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Halifax Fan

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Inverter Speed Control of Fans Could Save the Planet 26 August 2010

While many of the low-cost energy-saving measures being implemented today are the equivalent of rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic, vast amounts of energy are being wasted across the planet by the simple expedient of over-sizing industrial and HVAC fans, which absorb an estimated 25% of industrial energy globally....

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Halifax fan at AchemAsia 2010 23 April 2010

Halifax Fan Ltd is internationally recognised as a global leader in the design and manufacture of industrial fans for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. Offering a wide range of fans for both gaseous and dust laden atmospheres, Halifax designs and builds to the most stringent levels demanded by ATEX 94/9/EC, the European directive covering all such electrical and mechanical equipment and now an accepted standard worldwide....

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Halifax ATEX blowers kill all known germs 13 April 2010

With MRSA and C. Difficile seemingly endemic in our hospitals, this might well be called the age of the superbug. For that reason sterilisation of everything used in a hospital is absolutely critical and most of us visualise sterilisation as a high temperature process....

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Design criteria for dust ignition fans 08 February 2010

As with perhaps the more common gas ignition fans, the design of Dust Ignition Fans is now covered by EN 14986:2007. This European standard sets out the design and manufacturing standards required to reduce the risks of industrial fans becoming potential ignition sources in gas and/or dust laden atmospheres....

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ATEX centrifugal fans for sub-zero temperatures 20 January 2010

The design and supply of equipment for the oil, gas and petrochemical industries are demanding enough but it becomes all the more so when the equipment is to be installed in the sub-zero temperatures encountered north of the Arctic Circle....