How to fix your OMI-3 fan
As the OMI3 cooling fan keeps getting smaller and smaller, some owners are beginning to notice that the unit is getting slower to respond and less efficient at its job.
Now, the manufacturer says it’s working on a solution that should improve the fan’s responsiveness.
The cooling fan is made up of two components: an impeller, and a bearing.
In this video, the bearing moves air to cool the fan, and the impeller pushes air to the front of the unit.
The OMI cooling fan has two different designs: The traditional design has two blades, and one rotates the impellers side to side.
The second design, which is called a fan shroud, has three blades and rotates in opposite directions.
The new OMI2 design has just one blade and rotors side to sides.
The OMI fans are designed to rotate in opposite direction, which allows them to be used for cooling two different types of fan: air cooling and fans that use a mechanical push-pull mechanism.
The company said it developed the new design by integrating a “proprietary hydraulic actuator and cooling actuator” into the fan shroud.
That actuator pushes air through the impelling unit, and when that air gets through the air intake, it gets pushed back to the impellor, which then pushes air back through the fan.
The company said that the new actuator works by rotating in both directions, so that the impeling unit will rotate in either direction and keep pushing air into the impecer.
The idea behind the new cooling design is to keep the impellers rotating, but to keep them rotating at the same rate, rather than at the speed of the fan itself.
The new design will also work better for the larger fan, which can be used with smaller cooling fans.
As the company points out, the Omi cooling fans can be a bit noisy and slow, but the company says the OMS2 design should improve that issue.