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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


Article archive for Axair Fans UK Ltd;

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Casals ATEX Fans Range Extended to Zone 21 12 March 2024

ATEX certified fan manufacturer Casals Ventilation, who supply into the UK exclusively through Axair Fans, have now enhanced their ATEX range with zone 21 dust protection....

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Carbon loading polypropylene to prevent electrostatic discharge in ATEX environments 06 February 2024

To avoid electrostatic discharge, plastics used in explosive fume extraction systems that move air, or are situated in an area where potentially hazardous fume are present, must be electrically conductive or static dissipative. The most effective way of dissipating electrostatic discharge is to add conductive carbon black to the polymer matrix....

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Ventilation & Dilution of Hydrogen Leaks with IIC Hydrogen Exhaust Fans 02 January 2024

Hydrogen is a colourless, odourless, and tasteless gas, therefore small gaseous leaks are difficult to detect by human senses. Small leaks are common due to the small size of hydrogen molecules and usually do not present a problem since the tiny amount of mixture will not be enough to cause a flammable mixture in the air. Small amounts of leaking hydrogen will rise and diffuse quickly in air because of its low density resulting in high buoyancy (it’s 14 times less dense than air)....

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Introducing the S50 ATEX: Axair Fan's largest explosion proof fume extraction fan 31 October 2023

New for 2023, Axair Fans is excited to announce the latest addition to its already impressive range of fume extraction fans. The SEAT S50 polypropylene fan; the largest and most powerful fan in Axair’s ‘S’ range, is now available in ATEX, certified for use in Zone 2 hazardous gas environments....

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FREE whitepaper download: The ultimate guide to fan selection in fume extraction systems 29 September 2023

Free to download from the Axair Fans website, this comprehensive resource, written by the experts in fume fans and air movement for chemical applications, is your roadmap to mastering the process of fan selection in complicated fume extraction systems, ensuring a healthier, safer, and more productive workspace....

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The importance of auto ignition temperatures in ATEX fan selection 08 August 2023

ATEX protection is all centred around preventing an explosion from happening when there is a presence of combustible dust or flammable gas, this means considering all potential ignition sources. When looking at sources, most people will look for sparks and flames as an obvious risk, but the gas or dust properties themselves are an important aspect to protect against....

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ATEX explosion protection & ignition properties of hydrogen gas 06 June 2023

Hydrogen technologies are undergoing a significant period of growth as their widespread introduction is planned in the energy generation and production industries. Those of you with the knowledge of the properties and flammability of hydrogen will recognise that hazards due to explosive atmospheres must be assessed more and more frequently as the element is utilised, and, if necessary, appropriate protective measures must be taken....

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Reducing mechanical sparks & friction explosions with permissible material pairings for ATEX fans 02 May 2023

Mechanical sparks and friction are one of the most common causes of ignition of flammable gases and dust clouds. Accident statistics in Germany indicate that mechanical sparks and friction as an ignition source occurred in 32.7% of incidents. Billange (1979) presented an overview of 66 incidents where gases and vapour were ignited by frictional ignition....

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Electrostatic discharge in hydrogen atmospheres 04 April 2023

Ignition of hydrogen from static discharge from leaks, or when dispersed into atmosphere is a key consideration when planning explosion protection in hazardous system design. Learn more....

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Congratulations to all winners and highly commended participants at the Hazardex Awards 2023! 03 March 2023

A total of 20 nominees were shortlisted across five categories for the Hazardex Awards 2023, designed to recognise excellence in the hazardous area sector. The winners and highly commended participants were announced during a Gala Dinner at Hazardex Live! 2023 on March 1 in Harrogate. Find out the winning and highly commended entries here!...