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FRP fan stack

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Fan stack used in the cooling tower fans to cover the fan and through the exit air at an elevated height. In the past time, it was constructed with concrete but nowadays it made of FRP.
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  • Double finish fan stacks are available.
  • Having ultraviolet protection.
  • Excellent surface finish.
  • Superior mechanical strength.
  • Fire retardant options are available.
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Maya Fan Air Engineering Pvt Ltd is one of the leading manufacturers of fan stack. It is also known as fan cylinder, fan cashing, fan rind, and fan shroud.
We provide following fan stack -
Cooling tower FRP fan stack.
Air-cooled condenser (ACC) fan ring.
Metallic Fan cashing for various industrial applications.
Mining ventilation fan diffuser in FRP and metallic options.
Customized Fan stack extension for exit air elevation.
Air inlet of FRP and metal for various industrial applications.

We are having a full facility from design to the development of these stacks.
there is no standardization in these industries so every OEM required different designs.
So we have to develop it based on OEM drawing.
So far we have developed more than 60 different fan stack.
Range of our fan stack are -
Diameter up to 52 foot.
Height up to 18 foot.
We have supplied a fan ring to India's largest single project supply.
It was a project of NTPC and the OEM of ACC is Harbin Air Conducting.
in this project, we have supplied 270 Nos of the fan ring of 36-foot diameter.
Not only the fan ring but the fan guard are also supplied by us.

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