mCVT Cooling Fan

for Air-Cooled Exchangers

With the challenges in the market today to reduce costs, improve system efficiencies and reduce emissions and noise, the mCVT cooling fan drive is a smart decision.

When using a standard fixed speed fan drive, the air-cooled heat exchanger system is typically significantly oversized because they are designed for worst case scenarios. By introducing a mCVT fan drive in your system you are able to optimize the system design to continually adjust cooling at all ambient temperatures. Adding our mechanical CVT allows your installation to use much less energy by continuously adjusting fan speed based on ambient conditions. In addition to lower energy use, you also get lower noise and lower CO2 emissions to make your install ecologically friendly. 

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Simple Installation

to Save Money and Reduce Noise!

The mCVT drive offers easy solutions for installation of both existing and new applications.  Typical ROI under 12 months with reduced noise and immediate CO2 savings.

To have an ROI study run for your application, contact our partner Moore Fans:

Better Efficiency

Less Power Required

By being able to continuously and precisely match cooling requirements to working conditions, new and retrofit installations can be managed with significantly lower average fan speeds, therefore minimizing parasitic losses.  Using fans at lower rpm allows for greater cost and fuel savings in your ROI calculation.

Lower rpm = Lower Noise

By running the fan at lower rpm, noise levels are significantly reduced. This is especially useful for installations in high density populations and older facilities trying to meet new noise and CO2 requirements. Our mCVT is the solution to meet ecological standards.

Easy Setup and Maintenance

Our mechanical, autonomous and integrated CVT unit is very easy to setup and requires no maintenance:

  • No seasonal blades repitching / adjustments
  • No freezing issues
  • No mCVT maintenance ever!
  • Less unit downtime for maintenance
  • Less power required by the fan meaning more engine power to the compressor resulting in more gas pumped.

Overall, less CO2, fuel and noise!