Deep Penetration Gas Freeing Fan Introduced By Dasic

Dasic International has introduced a completely new, portable, deep penetration/extraction water driven gas freeing fan. Designed and developed by Dasic International at their works at Romsey, Hampshire, U.K., the Jetfan 125 has been tried and tested by four of the leading oil companies.

Considerable basic research into rotor/stator design has resulted in a high performance, dual purpose, compact unit. Designed for ease of conversion from deep penetration to extraction, the water driven Jetfan 125 weighs only 95 pounds and is truly portable.

Standing only 26-inches high by 19-inches wide, it can be installed, moved, and operated by just one man using the simple, functional, fan trolley. The air displacement from the deep penetration unit at 150 psi is approximately 12,500 cubic tons per hour. Conversion to extraction unit takes one man only 10 minutes.

The unit is designed to fit a standard 121/2-inch-diameter stud bolt deck opening, but by using coaming adaptor sets the unit can be fitted to any type of deck opening.

The robust construction and simple design of the Jetfan 125 ensures it is virtually maintenance free, all unit parts being non-corrodible bronze, stainless steel or epoxide coated aluminum alloy.

For additional information, write to Robert Auguston, Dasic International Corp., 1035 Southeast Ninth Street, Portland, Ore.


Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 32,  Aug 1977

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