Lindab enters fans business

Published:  16 May, 2006

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Lindab is complementing its expertise in ductwork with the launch of a wide range of fans.

Ductwork manufacturer Lindab has launched a comprehensive range of ventilation fans. The collection covers all fan requirements for ducted ventilation systems and products for all aspects of non-ducted extraction and air movement.

The company promises availability from stock at its branches for commonly requested items and prompt delivery from its central UK warehouse for other orders.

The range of fans for ducted applications include single- and 3-phase models with diameters from 110 to 1250 mm with 2-, 4-, 6-, or 8-pole motors giving speeds up to 3000 rev/min. Models include short-case and long-case axial fans, wall-mounted axial plate fans, axial and centrifugal roof fans and fans in acoustic housings.

Lindab also offers commercial extractor fans, kitchen extractor fans, domestic extractor fans for toilets and bathrooms, axial and centrifugal roof fans.

The wide range of accessories includes filter boxes, controllers and frequency converters, back-draught shutters and termination grids.

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