Maradyne High Performance Fans, a manufacturer of cooling fans and heaters, has created a Facebook page and YouTube channel to highlight a series of educational videos for end users and enthusiasts.
Available at and, the videos cover a wide range of topics, including the advantages of purchasing an electric fan over an engine-driven fan; the benefits of a straight blade fan in high performance applications; and the myths behind cubic feet per minute (CFM) numbers.  
Maradyne also demonstrates a step-by-step installation of their popular Mach Two Dual 11-inch Fan on a 1960 Chevrolet Parkwood Station Wagon.  The straight-blade puller fan uses two 225-watt motors and wide paddle blades for maximum airflow of 2,760 cubic feet per minute (CFM) with a 22.0 amp draw. 
The Facebook page also features new product information, race team activities, company events, photos and trade show updates.  Enthusiasts can also share pictures of their Maradyne-equipped vehicles on the site. 
Maradyne manufactures a complete line of cooling fans for hot rods, muscle cars, off-road vehicles, dragsters and Nationwide and Cup Series race cars.  For more information, visit

About Maradyne
      Maradyne High Performance Fans is a brand owned by DCM Manufacturing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dreison International Inc. which manufactures and sells air movement and air directional accessories and components serving the high performance, off-road equipment, agricultural machinery, heavy duty truck, automotive, bus, RV, marine and military markets.
For more information and dimensional drawings, contact Maradyne High Performance Fans at 800.403.7953; fax 216.362.6342; write to 4540 W. 160th St. Cleveland, OH 44135; or visit