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Blog posts tagged with 'poultry fans'

Electric motor burn out, Part 2
Electric motor burn out, Part 2

Overheating is the leading cause of electric motor failure.

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Electric motor burn out, Part 1
Electric motor burn out, Part 1

What happens when an electric motor burns out?

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Get your fans ready for summer
Get your fans ready for summer
Basic preseason fan maintenance
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Stir fans...know what you're buying.
Stir fans...know what you're buying.

Learn how to interpret performance figures for circulation and stir fans.

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Is changing fan pulleys a cost-effective shortcut to boost fan output?
Is changing fan pulleys a cost-effective shortcut to boost fan output?

Look at all the factors before deciding to replace the pulleys on existing fans to increase wind speed. 

By Tyler Marion, Hog Slat Engineering Group

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Troubleshooting tunnel ventilation systems
Troubleshooting tunnel ventilation systems

Follow this step-by-step guide to diagnose and fix an underperforming ventilation system.

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Winter Ventilation for Homestead Production
Winter Ventilation for Homestead Production

As the weather cools, regulating the environment inside livestock and poultry buildings becomes more difficult with manually operated vent doors. Adding a small ventilation fan(s) simplifies the task of maintaining a healthy environment for the animals. 

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