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Halifax Fan replace Matthews and Yates Nuclear fans

Halifax Fan – new for old nuclear spec. fans a speciality

Nuclear fusion is one of the most promising options for generating large amounts of carbon-free energy in the future. Fusion is the process that heats the Sun and all the other stars in the heavens, where atomic nuclei collide together and release vast amounts of energy.  At the Culham Science Centre in Oxfordshire, scientists and engineers are researching and developing fusion technology as the answer to our future energy needs.

Halifax Mercury design perfect for abrasive application on innovative powder mill

Time was, powder milling was an energy intensive process, involving traditional ball, hammer and impact mills and crushers.

Halifax Fan Axial and Plenum Fans

Axial and Plenum FansFurther extending their range of industrial fan products, Halifax Fan have now released their own range of Eco-Design EU327 / ISO12759 compliant Axial and Plenum fans.

Funding for new inventions

Brighouse-based industrial fans manufacturer Halifax Fan has secured funding from patent and trade mark attorneys, Appleyard Lees, for patent protection of its latest invention.

Halifax Fan commences manufacturing in the USA

Halifax Fan USAHalifax Fan has deservedly earned a global reputation for the quality, reliability and efficiency of its centrifugal fans. Group Managing Director Malcolm Staff headed the expansion into China in 2006, which saw rapid growth in the burgeoning local marketplace and earned it many loyal customers among American contractors and OEMs serving the S.E. Asian market.

Halifax Fan – An expanding force in China.

Industrial Fan in ChinaSince setting up in China in 2007, Halifax Fan have had to constantly expand their operation to meet demand for their products in the SE Asian market and now they have had to again expand their 4,000m2 factory by a further 20% to cope with customer demand.

UK Minister for Trade and Investment visits Halifax Fan

The Rt Hon Lord Maude and his party today visited our Chinese manufacturing and design facility  to see a success story of a British business in China, also to learn about the challenges and issues we face that may hinder growth. 

ATEX Fan Guide

Halifax Fan produce a wide range of fans to meet the ATEX directives. As a company who were instrumental in the creation of the ATEX directive with an installed base of thousands of ATEX fans, we have produced an ATEX fan guide poster for you to download.
ATEX Fan Guide

Every cloud has a green lining.

It’s a new take on an old saw but today, energy efficiency is driving R&D in many companies involved in high energy products. Centrifugal fans, along with pumps, almost all driven by electric motors, are responsible for around 50% of the world’s energy consumption and consequently have become the focus of efficiency regulations imposed by the EU. 

Passing of our founder David Scott

David ScottIt is with great sadness that we have to report the death at age 78 of our founder David Scott. David passed away peacefully with his family by his side and will be greatly missed by them, his colleagues and many in engineering circles in Yorkshire.

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  • FNA Show, Indiana October 8-10th

    Halifax Fan will be appearing at the FNA Show in Indiana October 8-10th.

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  • 40 Years, Man and Boy

    At Halifax Fan it is not unusual for employees to receive a 25 Year service recognition award, some have even received a 40-year service award.

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  • Halifax Fan beat international tariffs by building locally

    Industrial fans are by their very nature, heavy, voluminous and largely made of steel. This means that shipping costs, either to the OEMs, such as oven manufacturers, who will fit them to their machines or to end users like the steel industry, can add enormously to the quoted cost. Additionally, shipping globally can add substantially to the price because of international tariff barriers. Fans shipped into the USA for example, attract a 27% tariff. US built fans avoid this penalty completely.

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