Airmaster Offers Series of Hazardous Locations Air Circulators
Heavy-duty Air Circulators offer spark-resistant models ideal for oil refineries, welding shops and other hazardous locations identified by classes I, II and III.
CLARKLAKE, Mich. – December 2017 – Airmaster, a leading manufacturer of air circulation and ventilation fan solutions, offers a series of heavy-duty Hazardous Location Air Circulators.
The Hazardous Location Air Circulators are available as pedestal, wall, I-beam and ceiling-mount fans. The air circulators are designed for use in hazardous locations identified by classes I, II and III, such as oil refineries, battery charging areas, grain mills, coal mines, dry cleaners, lumber mills, welding shops, paint operations and other locations that may contain explosive gases, vapors or dust in the atmosphere.
The air circulators are spark-resistant, non-oscillating and are available with 115/230-volt, 1/4 horsepower, one-phase or 230/460-volt, three-phase, single speed and ball bearing motors. Other features include die cast aluminum propellers, OSHA-approved safety guards and a one-year warranty.
“The Hazardous Location Air Circulators are designed to perform and ventilate while abiding by specific safety regulations,” said Greg Helbling, vice president of sales and marketing at Airmaster. “Heavy-duty and ultra-quiet, these air circulators deliver maximum air flow while protecting against hazards.”
Airmaster, based in Clarklake, Mich., manufactures heaters, air circulation and ventilation fan solutions for industrial and commercial use. Founded in 1886 as the Diehl Fan Company, today Airmaster manufactures the industry’s largest selection of air circulation and ventilation products to keep people, plants and processes cool. In 2013, Airmaster was purchased by the Maico group, a family business from Germany. The Maico group is a globally recognized leader in ventilation products and is known for product quality and reliability. Airmaster also maintains stocking warehouses across the U.S. For more information, visit airmasterfan.com.