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Halifax Fan in The Manufacturer Magazine

Post-investment problems

One West Yorkshire-based manufacturer that has invested in preparing to supply the UK nuclear industry is Halifax Fan, a company that has expanded to China and has established a sales office in Bangkok.

Halifax Fan in the Financial Times

Successful strategies for survival
By Virginia Marsh

Published: June 6 2011 17:38 | Last updated: June 6 2011 17:38

Hazardex magazine publish ATEX article by our technical director Charles Halstead

Design Criteria for Dust Ignition Fans

Halifax group technical director Charles Halstead has always been at the fore front of design excellence where Hazardous area fans have been concerned. Halifax Fan has been on the board of ATEX industry experts for many years now,

Oakland glass article in H.E.S magazine

"Fans aren’t something we buy every day and I’m not that conversant with the fan market so I didn’t really know Halifax Fan” said Jim "Their service was exceptional. They were here on site within hours of my phone call,

discussed the application, measured up what was left of the old fan and provided a competitive quotation.”

New manufacturing practices speed fan deliveries for Thai gas-turbine project

Halifax Fan Ltd, with its long experi ence of serving the requirements of the power generation industry, has recently supplied a batch of 12 fans from their new Flexible Bespoke range

Halifax Fan Thailand

Halifax Fan’s consultancy-led sales service wins friends in SE Asia.

Since Halifax responded to customer needs in SE Asia by opening a new sales and service office in Bangkok, in association with ATa Services, the company’s reputation, and along with it the order-book, has benefited enormously.

Halifax Fan employs new apprentice.

As part of our ongoing improvement policy Halifax have newly appointed a trainee sheet-metal worker onto our company apprentice scheme.

Inverter Speed Control of Fans Could Save the Planet

While many of the low-cost energy-saving measures being implemented today are the equivalent of rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic, vast amounts of energy are being wasted across the planet by the simple expedient of over-sizing industrial and HVAC fans,

Halifax Fans aids Dounreay decommissioning

Because of the radiation hazard, decommissioning of any nuclear facility takes a great deal longer than building it in the first place. Consequently, decommissioning of the Dounreay fast reactor research site is scheduled to last until 2025.

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  • Halifax Fan Trebles USA Factory Turnover in Year Two

    The heavy engineering capacity of the new plant in Akron, Ohio, has enabled Halifax to produce custom designed fans from 9ins to 140ins diameter and subsequently, turnover in the USA has nearly trebled over the last 12 months. Manufacturing in North America has also won them a number of new customers in Canada, a market previously difficult to service.

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  • Out with the old and in with the new for Outokumpu Stainless Ltd

    Outokumpu were keen to develop current technologies that would improve value in service and were not just looking a like-for-like replacement for an excessively worn impeller. They wanted to have a fan with the improved ability to resist the dust, giving the benefit of improved reliability, performance and reduced costs. Read more ...  

  • Halifax Fan are recruiting in the UK, USA and Asia (China)

    In the UK, we are looking for temporary and permanent Fitters, Fabricators, Laser Operators ideally with rotating assembly experience. We are also looking for Engineers/Draughtspeople and a Parts Nesting Programmer (for laser).

    In China, we are looking to grow our Sales and Engineering Teams with experienced staff.

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