Smaller is Better With Termotecnica Pericoli Fan10 June 2015
ITALY - Termotecnica Pericoli has proved that “bigger is not always better” and that “Smaller is better” through the recently introduced new ACF 21 fan, which has proved itself both in the PERILab and in field trials.
The small, compact (510 mm) and lightweight (18kg) circulation fan has a huge knockout punch with great performance and comes in at a lightweight cost - a cost effective solution to all air stratification challenges.
The new 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
- 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 Aluminum 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 stabilise the airflow and increase the efficiency in addition to robustly support 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 an innovative vertical installation, to meet and exceed all expectations in every application, in all sectors.
It is noteworthy that during the recent Bess Lab independent performance verification process this little high performer was rated in the top five per cent of all comparable and competitive fans.
The new ACF 21 is now available in all markets – so a small cost effective fan is the best solution to all your air stratification challenges.