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ID Fan Manufacturers/Suppliers/Exporters in Coimbatore, Telangana, Mumbai, Aurangabad, Nashik, Kolhapur, Karnataka, Belgaum, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune from India


ID Fan Manufacturers in India, ID Fan Suppliers in India, ID Fan Exporters in India

We are ID Fan/Induced Draft Fans manufacturers, suppliers and exporters in India, Coimbatore, Telangana, Mumbai, Aurangabad, Nashik, Kolhapur, Karnataka, Belgaum, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, PuneInduced Draft Fans/ID fans for Industrial are manufactured and supplied, and Exported by Mahalaxmi Engineering Projects from India. Additionally, in addition to offering parts, accessories, and a variety of services, such as guidance on boiler fan selection, we can design and manufacture custom fans. In the fan testing facility of Mahalaxmi Engineering Projects from India, each impeller is meticulously examined and statically and dynamically balanced.

In the Industrial industry, the phrase "induced draft (ID) fan" is most frequently used, but it more broadly applies to any fans that create negative pressure (i.e., a partial vacuum) in a combustion air system, such as a kiln. They are frequently used in conjunction with FD fans to create pressures that are slightly lower than atmospheric pressure (5-10 mm of water column is one standard) to evacuate combustion gases from the furnace to the stack. For this reason, the ID fan is turned on before the FD fans.


The ID fan is commonly placed in the flue gas stream of coal-fired boilers between the electrostatic precipitator and the chimney.

We are ID Fan/Induced Draft Fans manufacturers, suppliers and exporters in India, Coimbatore, Telangana, Mumbai, Aurangabad, Nashik, Kolhapur, Karnataka, Belgaum, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune. For this purpose, centrifugal blowers are frequently employed. Double-suction fans with radial-bladed and backward-curved blades, intake guiding vanes, and frequently variable-frequency motors are utilised. Large volumes of hot, dust- and ash-filled flue gases must be handled by these blowers. It might be as hot as 150 C. The ID fan is required to manage any leaks in the system so that air leaks in rather than ash and fuel particles leak out. This means that any pressure decreases in the system must be overcome by the fan's strength. In order to reduce the burden on the ID fan, conserve energy, and ensure acceptable performance, it is crucial to keep leaks in the flue gas path to a minimum. Because flue gases become much more dense when cold air enters the system, the fan's effective capacity may be sharply reduced.

Direct coupled, belt-driven, or direct driven ID fans are all possible. Only somewhat low gas temperatures may be appropriate for the direct-driven models.

Product Specification

Power 1.5 KW
Material Mild Steel
Fan Speed Approx. 1350 RPM
Brand R. K. Engg. Works
Voltage 230V
Frequency 50 Hz
Motor Power 2 HP
Minimum Order Quantity 1
Usage/Application Industrial
Type Duct Mounted Fan
Material both

Product Description

We are ID Fan/Induced Draft Fans manufacturers, suppliers and exporters in India. We are a manufacturers of FD fans and induced draught fans/ID Fans. To assure many years of dependable operation, only the best quality parts and supplies were used in construction and assembly. Large volumes of air at low pressures can be handled by induced draught fans, which also make very little noise.

The advantages of an induced draft fan over centrifugal fans include:

We are ID Fan/Induced Draft Fans manufacturers, suppliers and exporters in India
  • Reduced cost.
  • decreased space needs.
  • suited to a variety of sectors
  • Durable \reliable
  • extreme performance

Other information

  • High Volume Limit Load Blowers/High Volume Limit Load Blowers
  • Low-pressure fans
  • Outlet Fans
  • Blowers with a Medium Pressure (Backward Curved Blades)
  • Blowers with a Medium Pressure (Self Cleaning Blades)
  • Blowers with a Medium Pressure (Straight Radial Blades)
  • Fans with Forced and Induced Drafts
  • Blowers with High Pressure