Spark Resistant Fans for Performance and Compliance

Cincinnati Fan AMCA spark resistant fan construction reduces the likelihood that a spark caused by fan component friction will ignite hazardous or combustible gases when fans are used in close proximity to flammable or combustible materials. Such applications require careful consideration of all system components to ensure the safe handling of such gas streams.

G Squared partners with Cincinnati Fan to offer a comprehensive selection of fan and blower models designed for hazardous locations, such as the handling of potentially explosive or flammable particles, fumes, or vapors. Our spark resistant fans feature:

  • AMCA Type A, Type B, or Type C Spark Resistant Compliant Construction
Performance Range Up to 52,000 CFM
Shipment 10 Days
Temperature Range Up to 750° F

G Squared Supplies Spark Resistant Fan Needs in the Gulf Coast Region

You need fans that cost-efficiently provide safety, reliability, and performance. Additional advantages G Squared offers you as your Gulf Coast spark resistant fan supplier:

  • Custom engineering and fabrication to meet specific needs
  • Knowledgeable and responsive customer service
  • Experienced OEM & CEM support
  • Quick lead time and fast delivery
  • Expedited shipping available

Our team offers you the best combination of performance, quality, and value to assure the long-term efficiency and reliability of your process. Contact G Squared to discuss your spark resistant fan needs.

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  • AMCA Classifications
  • Applications
  • PDF's
  • Type A – construction requires all materials of the fan or blower that are in contact with the air stream be comprised of spark resistant nonferrous material such as aluminum or brass
  • Type B – construction requires a nonferrous wheel and a rubbing ring around the hole where the fan or motor shaft enters the fan or blower housing
  • Type C – construction requires a nonferrous plate on both sides of the inside of the fan or blower housing
  • Paint Spray Booth exhaust
  • Grain storage bins or silos
  • Chemical and paint storage room ventilation
  • Ammunition manufacturing and storage rooms
  • Refineries and fuel storage facilities
  • Explosive and/or flammable liquid storage cabinets
  • Combustion air
  • Dust collection
  • Air pollution control
  • Fume removal
  • Chemical processes