Benefits and features of our axial fans for data centers:


Energy Cost


EC PM motor
with IP55 corrosion


Equip your data center with a Multi-Wing fan solution to meet IT industry-wide specifications of the future: high energy efficiency, low noise levels, and a durable solution.

The IT sector is one of the world's fastest growing industries, with no end to its growth in sight. Every data center requires ample ventilation to operate reliably and without fault. Cooling failure can lead to damage, system failure, or even data loss, which are among the worst things that can happen in the IT industry. Meaning, all fan components required for the cooling of data centers must be completely reliable and failure-proof.

We differentiate ourselves across three parameters

Noise level

One of the most important features the market is currently looking for is low noise, it is a top priority as Data Cents are gaining proximity to residential areas. Noise levels are driven by airflow, which come down to the impeller design. With more than 60 years of experience with aerodynamics, we offer the most optimal blade design for your solution

Energy efficiency

It is important to keep power consumption and energy costs at its lowest, as fans have 24/7/365 uptime – save electricity expenses and the planet with more efficient cooling. With an optimized impeller design, that pushes air with ease at low effort, you are looking at lower power consumption, resulting better efficiency


The environment in data centers can get hot and humid, proving to be a harsh climate for fans.

Multi-Wing's fan solutions use an EC PM motor, and have an IP55 corrosion resistance compared to industry benchmarks at IP54 – making us the most durable solution

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