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Axair Fans Uk Ltd

Lowfield Drive
Centre 500 Wolstanton
Newcastle under Lyme
ST5 0UU
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01782 349430
Fax : 01782 349439
Email : sales@axair-fans.co.uk
Web : www.axair-fans.co.uk


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Wastewater Treatment Ventilation: Polypropylene vs. Stainless Steel and GRP 11 June 2019

To ventilate wastewater treatment plants, engineers have a choice of materials for fans; stainless steel, glass reinforced plastic and polypropylene. Axair discuss the pros and cons of each material for this application....

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Chlorine Corrosion Resistance: Swimming Pool Dosing Ventilation 01 April 2019

Chlorine poses a number of safety challenges, including the need to prevent the build-up of corrosive vapours in chemical storage cupboards and dosing equipment plant rooms. Such air needs to be extracted by a polypropylene fan in a swimming pool extraction system....

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Test Chamber Extraction with Polypropylene Fans 04 February 2019

Test chambers are designed to measure factors like corrosion resistance. Therefore, the air extraction system needs to withstand corrosion to ensure the safe ventilation of the chamber. Axair’s corrosion resistant polypropylene fans are the ideal solution for this harsh application....

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Vital Ventilation: Hospital Chemical Storage 21 November 2018

Hospitals require a number of potentially hazardous chemicals in day to day maintenance, cleaning, sterilization, testing and operating applications. The health care sector represents one of the largest users of chemicals in the UK. The storage of these chemicals involves a number of considerations in terms of temperature, ignition control, ventilation and segregation. ...

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Local Exhaust Ventilation Systems 07 November 2018

LEV systems are key when working environments contain potentially harmful substances. They are designed to trap airborne contaminants at their source before they pollute the air that is breathed by workers....

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Chemical Storage Ventilation: Hospitals 29 August 2018

The health care sector represents one of the largest users of chemicals in the UK, with hospitals using a number of potentially hazardous chemicals every day. The storage of these chemicals involves a number of considerations, one such paramount aspect is ventilation....

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Industrial Fans for Offshore Hazardous Areas 28 August 2018

Given the corrosive and potentially hazardous nature of the environment, a number of variables need to be considered when selecting equipment and components for offshore applications. Fans within ventilation systems are no exception and can be found in various areas of an offshore platform, for example, compressor cooling enclosures, production platforms or gas turbine enclosures. ...

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Corrosive Fume Extraction in the Water Treatment Process 24 July 2018

The corrosive nature of the air extracted in the stages of the water treatment process means that standard metal fans would be adversely affected and not withstand the environment for long. Therefore, a more specialist solution is needed....

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Landfill Gas Extraction via ATEX Certified Polypropylene Fans 02 May 2018

The organic waste put into landfills generates gas composed of potentially flammable elements. Various fume extraction processes are available with certain systems being designed to capture methane for use in generating power. Learn how Axair specified ATEX rated polypropylene fume extraction fans designed to avoid the potential risk of explosion....

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Impressive Efficiencies in Fume Extraction 14 March 2018

A common control within laboratories for the prevention of explosive and hazardous substances is by using a fume extraction system. The most commonly used fan for hazardous fume extraction is a centrifugal fan. This is large due to the fact they can generate large differences in pressure and can produce air flows against considerable resistance. ...