Hartzell Debuts New Fan Selection Software

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Friday, November 15, 2013

Hartzell Air Movement launched a new fan selection software called Hartzell-FLOW. The new software allows engineers and customers to make their own fan selections, generate fan curves and also view and download 2D drawings and 3D fan models. The program contains information on thousands of different industrial fans for a variety of markets including water and wastewater, marine, power generation and heavy industry.

Tom Gustafson, Chief Technology Officer of Hartzell Air Movement describes, “The program will allow customers to quickly and easily find the fan that fits their specific needs and applications. In the end, this will speed up the order process and get our fans to our customers quicker.” Hartzell-FLOW also contains information on Hartzell Air Movement’s AMCA certified products along with different fan options and special coatings. These models and drawings are configuration specific, and include many of the commonly selected accessories. Customers can register for Hartzell-FLOW by going to hartzellairmovement.com.

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