. Click the Play button above to watch our "Manufacturing Marvels" video.

Moore Fans has been an industry leader in the development of high efficiency axial flow fans since 1940. Since its introduction, the Class 10000 fan has proven itself under the harshest conditions throughout the world.Class 10000 fans are designed for use in air-cooled heat exchangers, cooling towers, and other industrial air moving applications.

The Class 10000 MAG (Mininum Acoustic Geometry) is our newest addition to the Class 10000 line of fans. It features 5052 high grade marine alloy aluminum, flush rivets, spot welds, and high density foam filling. Performance and Sound Power levels are comparable to the lowest noise axial fans currently on the market. Available diameters are 5,5.5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13, and 14 ft.

The Class 10000 HD (Heavy Duty) fan is designed for the engine drive applications for both left and right hand rotation. Electric motor drive applications are available for diameters from 3 ft. (0.91 m) to 24 ft. (7.31 m).

The Class 10000 SD (Standard Duty) fan is a high efficiency axial flow fan designed for electric motor drive applications of diameters from four ft.(1.22 m) to six ft (1.84 m).

The Class 10000 Automatic featuring variable pitch blades with diameters from four ft. (1.22 m) to 16 ft. (4.87 m).

The Class 1000 is available in fan diameters of 24, 30, 32, 36, 42, 48, 54, and 60 inches. These fans are designed for both electric and engine drive applications as well as left and right hand operation.

The AirBrake™ is our anti-windmilling device that features over 280 lb.ft (370 Nm) of holding torque and a temperature range of -40° F to 212° F (-40° C to 100° C).

CAD models are now available under 'Engineering Papers'. A user name and password are required to access the form. Click here to request a username and password, or click on feedback under 'Contact Moore'.

Do you know? . . . . How to recognize a high efficiency fan? ... Why Moore fans have two hubs? ... How do the methods for modulating airflow compare? ... How to select a low noise fan? ... What are the advantages of pivoted "helicopter" blades? For these answers and more, see Engineering Papers.