Series 44V

Series 44V Special Duty Direct Drive Duct Vaneaxial Fan | Hartzell Air Movement
Special Duty Direct Drive Duct Vane Axial Fan

Adding a vane section to the discharge side of a Series 44 blower makes it perform efficiently as a low- powered vaneaxial on the upper side of the pressure curve. Near free air, the vane section offers no advantages, but beyond the mid-range, the 44V provides up to 30% more static pressure with the same horsepower.

Hartzell’s Series 44V fans provide high-volume, high-efficiency air movement in harsh environments, including marine, mining and industrial duty applications. AMCA-certified for air performance, Series 44 Duct Fans feature a six-bladed, single-piece, cast aluminum propeller. The airfoil design incorporates years of research and development to deliver the best features of Hartzell vaneaxial propellers plus the economic performance of all Hartzell duct fans.

Series 44V fans deliver medium static pressures of 1 to 4" water gauge (in. w.g.). Available in standard sizes 12 through 60", they feature fully enclosed, fan-cooled motors, continuously welded rolled steel housing and flanges, rigid motor mounts and mounting holes. Blowers can be designed for mounting in any position, from horizontal to vertical.

For a similar blower without the vane option, see Series 44.

Additional Series 44V features:

  • Cast aluminum airfoil propeller
  • Totally enclosed, fan-cooled motors
  • Industrial-grade, powder coat, enamel coating standard
  • Dynamically balanced at the factory prior to shipping
  • Supplied packaged, assembled and ready to install
  • Special coatings, constructions, motors and accessories also available

 

AMCA air performance certification
  • Specifications
  • Resources
  • Market Applications
Size: 
12
24
36
48
60
Material Type: 
Steel
SS304
SS316
Aluminum
Pressure Range: 
0-1.5" s.p.
1.5-3" s.p.
3-8" s.p.
Type: 
Axial
ABS Certified: 
Yes
AMCA Certified: 
Yes
Market Category: 
Chemical
Energy
Food Processing
Heavy Industry
Marine
Pulp and Paper
Transportation