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Corrosion-Resistant Fiberglass Fans

Corrosion-Resistant Fiberglass Fans

Corrosion-Resistant Fiberglass Fans

Let’s Talk Fiberglass Fans!

When it comes to industrial ventilation, it may seem that there are a lot of choices, making it hard to know which is best. Corrosion-resistant fiberglass fans are well recognized for their proven success in handling a variety of applications, most notably in chemical processing and waste water treatment facilities.

All of our corrosion-resistant fiberglass fans feature an FRP airfoil impeller, 316 stainless steel shaft and hardware, and they are constructed of UV inhibited Hetron 99 P polyester resin, with Class I flame spread of 25 or less.

Below, you will find our range of corrosion-resistant fiberglass fans with features and benefits:

FAIB Fiberglass Tubeaxial Fans

  • FRP motor cover and guard
  • Belt drive
  • Flanged inlet and outlet
  • High and low pressure models
  • EPDM double lip shaft seal
  • 100 C / 212 F max. operating temperature
  • Diameters from 12″ to 60″

FVIB Fiberglass Vaneaxial Fans

  • Belt drive
  • Flanged inlet and outlet
  • FRP motor cover and guard
  • High and low pressure models
  • 100 C /212 F max. operating temperature
  • Diameters from 12″ to 60″

FADP Fiberglass Panel Fans

  • Supply and exhaust applications
  • Direct drive
  • FRP wall box with mounting flange
  • FRP venture orifice
  • Pressure to 1-1/2 in. wg.
  • Capacities to 50,000 cfm

FHRV Fiberglass Hooded Roof Ventilators

  • Direct drive or belt drive configuration
  • FRP airfoil impeller
  • 316 stainless steel shaft and hardware
  • 100 C / 212 F. max. operating temperature
  • Capacities to 60,000 cfm

FUBV Fiberglass Upblast Roof Ventilators

  • FRP motor cover
  • FRP stack cap easily removed for maintenance
  • 100 C / 212 F max. operating temperature
  • FRP automatic butterfly dampers
  • Damper rods turn to polypropylene bearings
  • Capacities to 50,000 cfm

Continental Fan’s corrosion-resistant fiberglass fans have an excellent history of extended life expectancy and, in many cases, can replace costly fans of expensive materials such as stainless steel. Have questions about which is best for your application? Contact us, we’re happy to help!

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