The Hyper Fan™ Series...
Quiet, Smooth And Efficient
When Compared To Other Fans In Its Category:
- Extremely energy efficient running at 1/2 the power of comparable fans.
- You get it all! More airflow, higher pressure and lower operating costs!
Class Leading Performance Via "Multi-Phase" Motors
Hyper Fan™ Next Generation "Multi-Phase" EC Motors are vastly superior to all existing fan motor technology. "Multi-Phase" technology allows the motor to be energized 12 times per revolution as compared to 2 or 4 times with competitors fans, making the application of power to the fan blades smooth, ultra efficient and vibration free.
More Efficient And More Reliable
Next Generation "Multi-Phase" EC Motors use up to half the power and produce half the heat of traditional EC and/or DC motors. This results in greatly reduced energy costs coupled with less wear, greatly increased reliability and a longer expected lifespan than any other fan it its class.
Laminar Blade Design & Stator Technology
Hyper Fan™ is the first fan in the industry to utilize the combination of Laminar Blade Design & Stator Technology. This technology stems from modern jet engine design to create less drag and have a higher co-efficiency than the competitors fan blade designs. This is the foundation of the Hyper Fan's™ many benefits including reduced noise, more efficient operation, higher airflow and the highest static pressure performance of any fan in its class.
2 Related Content Found
Temperature Author: Bluelab
Measuring the temperature of a solution Control your nutrient solution temperature and prevent big swings. Temperature affects plant growth, flowering, seed production and pollination. If it’s too cold, seeds won’t germinate, cuttings won’t root, flowers won’t produce pollen. Your plants will grow slowly or stop growing altogether. Too hot, your seeds won’t germinate and cuttings won’t root. Plants can die from oxygen deficiency, or succumb to pathogens that like higher temperatures. Most plants prefer a root zone temperature of 18 ...
Phresh Filters and Pressure Drop Author: phresh filters
Phresh Filters and Pressure Drop Carbon filters cause a pressure drop across the fan. An unrestricted fan working on full power will give the manufacturer’s specified air flow but when a carbon filter is connected to the fan it will reduce the air flow. Phresh Filters have the lowest air flow drop across any fan due to the carbon quality and superior design. ...