Ventry Fans are often chosen over conventional fans mainly because of their all-terrain legs, high CFM, low weight, and small size. These unique features, among numerous other benefits, make them excellent for firefighting, brush / stump burning, and hot air balloon inflation.
Ventry Fans have dual-blade propellers that are engineered specifically for each fan motor. This efficiency creates high CFM while reducing noise and carbon monoxide (CO).
Ventry propellers are safe. The unique Kevlar-fiberglass-wood composition of Ventry propellers make them durable and accepting of a tremendous amount of use and abuse. They are also designed for controlled disintegration, when safety warrants, without the release of high energy projectiles.
To demonstrate this crucial point, Ventry Soutions, Inc., the manufacture of Ventry Fans, made a video of their CEO & Mechanical Engineer (whom designed the fans and their propellers) standing in the debris path while a Ventry Fan is impaled with a pike pole, with running at full RPM. Click here to watch the video.
The advanced curvature of the prop - forward sweeping tips - makes for a tighter, more uniform air cone. This high-quality, consistent air cone helps with aiming and allows the fan to be placed farther away from the target. The narrow air cone pushes air directly at the target, instead of around in a wide circle.Type your paragraph here.
Ventry Fan Model 20GX160
with LED Top Safety Light
and Medium Flat-Free Wheels & Skids
All Ventry Fans have heavily reinforced, fail-safe, free-flowing guards instead of solid shrouds because they increase CFM while decreasing noise.
In order to push a lot of air, a propeller ha to have a lot of air reach it. Supplying more air to the propeller simply results in mroe air pushed by the propeller. Efficient propellers on Ventry Fans pull air from beside and behind, before pushing it out the front. Solid shrouds would block a lot of the air reaching the propeller and essentially starving it of air and dramatically increasing the noise. Watch this being demonstrated in a short video here.