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Technical & Product Information
Each Fandis product has its certificate of conformance listed in the downloads section of the product listing. For EU countries the CE mark is visible on the product. For UK customers it is now mandatory to use the UKCA marking in most cases. This will be noted on the product itself or in supporting documentation available in request. From January 2023 this will be fixed onto the product. The CE or UKCA mark is there to demonstrate that a component meets a regulated standard of performance. All Fandis and Axair products adhere to their relevant Directives and Standards to ensure all products are certified for safe use.
Yes, filter exhausts are available as seperate items. If an individual frame fan is required you can visit our sister website www.axair-fans.co.uk or contact our team on 01782 349430 as these are not available on Axaironline.
Each product code can be broken down easily to enable you to identify the product type. Please refer to our Knowledge Zone for more information.
The media can be maintained by washing, blow drying and lightly beating. Dependent on the environment this can be done up to ten times before the media needs replacing.
A Normally Closed (NC) red thermostat has closed contacts when the temperature is below the set value and opens with rising temperatures. A NC thermostat can be used alongside a heater or for switching alarm signal devices when the temperature drops below a certain value.
A Normally Open (NO) blue thermostat has open contacts when the temperature is below a set value and closes with rising temperatures. A NO thermostat can be used when using a fan to remove heat or for a temperature alarm when heat rises above a certain value.
Heaters are used where damage from condensation must be prevented, or where the temperature must not fall below a minimum value. A drop in temperature can lead to a serious malfunction or to component failure. Convection heaters protect against low temperatures preventing the formation of condensation.
Heaters work using Self-regulating Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) thermistors. So as the temperature rises the resistance increases and less power is used. The reverse is true when the temperature drops.
All datasheets are listed below the specific product but can also be found in our downloads section.