We are pleased to announce the introduction of our new industrial fan selection tool available now on our website.

Once you have identified your fan, you have the option to view the fan in more detail. It enables you to view and interact with the performance curve and look at the details such as noise, material & motor specifications.  Finally the fan select also provides you with immediate access to useful resources such as 2D/3D drawings, data sheets and user manuals.

What’s more, the whole web experience has also been enhanced by the introduction of a live chat service, giving visitors immediate access to one of ACI’s knowledgeable and experienced Sales Engineers.

Paul Tuffin, ACI’s Managing Director explains “The combination of introducing the Fan Selection Software and providing a live chat service really marks the beginning of a new and exciting chapter for ACI. We are a problem solving company, and offering these services to existing customers and new prospects reinforces our position in the air movement industry as an innovative leader.“

Ordering a fan from ACI has never been easier. This new tool will help you to quickly & easily identify the perfect fan for your requirements.

  • Instant search facility
  • Enhanced information
  • Easy to use
  • Saves you time
  • No software to download
Case Study: Evans & Pearce

“We supply bespoke crop ventilation systems all over the UK and Europe. In many cases, the customer’s needs vary according to crop, storage period, storage depth, duct size and type and local climate.  In 2015, we supplied growers with over 900 fans from the ACI range, for crop storage projects.

The availability of ACI’s online Fan Selector is going to be a real bonus for us.  When we are designing a grain store and discussing fan performance requirements with a potential customer, any assistance in getting the answer correct and quickly is important. Like ACI we are a problem-solving company and the addition of the Fan Selector underlines why they continue to be our only supplier for low and high volume fans.”