Review page below to understand Axial model designations.
We offer axial fans in a wide variety of speeds, voltages, horse powers and sizes. The following defines how we group and lay out these fans in our model designations.
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Please review and understand the following:
Axial Fan Model Designations
The number above represents a CECO axial fan that has a 24" housing and blade, a five horse power, single phase motor with a mounted control panel.
Lets break it down.
This number represents the size of the housing and blade. The distance between the housing and the mounted blade is called the Tip Tolerance. The closer this relationship is, the higher volume of air is being moved. Because each CECO fan is manufactured by hand, this tolerance is the best in the industry.
These numbers represent the nominal motor size and phase. Our sample is showing a five horse power, (actual of 7.2) single phase motor. Nominal horse power is always shown in model designations. Actual air-over power ratings used in this application at maximum performance is shown in the chart below.
Motor in Horse Power
* 28" Axial Fans
This C represents that our sample fan has a mounted control panel. If no panel is required, a dash mark is shown (-).
Fans with 230 volt controls include mounted weather-resistant starter panel. Panel consists of magnetic contactor with line-voltage (230 volt) coil, motor overheat protection, and off-run-start toggle switch. Fused 115 volt interlock outlet is provided on units 24" and larger. A neutral wire must run to the unit with the power wires to provide 115 volts at the outlet. Starter does not include fuses for branch circuit protection, or an electrical disconnect. An electrical disconnect that is visible from the fan must be added!
Fans with 460 volt controls include mounted weather-resistant starter panel. Panel consists of magnetic contactor with line-voltage (460 volt) coil, motor overheat protection, and start-stop push button switch. Fused 115 volt interlock outlet is provided on units 24" and larger. An auxiliary contact for interlocking a separate 115 volt power supply is available on request, at no extra charge. If separate 115 volt wiring is not available and 115 volt interlock outlet is needed, a step-down (460 to 115 volt) transformer must be ordered. Starter does not include fuses for branch circuit protection, or an electrical disconnect. An electrical disconnect that is visible from the fan must be added!
These number represents the voltage of the fan. If no controls are required this is what voltage the motor will be wired for, and ready for, your electrician to complete the installation.
If your fan needs controls (As our C shows here) this is the voltage that those controls will be wired for. See above for information about controls and voltages.
Now we have added this G representing a all galvanized housing. CECO does not use bolts or a fastening system to join the main body of the housing together. All housing are mig welded together to form a rigid structure which is restraint to high vibration. After the welding process, housings are hot-dipped forming a complete galvanized unit. This process is standard with all CECO fans. If you prefer we offer the following options.
Powder Coating: CECO offers powder coating service as an option over galvanizing. We powder coat all fans white, with control panel lid and intake cone black. No letter designation is used in the part number. Please specify this option with the dealer when ordering.
High Solids Paint: CECO offers a high solid paint service. Standard painted housing are premiered and then painted red (all so known as South East Red). No letter designation is used in the part number. Please specify this option with the dealer when ordering. Other color schemes can be provided. Please have your dealer inquire at the factory.
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