Radial fan

A radial fan is a device that consists of an impeller driven by an electrical motor. The rotation of the impeller sets the air in motion and air is sucked in from the inlet on the side of the fan and blown out of the outlet of the fan.

In a radial fan, the inlet hole is placed perpendicular (90º) to the outlet.

Radial fans are used in fan aggregates AHU and in connection with cooling towers.