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Delta ‘T’ debuts Euro-style axial replacement fan

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Delta “T” Systems’ new Euro-style axial replacement fan helps mariners manage the typical paperwork and lead times associated with the job, while providing high performance and build quality, according to a company press release. 

The fan is available in custom diameters from 12 inches to 31 inches (315mm–800mm), matching original metric fan sizes and flange bolt patterns for easy installation. Unlike common European steel models, its housing is welded marine-grade aluminum that’s powder-coated for corrosion resistance and a high-end appearance. 

The high-efficiency composite blades are powerful, quiet and replaceable, and they deliver improved performance over original European fans in both airflow and power draw, according to the company.

Delta “T” Systems’ new Euro-style axial replacement fan

The fan is available with single- or three-phase motors, in 50 and 60 Hz and a range of voltages to fit any application. Balanced corrosion-resistant aluminum hubs attach directly to the shaft with multiple locking methods for safety, reliability and long-lived, vibration-free operation.

Made in the U.S., the product is available for fast and easy delivery.

Delta “T” Systems engineers and manufactures complete marine machinery space ventilation systems for refit, refit and OEM applications. Their products have been installed on more than 18,000 commercial, recreational and military vessels worldwide. 

For more information, visit deltasystems.com.

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