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Industrial Centrifugal Ventilators

By Author: Susan Terlitski
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Canada Blower Co. application experience with fans and blowers consists of industrial blowers, systems for corrosive environments, and high pressure blowers for a wide range of clients, with such equipment classification as:

1) Industrial Blowers – Canada Blower is the source for nyb industrial blowers from industry's most trusted manufacturers, and assits in selecting the industrial blower for any application needs.

2) High Pressure Blowers – expertise in selecting high pressure blowers for the most demanding industrial process applications.

3) Plastic Fans – When factors such as high humidity and aggressive chemicals are a concern, Canada Blower Co. will work to select the materials of construction to perform best in a corrosive environment.

4) High Temperature Fans – Where high heat processes require nyb fans suitable for ovens or comnustion kilns.

Canada Blower Co. has considerable experience with air moving applications. Fans are the "heart" of all ventilation systems, and essential for all industrial processes that require air flow. Canada Blower Co. application experience with nyb fans and blowers is pivotal to the success of a complete air handling package and includes:

- Cast aluminum pressure blowers, axial and vaneaxial fans, industrial exhausters, nyb roof ventilators, centrifugal fans and marine duty fans for a host of air moving requirements;
- Building ventilation systems including nyb wall panel fans and rooftop exhausters;
- Engineered fans and blowers for abrasive, high temperature, material handling and paper trim "chopper" applications;
- Corrosion resistant fans constructed of FRP, PVC, SS, polypropylene, and Kynar materials;
- Multistage centrifugal pressure blowers, positive displacement rotary lobeand regenerative blowers for nyb conveying systems;
- OEMs ventilators where catalogued fans are modified to fit into a client's product ;

Centrifugal fans employ the use of a rotating impeller to increase the speed of an nyb air stream. The centrifugal speed increases as the air stream reaches the ends of the fan blades and is then converted to pressure. These fans are able to produce high pressures, making them suitable for harsh operating conditions, such as:

* Systems with high temperatures
* Moist or dirty air streams
* Material handling/conveying

Centrifugal fans are categorized by their wheel / blade shapes. These would include:

- Forwardly curved
- Backwardly Inclined
- Backwardly curved
- Airfoil
- Radial
- Radial Tip
- Single or double width wheels

For additional information please refer to http://canadablower.com

Susan Terlitski
Building Ventilation Designer
Canada Blower Co.
canadablower@canadablower.com
http://canadablower.com/ahu/index.html
http://canadablower.com/hvac/index.html

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