Axial Fans for Thermal Management: 160-254mm
Axial fans from Y.S. Tech U.S.A. are manufactured to be durable, yet lightweight to provide optimal fan cooling efficiency. In these larger size fans we offer shaded pole motors, inner rotor motors and EC motors.
160-254mm AC Fans providing Durable Performance
The sizing options and features for our 160-254mm DC fans include:
- 172x51mm KT AC Fans: provides airflow of 190.0~223.0 CFM and has static pressure of 15.0~19.0mm H2O. Weighs 1050g and features a die-cast aluminum frame and UL 94V 0 P.B.T. plastic blades.
- 176x89mm KT AC Fans: airflow range of 344.8~397.2 CFM with 15.9~20.7 mm H20 static pressure range. Weighs 2000g and features a die-cast aluminum frame and UL 94V0 P.B.T. plastic blades.
- 180x65mm KT AC Fans: weighs 1800g and is constructed from a die-cast aluminum frame and plastic material UL 94V-0 P.B.T. blades.
- 180x89mm KT AC Fans: provides an airflow range of 344.8~397.2 CFM and has a static pressure range of 15.9~20.7 mm H2O. Weighs 2000g and is constructed from die-cast aluminum with UV 94V0 P.B.T. plastic blades.
- 254x89mm KT AC Fans: features a die-cast aluminum frame and plastic UL 94V0 P.B.T. blades. Offers airflow of 443.0~699.8 CFM and a static pressure range of 6.87~8.39 mm H2O.
- 280x90mm KT AC Fans: weighs 4240g and features a die-cast aluminum frame and glass reinforced thermoplastic, UL 94V0 plastic blades. Provides an airflow range of 655~1424 CFM and static pressure of 9.65~33.0 mm H2O.
Use the sizing options below to request a quote for axial fan pricing or contact us to discuss features and customization options.
Understanding Airflow Impedance for AC Fans
Sufficient airflow is imperative for providing proper cooling efficiency, but the design of an enclosure can result in restricted airflow commonly referred to as airflow impedance. The commonly overlooked issue of system impedance not only alters the efficiency of your cooling but can increase power consumption as AC fans are forced to work harder to provide sufficient cooling. Axial fans that are overworked also product more heat, which can counteract any cooling being produced by the fan. Airflow impedance can also result in a buildup of heat in specific areas (“hot spots”) while other areas of your system may be overcooled.
Loss of fan cooling efficiency from system impedance can be caused by a range of factors including, but not limited to:
- Fan obstruction caused by components or system design
- Excess cables blocking airflow
- Filtration systems obstructing cool air
- Odd or irregular layouts that impede air flow
- The use of pressure vs. suction for heat dissipation and air distribution
To prevent airflow impedance that can lead to increased power use and potential equipment overheating or malfunction, it is important to regularly examine and resolve any airflow issues in your cooling system.
Order Axial Fans for Your Cooling Requirements
With the right AC fan and a properly designed cooling system, you can protect computers and other electronic components from overheating. Contact us to learn more about our axial fans in a range of sizes or request a quote for your AC fan today.