DC cross flow fans are tubular fans with forward curved blades that move air transversely across the impeller to generate two-dimensional air flow. They provide a high pressure coefficient and are used for a range of applications including printers, copiers and electronics.
Cross flow fans are offered in AC and DC options that are similar in overall design but provide different benefits that should be considered before making a selection. So, what does AC and DC stand for and what are the differences?
AC stands for alternating current and describes electrical currents that move in a reverse direction. They provide an even and consistent airflow and are commonly used as a cooling component in household and commercial appliances.
DC stands for direct current and indicates electrical currents that flow in a single direction. Cross flow fans with DC motors contain built-in permanent magnets to attract and repel the rotor around the axis. They provide minimal electromagnetic interference which makes them ideal for use in computers and other electronics.
Y.S. Tech U.S.A. DC cross flow blower fans are made from durable metal frames with aluminum rotors and feature a compact and lightweight design for easy installation. They are built with quality and efficiency in mind and provide reliable and consistent performance for temperature control applications.
Additional features of our 7-54 CFM DC cross flow fans include:
Y.S. Tech USA offers DC cross flow fans in 7-54 CFM and 21-79 CFM options to meet your industrial application requirements. Request a quote for your DC cross flow fan today or contact us to learn more about our industrial blower options and value-added features.