One of the most important considerations is which type of explosion-proof exhaust fan is right for you, depending on the type of hazardous or flammable gas used in your manufacturing facility or produced as a by-product.
One of the most important points to consider before installing this system is that you must install a dust explosion testing system to ensure a safe passage of harmful gases and fumes from the factory. It is best to install a duct system first before considering installing a ventilation system.
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Step 1 – The first and most important step in installation is securing it in the right place, which must be high enough for the gas to escape easily. Also consider whether to install a duct system or not, because with the help of this system you can easily ensure the safe passage of gas and steam.
It is recommended to install the duct system before installing the ventilation system. The system should be installed in such a way that the direction of the ventilated air is away from the structure. Depending on the overall size of the fan, you can mount it on the wall or ceiling.
Step 2 – The second step is to make a hole according to the size of the fan. In order to do the job properly, mark the place along with the holes to be drilled and on this basis prepare the holes and fit them accordingly.
Step 3 – Make sure the walls can support the weight of the system. If you can't peel it off, consider installing wooden planks as these can easily be cut to size and even provide system support.