To ensure the workmanship, safety, and reliability of industrial fans, manufacturers need to follow a series of strict design and manufacturing standards. These standards usually involve the following aspects: material selection, structural design, running noise, transmission system, protective measures, etc.
In terms of materials, industrial fans are usually made of high-quality metal materials or corrosion-resistant materials to ensure their durability and stability in complex environments.
In terms of structural design, industrial fans need to consider their overall structure and aerodynamic characteristics and optimize fluid dynamics simulation and computer simulation to ensure their stable air volume and air pressure.
In terms of operating noise, the noise generated by industrial fans during operation is an important consideration. Manufacturers need to reduce noise levels through noise testing and adjustments to comply with relevant standards.
In terms of transmission systems, industrial fans usually use wear-resistant transmission systems, such as gears, belt drives, or other drive systems, to ensure the reliability and safety of their operation.
In terms of protective measures, industrial fans need to consider the surrounding environment and operating conditions and take corresponding protective measures to reduce the risk of accidents, such as installing protective nets.