American Coolair Offers 54-inch NEF Fan for Poultry Farm Buildings

New fan is more energy efficient

Published Tuesday, April 3, 2012

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (April 3, 2012) — American Coolair has developed a 54-inch version of its NEF fan to meet large-volume ventilation needs in poultry farm buildings.

The American Coolair NEF54 produces up to 10 percent more airflow than the smaller versions of the NEF fan but remains extremely efficient pushing air more than 30 cubic feet per watt.

Constructed with galvanized steel, the NEF54 is durable and resistant to corrosion. The blade serves as the driven sheave, placing the belt load directly on the bearings and extending the life of those bearings, and therefore reducing maintenance costs.

The NEF54 can be shipped knocked-down to save freight costs, making it ideal for export to foreign customers.

Founded in 1928, American Coolair Corporation is a manufacturer of ventilation and evaporative cooling systems for the poultry, swine, dairy, greenhouse and golf industries. For more information, call 904-389-3646, write P.O. Box 2300, Jacksonville, FL 32203, or e-mail: