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1,000 - 100,000 m3/h

Cellular Aspirators

Cell cultures are used to ventilate offices, factories, parking lots, bunkers, workshops, sports halls, toilets, etc. Since they are compatible with frequency control devices, they can be used in various capacities by adjusting the speed. In projects where exhaust is carried out through hoods, metal filters are placed on the fans. When using chimney fans in oily environments, the electric motors are placed out of the air flow for longer life.

What are the general features of a cellular aspirator?

Cellular aspirators are made of steel profiles measuring 40x40. The cellular panels are made of 50 mm thick double walls. The devices use plug fans and the electric motors are powered by 380 V. Cellular aspirators with plug fans are mounted on a special steel base. In addition to double panels, galvanized plates with a thickness of 1 mm and 0.5 mm are used. High-density mineral wool insulation is used between the two walls.

What is a cellular aspirator used for?

Cellular aspirators are used in places where comfort type ventilation is needed and in places where particle transfer takes place. Due to the lack of a belt and pulley mechanism, they have very high efficiency. Thanks to cellular aspirators with plug fans, you can achieve more effective and trouble-free ventilation. These types of aspirators facilitate installation in places where it is difficult to connect an air duct.

Can cellular aspirators replace other systems?

Cellular aspirators with plug fans operate more efficiently compared to other devices. The absence of a belt and pulley mechanism results in less loss of efficiency. Thanks to plug fans, which have oblique and sparse blades, they can generate high pressure and enable the connection of a long air duct. The outlet portion of the devices can be easily replaced with a single panel change on any cell surface, ensuring ease of use.

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