Industrial Fans since 1946

Heavy Duty, Engineered to Order Fans

 

Industrial Fans since 1946

Heavy Duty, Engineered to Order Fans

Heavy Duty Custom Fans by Ventmeca

Heavy Duty Custom Fans

Standard industrial Fans by Ventmeca

Standard Fans

Axial Industrial Fans by Ventmeca

Axial Fans

Dampers Fans for Industry by Ventmeca

Dampers

Industrial Fans Retrofit by Ventmeca

Special Features
and Retrofits

Dampers

Fan dampers are used to control the fan flow. Ventmeca designs and manufactures different types of dampers.

Axial Variable Inlet Vanes (Axial VIV)

Variable inlet vanes are an efficient mean to control the airflow. The vanes induce a swirl in the flow entering the fan wheel. The induced swirl is in the same rotation direction as the fan wheel rotation. This swirl allows the flow to be reduced while keeping the power consumption to a minimum.

The axial variable inlet vanes are installed directly at the fan inlet, in between the fan housing and the fan inlet box.

Axial Variable Inlet Vanes (Axial VIV)

Conical Variable Inlet Vanes (Conical VIV)

The conical variable inlet vanes have the same benefits and operating characteristics as the axial variable inlet vanes. However, it is installed inside the fan inlet box, reducing the distance between bearings and allowing a smaller fan shaft compared to axial VIVs.

Inlet Louver Damper

An inlet louver damper, installed on the fan inlet box, is another efficient fan flow control device. The parallel blades of the inlet damper deflect the flow on one side on the inlet box to create a swirl at the inlet of the fan wheel. The induced swirl is in the same rotation direction as the fan wheel rotation. This swirl allows the flow to be reduced while keeping the power consumption to a minimum.

Parallel inlet louver dampers are efficient, reliable and cost-effective mean of flow control.

Inlet Louver Damper

Outlet Louver Damper

Outlet louver dampers are used for isolation purposes or for added controllability at low flows,  when used in conjunction with inlet louver dampers or variable inlet vanes.

Flue Gas Recirculation (FGR) Dampers

Flue gas recirculation dampers are installed at the inlet of the fan. They are operated in conjunction with inlet louver dampers or VIVs to control the total flow as well as the mix ratio of fresh air and flue gas.