Axial Fans Improve Engine Performance

Wednesday, September 05, 2001
By installing axial fans from Delta T Systems, owners can ventilate an engine room with a steady supply of air. The Delta T axial fans mount in the vent system that connects the engine room to outside air. It provides high airflow rates and low sound pressure levels. Manufactured for marine environments, it has a lightweight, flanged housing, as well as patented hubs and airfoil blades. The fans range in size from nine in. models that move 490 cu. ft. of air per minute to 36 in. units that move more than 45,000 cu. ft. per minute. The fan motors are available for single- or three-phase AC power at 50 to 60 Hx, and for 12- or 24- volt DC power.

Delta T was originally established in 1992 as Rolo International with the sole purpose of providing solutions to the age old problem of eliminating water and salt from the machinery space. The Delta T name emerged in 1995 due to the demand from many clients for a complete ventilation and engineering package. Today, the company is dedicated to providing clients with a low cost solution to machinery space ventilation problems. The company provides complete mechanical and electrical engineering with full naval architectural support for the design of any marine machinery space ventilation system, from inlet to outlet.

To date the company has more than 1,000 marine applications, ranging from small pleasure craft to oil field crew and supply boats to U.S. Coast Guard patrol vessels and large motor yachts.

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