The term "industrial" fan does not have a clear definition, but the term is intended to mean a fan of heavier construction to meet the demands of industrial operations. This may include the use of thicker material gauges, larger shafts, bearings with increased bearing life, high temperature features, corrosion resistant materials, etc. compared to commercial or HVAC fans
Centrifugal Fans & Blowers:
Conveying material in dust collector systems or loading to silos, trucks and railroad cars.
Combustion air for burners and industrial water heaters.
Cooling electrical equipment or parts from heat curing ovens and kilns.
Pressurizing cabinets, vaults or rooms.
Blow-off systems to remove moisture from parts prior to painting, coating or packing.
General ventilation of rooms or factories.
Providing suction or pressure for industrial process air flotation tables.
Drying ink on cans and bottles, silk screen and printing processes.
Circulating air in ovens and dryers.
Forced ventilation of AC and DC motors and traction motors.