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PVC Fume Exhaust Fans

The primary group of plastic fans typically used in industrial ventilation systems is those constructed of synthetic plastic polymers, polypropylene (PP) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Most plastic fans purchased are PVC construction. They are relatively inexpensive and able to withstand a broad range of aggressive environments and temperature to 165°F for polypropylene wheels and 140° F for PVC housings. PVC fans are an excellent choice for the efficient conveyance of corrosive, chemically laden, humid, or polluted gases, fumes, and air. Flame-retardant and corrosion resistant, they are especially suited for hostile environments in which coated metals fail.

SysTech PVC fans have important features for corrosive airstreams:

  • Impellers in either polypropylene or PVDF
  • Injection molded blades for high efficiency
  • No metal in airstream
  • Casings are thermoformed and automatically welded
  • Forwardly curved fan wheel blades
  • Quiet operation

PVC Fume Exhaust Fan Performance


PVC Fume Exhaust Fans are suitable for a wide range of applications that require from 80 to 6500 cfm and a maximum static pressure of 10 inches.

Where PVC Fume Exhaust Fans are Applied


PVC fume exhaust fans are used in applications such as, but not limited to:

  • Acid Scrubbers
  • Plating Scrubbers
  • Pickling Lines
  • Acid Dip Tanks
  • Sulfuric Acid Exhaust
  • Wastewater Treatment Plants
  • Analytical Laboratories
  • Battery Manufacturing
  • Pharmaceutical Laboratories
  • Pulp and Paper Plants
  • Metal Finishing
  • Laboratory Hood Exhaust

SysTech offers a wide selection of corrosive environment equipment. Let us match the correct materials of construction with your airstream constituents and assist with all your corrosive environment needs.

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