Induced Flow Centrifugal Exhaust Fan, Backward Inclined
The BCIFE Induced Flow, Centrifugal Exhaust Fan is intended for use in exhausting laboratory fumes and hazardous chemicals in such a manner that diminishes the likelihood of concentrated, contaminant-laden air from being re-entrained into the building’s intake or make-up air. This unit is commonly used in exhaust systems for universities, schools, hospitals, research facilities, laboratories, restaurants and wastewater treatment plants.
The benefits of utilizing an induced flow exhaust fan is to dilute the contaminated air at the outlet as well as increase outlet volume which accelerates the discharge air increasing plume height without a tall stack.
Sizes (impeller diameters)
- 12.25 to 66 inches (315 mm to 1,680 mm)
- Airflow to 132,000 CFM (224,300 m3/hour)
- Static pressure to 15 inches w.g. (3,730 Pa)
- Glossary of Terms (LEEM-GT)
- Plume Height (LEEM-PH)
- What is AMCA 260? (LEEM-A260)
- Variable vs. Constant Volume Systems (LEEM-VCVS)
- High Temperature Fan Applications (LEEM-HTFA)
- Perchloric Acid Applications (LEEM-PH)
- Fan Sound & Sound Ratings (FE-300)
- Vibration Isolation of Fans (FE-1900)
- Spark Resistant Fan Construction (FE-2200)