High Temperature Fans typically fall under the classifications of High Temp Industrial Fans, High Temperature Industrial Blowers, High Temp Industrial Exhausters, Recirculation Fans, Mixers, High Temperature Industrial Centrifugal Fans, and High Temperature Axial Fans.

The term “Industrial Fan” does not have a clear definition, but the term is intended to mean a fan of heavier construction to meet the demands of industrial operations. This may include use of thicker material gauges, larger shaft assemblies, bearings with increased bearing life, and corrosive resistant material. The term “High Temperature Industrial Fan” means a fan with additional special construction features, such as fan insulation. In some cases high temperature alloy metals may be required. These fans can be designed for belt drive and direct drive applications. Daniels Fans uses air cooled design technology instead of water cooling design technology for all fan construction.

High temperature centrifugal fans or blowers use one of several types of wheel designs and are typically enclosed in a scroll shape designed housing. The air enters the fan wheel through the housing inlet and turns 90 degrees, then is accelerated radially and exits the fan housing discharge.

High Temperature Axial fans use propellers, to move the air in an axial direction through a cylindrical housing or formed orifice panel assembly.

Daniels Fans Industrial High Temperature Applications

  • Heat Treatment Furnaces
  • Fume Extraction
  • Thermal Oxidizers
  • Annealing Processing
  • Glass Making Industry
  • Heat Exhaustion
  • Incineration (Trash)
  • Jet Engine Exhaust Testing
  • Waste Heat Recovery
  • Industrial Mining