Industrial exhaust fans built for years of reliable serviceSeptember 5, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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N. R. Murphy industrial exhaust fans are built for years of trouble-free service in all types of industries. This is thanks to the company’s 70-plus years of expertise, the high-quality material used, and a design that is versatile enough for use in many different dust control and air handling applications.
Top quality design and construction
Every N.R. Murphy fan is manufactured to exacting design specifications using the best materials. For example, the fan housing is constructed with heavy gauge steel and braced with steel angles. The scroll wrap is continuously welded to the side plates for a rugged and dust-tight casing. In addition, the heavy-duty, self-aligning pillow block bearings are securely fastened to a strong plate pedestal. A wide range of options are also available for applications that require heavy abrasive materials and spark resistance.
Each of the company’s industrial exhaust fans have balanced wheels, which have been carefully designed, tested and manufactured for maximum performance. Each wheel is statically and dynamically balanced for smooth operation.
Many types and sizes of fans are available. Model EH is the best option for heavy-duty material handling, while models EM-1 and EH-1 are more suitable for light-duty handling. Model EA-1, on the other hand, is ideal for air handling. Each wheel design has different characteristics for different applications. N.R. Murphy’s standard industrial exhaust fans are capable of handling air up to 315 degrees C (600 degrees F).
Today, N.R. Murphy fans are working reliably in a wide range of applications — either attached to the company’s high-quality dust collectors, used separately for air and material handling, or installed to replace other fans.
The company carries a large inventory of complete fan units available for immediate delivery. For more information, contact N.R. Murphy.