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Why do Good Industrial Fans Use Tenon-and-mortise Structure?
Date: 5.9.2020     Author: Vanse
At present,the industrial fan connection methods on the market are roughly divided into two types.The first is the rigid connection of the screw,and the second is the connection of the tenon and mortise structure,and the screw is used as an auxiliary.Below I will analyze the differences between the two.

Hard connection,directly using the strong fastening of screws to hard connect the parts of the industrial fan,it is very likely to cause deformation of the parts,so that the installation accuracy of the industrial fan can be satisfied,and it is very easy to cause the generation of internal stress in the installation,leaving the industrial fan more difficult.big failure hazard.Fundamentally speaking,frequent failures will lead to a reduction in the service life of industrial fans,and will lead to casualties or loss of business costs.

The tenon-and-mortise structure refers to a concave-convex connection used on two components.This structure is not based on the strength of the individual,but is combined with each other and supports each other,so that the industrial fan can withstand huge operating forces during operation.,to ensure its safety.And the screw is used as an auxiliary,which ensures the safety of the fan when it is running.Moreover,the tenon-and-mortise structure is a unique craft creation of the Chinese nation,which is highly sought after by world widely.
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