Howden has been at the forefront of cooling fan technology for over 50 years and continues to innovate. Our fans lead the way in high efficiency and low noise operation.
Our range of cooling fans consists of the D, E, SX and FPX series and are used as part of wet, dry and hybrid cooling systems. They serve a diverse set of sectors from the energy industry in oil & gas facilities and power plants through to light industrial manufacturing plants, datacentres and commercial buildings.
The range offers fans with a low pressure drop of up to 250 Pa and high air flow volume of up to 3000 m3/s. Fans can operate within a standard temperature range of -20 up to 85⁰C and where required can be specially engineered to withstand -60 up to 135⁰C.
Each fan model brings unique benefits to end-users and engineers who are seeking the best in long term performance as well as compact and flexible design solutions.
Our fans are backed up by a comprehensive aftermarket capability to ensure performance is maximised throughout the life of each operation.
The D-series has been developed and proven to be the best combination of performance, reliability and price for operation in air-cooled condensers and cooling towers.
The E-series is the choice for heavy duty situations in vertical or horizontal mounting configurations for a wide range of applications.
The SX-series is the preferred solution for applications with stringent noise requirements and capable of reducing noise by up to 20 dB(A) compared with standard cooling fans.
The FPX-series uses fixed-pitch blades, manufactured as a single impeller unit that offers very easy assembly and minimal maintenance, combined with ultra-low noise design.
Howden fans are used in forced and induced draft air cooled condensers (ACCs)
Used in power plants as well as industrial facilities as part of HVAC-R systems
Howden fans are used in field erected and packaged cooling towers (CTs) – counter, cross flow and fan assisted natural draft
Used in industries such as power plants, refineries, oil & gas, chemicals and HVAC-R systems.
Howden fans are used in forced and induced draft air-cooled heat exchangers (ACHEs)
Used in refineries, petro-chemical plants, gas treating plants, compressor stations, power plants, and other facilities
Also used as radiator coolers for gas engines
Howden fans are used in ventilation systems
Used in multiple industries from heavy to light as part of HVAC systems
Howden fans are used in the CO2 Capture processes
Used in multiple industries to draw ambient air through recirculating fluid or solid sorbent which traps CO2
Access our Cooling Fan troubleshooting guide and find out about the ways that we can optimise your cooling solution. Our specialist service teams can maximise the life of your fans.
The most cost effective way to extend fan life, our fan blade refurbishments will help return your fans to their peak performance.
We have invested in creating state of the art facilities that have allowed us to achieve previously unreqachable levels of quietness.
Our engineers are able to analyse and assess your cooling system and provide detailed adice on portential improvements.
The oil and gas industry is a core market for our cooling fans with over 50,000 fan installations globally. Fans from our D, E and SX series are used mainly within air-cooled heat exchangers (ACHE) and cooling towers.
We have a series of published webinars that will allow you to learn more about our world leading cooling fans. Our experts will take you through key topics relating to our solutions.