Induced Draft Fans (ID Fans)

Induced Draft (ID) fan are used to create a vacuum or negative air pressure in a system or stack.

ID fans are used in systems such as steam boilers and thermal oil heaters to draw out and remove flue gases from combustion chambers, by creating a vacuum of negative air pressure. This is achieved by using a blower to to suck air through the combustion chamber and the rest of the system, before discharging the air and flue gas through a stack or chimney.

As a leading Induced draft fan manufacturer in India, MKS industrial Solutions is offering a wide range of ID Fans incorporating the latest technologies and high grade components.

Our fans are widely used by manufacturers of Boiler, Furnaces, Dust Collection and Ovens with their equipment. We also supply to the end users and offer our consultancy in selection of appropriate ID Fans.

Induced draft fan is normally located at the outlet between dust collector and chimney. The fan takes hot flue gases from the boiler through dust collector and delivers it to the chimney into the open atmosphere. ID fan creates negative pressure or suction to discharge the gases out after combustion from the furnace. Since ID fans can handle hot flue gases, they have more corrosion and erosion problems even when used with Electrostatic precipitators. The most common type of fans used as ID fans are the backward inclined blade centrifugal fans.