Protect fans effectively against wear

The Ventilatorenfabrik Oelde provides process fans with special wear protection before they leave the factory. The company will also repair parts which are liable to wear on fans of any make which are already in service. Because of the processes involved, centrifugal fans in the cement industry handle dust-laden air and gases. Depending on the amount and type of dust, the various fan components are subject to increased wear. This applies particularly to raw mill fans downstream of the cyclone and to cement mill separator fans which are designed for dust loads up to 80 g/m³, but also by-pass fans and cooler exhaust air fans number among the plant components subjected to wear.
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