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Thread: centrifugal fan or mixed flow fan?

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    Default centrifugal fan or mixed flow fan?

    What's better, what's the difference?

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    Are you talking about Mixvent fans?

    I have a S&P 4" TD-100X Mixvent fan and it is quieter than my 4" vortex, but the vortex moves a lot more air.

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    Thanks Dis! You answered what I wanted to know.

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    Default Mixed flow fan

    If your going to buy a mixed flow fan, go for the best one available.
    The Max-Fan is able to move air much more efficiently by straightening out the air as it exits the fan so it is able to reduce noise as well as keep up your CFM while put under a load. Not only will it out power a centrifugal fan while working through a resistance but it will do it using half the energy as well.

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    Centrifugal fans are, in general, more efficient than mixed flow fans.

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    i have to agree with the Can-Fan boys, the Max-Fan by CF is the best Mixed-Flow fan on the market. they've out performed every other fan i've ever put them up against.

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    Not only will it out power a centrifugal fan while working through a resistance but it will do it using half the energy as well.

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    they've out performed every other fan i've ever put them up against.

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    I have a S&P 4" TD-100X Mixvent fan and it is quieter than my 4" vortex, but the vortex moves a lot more air.

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    What's better, what's the difference?

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