LBA HOME, Wall Turbine wind machines 2 years warranty
Wall Turbine Chrome wall-mounted chiller 50 Cm 120 Watts meets Directive 2006/42 / EC
Wal lTurbine is one of the most powerful wind machines on the market, it has a quality difficult to find elsewhere, it is oscillating and mural. It is an important quality because it allows a very wide ventilation of a workshop or a warehouse.
When you think fan we think of the classic fans. But when you have large rooms to ventilate, or simply a warehouse or workshop, the classic fans are clearly inoperative.
Indeed a conventional fan is not made to operate continuously and at maximum speed.
So the solution is in the brewers, but what are the differences between these brewers and our conventional fans? Many, let's review the important points.
1) Differences in ventilation capacities.
Specifically this point is one of the most important between the two types of fans, a conventional fan "pushes" the air without rotating it, the airflow behaves like a forward wall.
A stirrer creates a mini "vortex" or a small tornado allowing the flow of air to be more concentrated.
Take this test, take a balloon, put the head of your fan horizontally, and put the balloon in the center of the grille, turn on the fan.
In one case, the fan will fly as if blown by the wind, in the case of the brewer, the balloon will remain suspended in the center of the vortex.
2) Sound level.
Unquestionably, an air stirrer is a fan to be reserved for a more commercial use because it is very noisy, the blades emit bass like the blades of an airplane. If you want to ventilate a garage, uninhabited rooms, it will be appropriate, in the case of a living room, a room, in short a room to live, forget the Brewer of air and go to the classic ventilator.
3) Consumption and engines.
The classic, "inexpensive" fans are ALL made in Asia and 90% in China. The motors are 40 to 60 Watt motors and the current standard does not require a motor output (ratio watts consumed / air flow).
Moreover, for the past ten years, the engines are no longer made of copper but of aluminum, it is cheaper than copper (it is obvious), but aluminum is less heat-resistant than copper, The engines are much more fragile.
The motors of the brewers when they have, for two years, are governed by a very binding norm, obliging the manufacturers to respect a ratio watt / air flow.
The brewers of air are more powerful engines, from 60 to 120 Watts see beyond for brewers of 60 to 80 Cm.
The problem is the same as with conventional fans, brands distributors (type le__oy Me__in or Ca______ma) run after price, have aluminum engines that do not hold in continuous operation.
So WallTurbine recess, requires 100% copper motors.
4) the structure of the fans.
Conventional fans are often made of ABS, with 1 mm honeycomb guards. The blades are made of plastic, the brackets and feet are often a "light" metal.
The stirrers are made of metal, the blades are metallic, the grids are welded, and composed of "wires" of 2 to 3 mm depending on the model.
The paints used are paints in the oven, allowing to avoid corrosion to the maximum.
The weights have no comparison, a standing fan of 40 cm weighs on average 3 to 4 Kg, a brewer of 8 to 12 Kg.
With these differences, you can deduce that brewers are to be reserved for specific uses in places where the nuisance is not a problem.
The brewers LBA HOME, are thought for the professionals, and these are the grounds of the ventilation. For LBA HOME quality can only be seen in time or use in complicated environments, sands, dust, smoke etc.
Configuration delivered as follows:
Technical characteristics :
Power: 120 Watts 220 / ~ 50 (V / Hz)
Grid diameter: 57 Cm
Blade diameter: 50 Cm
Number of Speed: 3
Air flow rate: 8250 M3 / h
Rotation speed: 1200 Rpm
Finish: Galvanized steel blades, chrome grille, chrome wall bracket.
Grille: horizontal movement adjustable at 40 °, oscillation 80 °.
Total height: 65 Cm
Weight: 7 Kg
Standards: EN 60335-2-80 - DIN EN 294
Warranty: 3 years