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Howden American Fan Co. launches corrosion-resistant fans

Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Howden American Fan Co. has launched a wide range of fans ideal for the challenging marine and offshore environments. Howden offers durable and corrosion-resistant fans for human habitability and machinery subcomponent systems, including cooling, exhaust, and combustion, as well as process functions.

With its years of experience in both commercial and military shipboard ventilation systems, Howden is focused on helping customers solve their ventilation issues by providing expert application and installation consultation, engineering service, and on-site equipment maintenance, service and support. Howden fan designs help improve air quality, reduce noise, and enhance overall safety.

Durable construction, high efficiency, IEEE45 rated motors and suitable marine electrical connections, are absolutely critical characteristics for marine fan reliability. Howden fans ensure the best combination of corrosion and chemical resistance, thermal protection, and weathering performance. Their corrosion resistant features can be further customised to include an all stainless steel construction or additional layers of corrosion protection.

JM Tubeaxial Fans and JMG Vaneaxial Fans are ideal for engine room ventilation and accommodation room HVAC systems. They feature a robust design, superior corrosion resistance, and a direct drive motor. The JM and JMG fans include an adjustable pitch feature that gives users the flexibility to make any necessary changes to flow or pressure. Howden also offers cast aluminium centrifugal blowers including its AF line. Cast aluminium blowers area compact, rugged, lightweight and rustproof cast aluminium housing that are a great choice for small marine spaces.

The complete range of engineering validation services ensures that all customers receive the most appropriate product for their particular application. Howden’s marine experts offer finite element analysis (FEA) modeling, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) calculations and 3-D computer-aided drafting (CAD) to ensure the product conforms to customer needs.

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