Circulating Fans

Blast Fan

Powerful + Effective + Efficient

Product Overview

The VES-Artex Blast fan is one of the most powerful and efficient fans available today. The venturi-shaped intake was designed to channel as much air as possible into the fan. The galvanized blade assembly utilizes all of the intake air and drives it through the balanced exhaust opening. The blast fans are available with belt and direct drive motors. The housing is constructed from fiberglass which makes each fan durable, reasonably lightweight, and easy to clean. There are two installation methods for the blast fans. The first is the beam mount which is shown in the image to the right. This mounting method is commonly used in freestall applications, along the feedlane, and in milking parlors. The second mounting method is chain suspension which is utilized when a beam is not available.

Model-specific data sheets are posted below


Blast Fan Models

36″ GenV Direct Drive
50″ & 72″ Belt Drive
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36″ GenV Direct Drive

When designing the 36″ Blast fan, we used advanced simulations to predict the perfect housing shape in order to bring in the maximum air volume AND to consistently redistribute it at a high velocity. The GenV housing shape makes this one of the most powerful 36″ fans on the market today.


50″ & 72″ Belt Drive

These models are ideal for animal cooling or in environments needing high corrosion resistance such as dairy, swine, and poultry facilities. These Blast fans are also a great option for warehouses, loading docks, and factories.

Blast fans provide a blast of air right where your herd and staff need it. They also work in tandem with high pressure fogging and misting kits to cool the air in a specific area.

Blast Fan
  • Available Options

  • Belt Drive Sizes: 50″ & 72″

    Direct Drive Size: 36″

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