Axial fans use blades to create forced air and are used for a range of applications including industrial and high tech cooling systems for computers and electronics. Y.S. Tech U.S.A. AC fans produce high flow and low noise and are offered in a range of sizes.
- 120x25 KT Axial Fan: weighs 390g and features a die-cast aluminum frame with UL 94V0 P.B.T blades. Provides air flow of 43.2~67.27 CFM and static pressure from 1.5~6.2 mm H20.
- 120x38 KT Axial Fan: weighs 550g and features a die-cast aluminum frame with UL 94V0 P.B.T blades. Provides air flow ranging from 65.0~108.0 CFM and static pressure ranging from 2.04~8.80 mm H20.
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How to Select the right fan with the right sound level
The unpleasant sound or pitch created by fans can have a significant impact on workplace comfort, especially when multiple fans are being used in one area or in indoor settings where noises are often intensified by minimal or inadequate insulation. Because of this, the amount of noise generated by an axial fan is an important consideration when selecting a product for your cooling applications.
There are several factors that determine fan noise level including the ac fan design and whether it is being used indoors or outdoors. When performing sound measurement for your axial fan your acoustic engineer will need to consider the following:
- Axial fan design
- Fan speed
- Amount of pressure developed by the AC fan
- Volume of air moving through the axial fan
- Operating environment
Axial fans from Y.S. Tech U.S.A. provide high flow with low noise for use in a range of applications and we can develop custom AC fans based on your fan noise level specifications.
Order AC Fans for Your Cooling Applications
We provide 120-127mm ac fans, 80-92mm
fans and 160-254mm
fans that provide high airflow with low fan noise levels for your thermal management applications. Request a quote
for your axial fans today or contact us
to discuss your custom cooling requirements.