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Service Facility for Asia Pacific Customers

Owing to the success of their move into China and the establishment of the factory in Shenzhen, Halifax Fan is strongly developing their service capabilities and associate material stocks to offer a comprehensive fan service facility to the Asia Pacific market. This in turn has required a strong investment to be made in the requisite tools and equipment necessary to facilitate thorough on-site servicing of fans.

Sophisticated tools like laser alignment and trim balancing equipment are necessary to meet the rising demands of customers for fan retrofits and rapid servicing of fans without uninstalling them and thus minimising production downtime. Having built a reputation as a global force in fan technology, Halifax Fan is increasingly being asked to service fans of others manufacture in an effort to rectify potentially disastrous problems such as poor fan balance and vibration which adversely affects bearing life and can lead to catastrophic failure of the complete fan assembly and significant lost production.

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