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Jet Fans

Why is it called a Jet Fan?

This four-bladed vaneaxial fan is called a jet fan because of high velocity jet of compressed air is ejected from the trailing edge of the blade.  This results in the forward rotation of the fan wheel just like a jet plane is pushed forward by the high-velocity air ejected from the rear of the jet engine.

Use for general ventilation in any location where compressed air is available.  Us as blowr or exhauster

Suited for ventilation of tanks, process vessels, or other confined areas for the removal of hazardous fumes or contaiminated air from welding, sandblasting and other operations.

Rated operating pressure 40-110 PSI.

Hi-tech four blade design allows for lower RPMs while still moving more air.

Bearings are packed with a hi=tech synthetic lubricant for longer life.

Propeller precision balanced by removing material from end of blades.

Electro polished stainless steel fan guard

Heat treated to T6 aircraft aluminum specifications

Super duty, high quality, high pressure air seal for longer service.

Heaviest-duty fan in industry.

Guide vanes to eleminate turbulence which smooths air flow and increases efficiency.

Fan design by one of the foremost fan engineers in the world.



Special Features of the Texas Pneumatic Jet Fan

The unit consists of a rugged cast-aluminum housing and a cast aluminum fan wheel.

The hollow shaft and the fan wheel are the only rotating parts.  However, there is no torque on the shaft, as it does not transmit any power to the fan wheel, as fan shaft normally do.  The compressed air jets drive the fan wheel.

The fan wheel has a hub and four blades, producing adequate static pressure to overcome the resistance of the system to be ventilated.

Only two of the four blades have jet outlets.  All have airfoil cross sections for higher flow rates.

The housing is equipped with gide vanes for better efficiency.  The vanes will neutralize the air spin past the blades and guide the air flow into an axial direction.

The housing has a smooth inlet bell for increased CFM, higher efficiency, and lower noise level.

Its performance was tested at an independent test lab to the AMCA Standard 210 test.