rain, gravity or mechanical intake and exhaust shutters and dampers.
Cabinet Mounted Wall Exhaust Fans unlike most of the shutter mounted fans, are exhaust fans that are encased within a box type cabinet for deeper or thicker thru-wall applications. While offering a different wall mounting option, these fans still serve the same purpose of exhausting or removing hot, stale and or contaminated air from the work space. These fans typically do not have the shutters or dampers built in or attached to the fan assembly itself. In many cases the shutter is mounted on the outside wall of the building or structure when using this type of exhaust fan.
Panel Mounted Wall Exhaust Fans tend to be used in areas where space availability is at a premium. The contractor will usually build a framing system on the wall for these fans to be mounted to. Again, the shutter / damper is most often mounted to the exterior of the building in these cases. Like most all exhaust fans, these are also available in belt drive or direct drive, and offer multiple voltage choices in either 1 or 3 phase versions.
Roof or Rooftop Mounted Exhaust Fans are ultimately the most effective way to remove heat or hot air since hot air rises to the highest point in a building. A roof exhaust fan is not always practical or possible to use due to the structural component of the roof. These fans can be very heavy, and getting them in place on the roof may require a man-lift or crane. since the fan itself is not typically mounted directly to the roof, a curb is usually required and recommended to be flashed to the roof prior to the installation of the fan. This allows the fan to seat properly for effective air removal or exhausting. The roof exhaust fan comes in either an upblast (the air is ejected from the building straight up into the atmosphere), or a downblast version (the air is ejected downward to the roof by using a bell shaped cap on the top of the fan. The upblast fan uses a butterfly type damper and rain gutter design so that when the fan is off no rain can enter the building.Whereas the downblast roof exhaust fan does not need the damper due to the bell like housing. Like the wall mount version of the exhaust fan, these roof fans also are available in belt drive or direct drive versions and come in either 1 or 3 phase electrical.