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New Small High-performing Circulation Fan

12 February 2015
Termotecnica Pericoli SRL

ITALY - A new small high-performing circulation fan is a top performer worthy of a closer look, according to Termotecnica Pericoli.

Termotecnica Pericoli S.r.l. is once again in the unique position of introducing a new innovative product, the new ACF 21 which follows on the recent and successful introduction of the ACF 26.

Termotecnica Pericoli

The new small model ACF 21 has all the same features and benefits of its bigger counterpart such as:

  • 20 per cent increase in thrust
  • 10 per cent increased airflow and capacity, and
  • a decrease of 10 per cent in energy consumption.

Along with the main high performance features and innovations is the all-new six-blade Peraluman (high-tech aluminium alloy) propeller assembly, which draws the airflow over the motor as a cooling factor, adding to the motor efficiency.

The motor mounts are aerodynamically designed to stabilising the airflow and increase the efficiency in addition to robustly supporting the motor, either single- or three-phase model.

The galvanised body housing acts as a venturi for the air exiting the fan, thus also contributing to both the increased throw and efficiency. The compact design and engineering facilitates either a traditional horizontal or innovative vertical installation to meet and exceed all expectations in every application, in all sectors.

Noteworthy is the fact that during the recent Bess Lab independent performance verification process in the US, this little high-performer was rated in the top five per cent of all comparable and competitive fans.

The new ACF 21 will be introduced and highlighted at a number of upcoming international trade shows and exhibitions during 2015 – another unique Pericoli solution to the challenges of air stratification.

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