Axial Blower Ventilation Systems include 15 feet of ducting with a storage bag, saddle vent, a 90-degree elbow and a universal mount. This is designed with tough steel construction, a durable grill, and convenient carrying handle and rubber feet.
Axial expansion joints are designed for axial movement only, though in certain circumstances will accommodate a small lateral offset. These expansion joints do not restrain the internal pressure thrust. The piping designer must provide the system with separate anchoring and guiding to resist the pressure thrust. Where small thermal movements are involved and proper anchoring and guiding is feasible, a single expansion joint is the most economical installation.
Axial flow compressor is an improvement on the centrifugal compressor. The key improvement is that axial flow compressors work without radically changing the direction of gas flow. An axial flow compressor typically has a set of fixed inlet guide vanes to condition the incoming gas. There are then multiple compressor stages, each consisting of a set of rotating blades much like a propeller that force the gas to the rear and then a set of fixed stator blades that condition the air ready for the next compressor stage. The gas conditioning done by the stator blades is needed to ensure reasonable efficiency. Without the stator blades the gas would rotate with the rotor blades giving a bit drop in efficiency. Axial flow compressors are typically used in the compression stage of turbine engines.