Small Vaneaxial Fans have higher-pressure building capabilities than tubeaxial fans. They utilize the same style inverted motor that allows for very high-speed operation due to the small diameters. The pressure capability of these fans is the result of both the use of stationary guide vanes located upstream or downstream of the impeller and the high speeds.
Small Vaneaxial Fans are compact, high-speed fans whose airflow is parallel to the motor shaft. The impeller and guide waves are of airfoil construction for maximum aerodynamic efficiency and minimum acoustical noise.
These fans are designed for use in tightly packaged airborne "black boxes" where sizes and weight must be held to an absolute minimum, where reliability is critical, and where high heat loads must be dissipated with cooling air.
Small Vaneaxial Fans come in a variety of voltages and frequencies and are available with lead wires, terminal blocks and Ms connectors. Most units are avaliable with an optional internal Fan Performance Sensor (FPS) or an external Low Speed Warning Device (LSWD).