Three tips for choosing an industrial fan

Tip one, look at the thermal performance

To check the heat dissipation performance of the energy-saving ventilation industrial fan, you can keep it rotating at a high speed for a long time, and then use the hand or other tools to sense the heat generation of the front shell of the industrial fan motor. If it feels hot when you touch it, it means that the heat dissipation performance of the energy-saving and ventilated industrial fan is not ideal, otherwise it means that the motor of the industrial fan has better heat dissipation performance. When it is actually used, there is no need to worry about the situation where the temperature rise of the motor causes the energy-saving ventilation industrial fan to stop rotating.

Tip two, look at security performance

The front and rear nets of high-quality energy-saving ventilation industrial fans are generally designed with dense meshes. Products with this design have high safety performance during use and the overall structure of the product is more reasonable. In addition, to understand the safety performance of the product, you need to ask whether the energy-saving ventilation industrial fan is equipped with an overheat protector in advance. Having a protector means that when the industrial fan motor has an unexpected condition, it can automatically power off, thereby greatly reducing the danger.

Tip three, look at the material of the motor

The materials of common energy-saving ventilation industrial fans on the market mainly include copper wire, aluminum wire, and copper-clad aluminum. In general, in order to ensure good heat dissipation performance, energy-saving ventilation industrial fans with good materials are discarded, and motors made of regular copper wire silicon steel sheets are discarded. Maintain good heat dissipation performance and avoid burnout of the motor.