Robinson PW fans are furnished with radial bladed wheels specifically suited for applications involving continuous operation at temperatures from 70° F to 2000° F. PW units are often constructed of special alloy materials for high-temperature service, but are also used for low temperature operations. Other Robinson fans designed for high-temperature applications include axial flow and FC (forward curve) blade series.
Robinson’s PW design is a result of thorough and exacting laboratory testing and documented performance ratings. These ratings were calculated on the basis of complete fan units, including wheel, casing and inlet section.
Components are also furnished separately by Robinson, but the fan unit must be set up with wheel, shaft, casing, inlet and all other components in place to Robinson design specifications to achieve rated performance.