Hybrid-flow engine fan

Horton has announced that its WindMaster Revolution high-efficiency, hybrid-flow fan meets the airflow demand of EPA 2010, Euro VI and Tier 4 engines. The fans are designed for compact engine compartments and are available in two sizes. The 550-mm fans are engineered for off-highway equipment and vehicles and medium-duty trucks. The 750-mm fans are engineered for heavy-duty trucks and some off-highway

Horton has announced that its WindMaster Revolution high-efficiency, hybrid-flow fan meets the airflow demand of EPA 2010, Euro VI and Tier 4 engines.

The fans are designed for compact engine compartments and are available in two sizes. The 550-mm fans are engineered for off-highway equipment and vehicles and medium-duty trucks. The 750-mm fans are engineered for heavy-duty trucks and some off-highway equipment and vehicles.

WindMaster Revolution fans have 20% greater airflow than axial-flow fans, significantly lower operating noise, greater efficiency and a similar-size inlet, according to the company. When compared to radial-flow fans, the fans are said to have 40% smaller depth and a larger inlet diameter, require a significantly smaller space, and do not require space for complex fan housing. And when compared to mixed-flow fans, they have more than 15% greater airflow, 30% smaller depth, greater efficiency, and a larger hub section that provides for more fan drive mounting options.

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