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Thanks to their compact and robust design, single inlet fans are used wherever there is a need to move a large volume of air in a confined space.
Made according to the most innovative production technologies, these motor are the benchmark of the ventilation sector and, in particular, in the hot air exhaust units for biomass stoves. The hot air exhaust fans in the Fandis family of external rotor fans are designed to solve the problem of hot air extraction from chimneys and pellet stoves.
There are two types of single-phase asynchronous motors. Separate capacitor motors and shaded pole motors are the most used and appreciated for the construction of fans. Separate condenser motors make fans very efficient and quiet, while shaded pole motors are used in low-power fans and, having neither auxiliary winding nor capacitor, are simple, robust and cost-effective.