History of Halifax Fan

Established in 1965 to serve local industry, Halifax Fan Limited now supplies most industries throughout the world from its manufacturing sites at Brighouse, Yorkshire and Shenzhen, China. Over 60% of production is exported.

Halifax Fan in Salterhebble Halifax An ongoing programme of investment ensures that Halifax Fan maintains its position as a leader in its field through the installation of sophisticated CAD/CAM systems and the most technologically advanced manufacturing equipment.

Halifax Fan also invests heavily in the training and development of its staff and a planned apprentice training scheme ensures not only a constant supply of highly skilled production staff but also a strong and very experienced engineering and management team. Many of today's senior personnel originally joined the company as apprentices or in other junior positions.

From the very beginning every one of Halifax Fan's products has been designed, developed and built in its factory and everything originates from the company's own designs. All prototype fans are tested and rated to BS848 Part 1 and proven designs are also regularly monitored through systematic audit testing and re-assessment to ensure compliance with our registration to BS EN ISO 9001 and current industry, national and international standards and legislation. All Halifax Fans carry the CE Mark.

Providing the very highest quality product and customer service has always been of prime importance and a key factor maintaining Halifax Fan's position at the forefront of fan technology.

Halifax Fan enjoys an excellent reputation world-wide and the company's extensive customer list represents a comprehensive range of market sectors and applications.

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