Centrifugal Fans for Hydroponics

Centrifugal fans are designed to build air pressure by sucking air through the centre of the fan and forcing it outwards in an enclosed area. This means that the centrifugal fan is good at what the inline fan is not: it is designed to push air down ducting.

Centrifugal fans should be used in any application that requires air to be pulled or pushed through lengths of ducting greater than five meters, multiple air-cooled lights, or with carbon filters. The fans feature solid metal powder coat housing and a reverse curve blade design offering low noise and high output.

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Blauberg Centro G Centrifugal Fan - 150MM (6" Inch) | 270CFM | Speed Control
EP FM2 Centrifugal Fan - 300MM (12" Inch) | 1030CFM | 250W | 78dBA | 1.13A

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