TLT-Turbo GmbH has redesigned its auxiliary and booster fan ranges to improve their efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
TLT-Turbo GmbH has redesigned its auxiliary and booster fan ranges to improve their efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

Mining ventilation systems manufacturer TLT-Turbo GmbH has reportedly redesigned its auxiliary and booster fan ranges to improve their efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

‘As energy efficiency is one of the main drivers of industrial equipment usage, and minimum efficiency requirements on certain equipment are often legislated, TLT-Turbo identified the need and opportunity in the market for more efficient mining fans compared to what is currently in use,’ said Michael Minges, technical director at TLT-Turbo Africa, who led the redesign.

The new designs feature a new stator design and aerodynamic fairings made from wear-resistant composite materials, resulting in improved efficiencies and reduced noise levels.

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