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Hi output fans for sale - useful for drying?

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I have left over 2 no 3 phase axial fans, 14kwh each.

 

They came out of one of our grain stores.

 

they still work fine and are capable of shifting a huge amount of air

 

they don't have much value for direct agriculture but for someone making a kiln they could be excellent for those looking to do it on a budget....

 

If you want any more information then shout.

 

TYIA

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1 hour ago, Will C said:

Never mind the fans, is that a Ford FW in the background? 😍

Tyres are to small in diameter and the axles to close together for an FW,     looks like a big telehandler maybe.

 

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6 hours ago, Alycidon said:

Tyres are to small in diameter and the axles to close together for an FW,     looks like a big telehandler maybe.

 

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I’m not sure those are small tyres, have you seen the staircase up the side?!...

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Well spotted!

 

Paddington is not for sale at the moment, he has been with us for 15 or so years, spend may happy days on him.

 

FW60, tweaked to give over 360 hp. Fantastic sounding exhaust note all though not appreciated when we used to work him through the night....

 

Back to fans - would dry logs in seconds I think!?

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@Woodwanter  well no - in a word , capillary action takes a long time to draw out the moisture from the wood, those fans will be good for woodchip drying, maybe a bit overkill on stacked timber- blow the bark off ! K

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