Forced Draft Fans


Forced draft fans are used to cool down the temperature of petrochemical product in the tube bundles. The tube bundles sit on the top of the structure. The air flows from a circular cross-sectional area at the bottom part through the fan and pass to the rectangular cross-sectional at the top. These forced draft fans are assembled side by side and elevated at around 10 m above the ground.

 


 

Case Studies
Vibration measurement for Verification of 2 Units Cooler Fin Fan at Buthanol Plant, Optimal Chemicals, Paka, Terengganu, 2012 Read More>>>
An Investigation on 2 Units Cooler Fin Fan High Vibration Problem at Buthanol Plant, Optimal Chemicals, Paka, Terengganu, 2010 Read More>>>
An Investigation on Cooler Fin Fan High Vibration Problem at Buthanol Plant, Optimal Chemicals, Paka, Terengganu, 2009 Read More>>>
An Investigation of 3 units of Cooling Tower high vibration problem for VCM Plant, Kerteh Terengganu, 2008 Read More>>>
An Investigation on 4 units of Isomer Column Cooler Fin Fan High Vibration Problem at Buthanol Plant, Optimal Chemicals, Paka, 2007 Read More>>>
An Investigation on 4 units of Quench Water Cooler Fan Vibration Problem, 2005 Read More>>>
An Investigation of Structural High Vibration of ID Fan, 2004 Read More>>>
An Investigation of High Vibration Problem in Air Fin Coolers, 2003 Read More>>>
An Investigation on Air Fin Fan Blade Failure on ID Fan, 2000 Read More>>>
An Investigation of Structural Vibration around ID Fan Phase I & II, 1999 Read More>>>
An Investigation of Abnormal Noise Problem in Force Draft Fan Gearbox, 1999 Read More>>>