Advantages of Duct Fans
Duct fans are frequently used when the sight of a fan is not preferred. These sometimes entail the requirement to maintain an upscale form, such as in the bathrooms of expensive residences or in the lobbies of upscale hotels. Simply not using a fan at all won’t provide the ventilation that is necessary. The best practicable solution is concealing the fan inside the ductwork and exposing only a low-profile grating.
Major ventilation is required in some industrial areas, however, there isn’t enough capacity for a standard industrial fan. The issue is resolved by installing the fan(s) in the ducts, making them double-duty.
A duct inline fan is useful in circumstances when placing a fan through the wall might compromise security. The fan delivers ventilation without luring would-be burglars because the ductwork is often already secured when it leaves the building.
Duct fan applications
Duct fans are utilized for ventilation, and how they are situated often determines whether they exhaust air or draw it in. As a result, they are also known as duct vent fans. Some of these fans are designed specifically to boost the performance of ventilation systems that are too expensive for a single fan to handle.
These include duct booster fans like the Continental Fan. Multipurpose duct fans are a fantastic option for those who don’t require large duct fans. These more compact units work well for standard ventilation requirements.
We have a large assortment of in-line duct fans at Industrial Fans Direct to fit any demand. Contact us if you need any type of ventilation solutions.