As heavy industries keep on increasing day by day the need to stay ahead of the competition makes the industries want to work more is order to produce more. Although the power and resources for the industries are available, most of these resources are non-renewable and need to be used with extreme caution and care. Energy-efficiency is the new buzzword in the industrial corridors and companies are now modifying their operations to suit the model of a responsible and environment-friendly business, realizing that this is the need of the hour.

Parag Fans & Cooling Systems Limited, being India’s largest and most-trusted manufacturer of industrial cooling solutions, has been successful in providing the desired efficiency and green-friendliness that a heavy industry hopes to have. Parag Fans has an advanced and highly-equipped R&D department that helps to make new and ultra-modern innovations in air-cooled fin fan cooling technology, more frequently than other competitors.

Parag Fans has introduced the unique FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic) material which has been found to be most effective in working for fin fans in industrial cooling solutions. The FRP material is used to make high-quality and highly-efficient Axial Flow Fan systems, in a range of sizes (1200 mm, 1400 mm and 1600 mm).

The axial flow FRP fin fan system by Parag Fans consist of the hub, FRP blades, casing, FRP impellers, inlet bell, inlet and outlet nose spinners as well as velocity recovery cones used in ‘humidifying’ applications. The FRP technology was made in collaboration with the Ahmedabad Textile Industry Research Association (ATIRA) and Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), Govt. of India to provide more efficient power savings (around 35% more) as compared to the conventional aluminum fin fans used by other companies.

Parag Fans’ axial flow air-cooled FRP fin fan cooling systems the most effective Impellers that have passed extensive aerodynamics simulation, load deflection characteristic reading, that have the strain at the shank.

The hub attached to every FRP fan by Parag Fans is most precisely balanced, following ISO quality standards, which ensure zero-vibration during functioning. These are tested continuously to check their limit and to improve their performance as well.

Parag Fans uses a signature fixing system for all its air-cooled FRP fan system, which allows a unique pitch angle to be maintained by the blades. This pitch angle can also be adjusted (according to the specific requirement) to become more effective and efficient.

The casing covering the FRP fan system by Parag Fans completely encloses the motor assembly and the impeller and is made to withstand extreme conditions, as it is made using heavy-gauge mild steel. The complete air-cooled FRP fin fan system by Parag Fans also comes with a nose spinner, outlet nose spinner, inlet bell mouths and outlet cones which are designed to work in perfect coordination with the entire cooling system and produce noticeable energy-saving results.

The specialized FRP blades are also coated with fire-retardant epoxy resins or polyester, for added toughness to the blades. The hub is itself made from galvanized double-plate/aluminum. The plates are made from hot-dipped galvanized mild steel/Cast aluminum alloy (LM-6), with the fasteners made from galvanized steel (SS-304). The blade-holding blocks are designed to withstand immense stress and are made from specialized cast aluminum alloy (LM-6)/Cast iron (FG-200) with the center bush made out of cast iron (FG-200) as well. The inlet bell, nose spinner and outlet cone, made from FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) are also coated with extensive layers of fire-retardant polyester/epoxy resins for safety and toughness to withstand the immense temperature for the fins and the blades to functions.

Parag Fas is regarded by its clients, and the business world, as the leading manufacturer of highly-efficient and advanced air-cooled FRP fin systems that are a step ahead of others in terms of energy-saving and being friendly to the environment, ultimately.