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One of the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of industrial Axial Fans

We offer a comprehensive range of axial fan solutions to meet all your air movement and ventilation requirements. Whether you need efficient cooling, reliable exhaust, or precise airflow control, our axial fans are engineered to deliver outstanding performance, durability, and energy efficiency. With a variety of fan sizes, materials, and blade configurations available, you can trust RHF Fans to provide the perfect axial fan solution tailored to your specific needs. Join countless satisfied customers who rely on RHF Fans for exceptional quality and unmatched expertise in the world of axial fans.

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Impeller Materials for Every Temperature Range

We recognise that different environments demand specific impeller materials capable of withstanding varying temperature ranges. At RHF Fans, we provide an array of material options to cater to diverse industrial needs. Here are the impeller materials available in our product lineup:


Maximum Temperature is 240ºC


Glass Reinforced Polypropylene – Maximum Temperature is 90ºC


Glass Reinforced Polyamide – Maximum Temperature is 110ºC


Glass Reinforced Polyamide, Industrial quality – Maximum Temperature is 110ºC


Anti Static Glass Reinforced Polyamide – Maximum Temperature is 110ºC.

Carbon Steel

Normal & High tensile – Maximum Temperature is 450ºC

Stainless Steel

304 / 316 / 321 – Maximum Temperature is up to 750ºC

Frequently asked questions about Axial Fans

What is an Axial Fan?

An axial fan is a type of fan that moves air in a direction parallel to the axis of its rotating blades. It is designed to provide high airflow rates at relatively low pressures. Axial fans are commonly used for applications that require efficient cooling or ventilation, such as in electronics, cooling towers, and air conditioning systems.

What is the difference between Axial Fan and Centrifugal Fan?

The main difference between axial fans and centrifugal fans lies in the direction of airflow and the pressure generation. Axial fans move air parallel to the fan’s axis, providing high airflow rates at lower pressures, while centrifugal fans move air perpendicular to the fan’s axis, generating higher pressures. Axial fans are suitable for applications requiring large volume air movement, while centrifugal fans excel in overcoming resistance and delivering air to distant areas. The choice between the two depends on specific requirements, space limitations, and the desired balance between airflow and pressure.

Are Axial Fans noisy?

Axial fans’ noise levels can vary depending on factors like design, speed, and materials. Generally, they tend to be quieter than some other fan types due to their airflow direction. However, noise levels can still be influenced by factors like motor quality and blade design. RHF Axial Fans prioritise quiet and efficient operation, offering a range of options to meet your specific noise requirements, making them suitable for various applications where noise reduction is essential.

How are Axial Fans used?

Axial fans are used to provide airflow in a straight-line direction, making them ideal for various applications such as cooling electronic equipment, ventilating confined spaces, and maintaining airflow in HVAC systems. Their design allows for efficient and consistent air movement, making them a versatile choice for industries like manufacturing, HVAC, and electronics.

What is the advantage of an Axial Fan?

The main advantage of an axial fan is its ability to provide efficient and consistent airflow in a straight-line direction. This makes axial fans ideal for applications where maintaining airflow or cooling electronic components is crucial. They are energy-efficient and cost-effective, making them a popular choice in various industries, including manufacturing and HVAC.

We understand that each industry and application has unique requirements

That’s why we offer personalised solutions tailored to your specific needs. Our team of experts will work closely with you to understand your airflow demands, space limitations, and environmental factors to recommend the most suitable axial fan solution. With our vast experience and technical know-how, we can assist you in selecting the right impeller material and design that will optimise airflow, energy consumption, and overall system performance.
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The integratedAIR group has worked closely with RHF Fans for over 20 years; as our number one supplier of centrifugal and Axial flow fans, many of their products have been incorporated into the design of our Air Extraction and Conveyance Systems.

Their extensive range of high-quality fans helps us to design and build a variety of systems for the benefit of our global client base, whether it be for trim and scrap extraction, heat recovery, dust control, mist elimination, or ventilation systems.

We look forward to continuing our relationship with RHF Fans as their company develops and supports the growth of our business on both a national and global platform

Managing Director integratedAIR
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Dust Control Environmental Ltd (DCE) have held an excellent working relationship with RHF since the inauguration of DCE as one of our key suppliers.

Efficiency and punctuality are hallmarks of their Sales Team and Customer Service. They have maintained a high standard throughout our 14 years of trading.

Here at DCE we consider them to be one of the leading providers not only in high quality equipment and spares, but also ongoing support with customers and service.

Managing Director Dust Control Environmental
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