Airlanco’s backward incline centrifugal fans feature backward-curved blades positioned at an incline and work in conjunction with most dust collection systems to handle light dust loads or applications that require high volumes of air and pressure for ventilation. The fans feature a conventional back-and-front plate wheel design and reinforced carbon steel blades.

The fan inlet features a spun inlet cone and recirculation plate. All models are available in single-width, single-inlet, with two wheel types  and various wheel widths for flexibility and custom applications. Units can be built to meet spark-resistant aluminum, carbon steel, or stainless steel construction. Specifications for these fans include temperatures up to 250°F, one- or three-phase TEFC motors, with up to five-position rotation. Backward incline fans are de-
signed for non-explosive and chemically non-aggressive air and gases.

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