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Blower Vibration   By: Oleg Tchetchel
Forces that are not constant in amplitude or direction over time can cause solids to move repetitiously. We call this vibration. The similar motion imparted to the air is called sound. These phenomena are somewhat interchangeable since sound can cause vibration and vibration can cause sound. One difference is that sound is only dealt with when it is audible while vibration must be addressed even when it is outside the range of human perception. All fans must generate some vibration. They continuously rotate and, since nothing is perfect, cyclic forces must be generated. It's only when vibration reaches a certain amplitude that we call it “bad.” Vibration may just be an indicator of some problem with a mechanism, or it may be a cause of other problems. High vibration can break down lubricants in the bearings and, in addition, may cause metal fatigue in the bearings. Excessive vibration can cause fasteners to loosen or can cause fatigue failure of structurally loaded components. Finally, vibration can transmit into adjacent areas and interfere with precision processes, or create an annoyance for people.(read entire article)
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Category : Education

Channel High Pressure Blower   By: Oleg Tchetchel
Side Channel Blowers are available with cast aluminum casing enclosing cast aluminum rotors. NPT threaded flange connection 1”, 1.5”, 2”, 2.5”, 3” and 4”, as well as metric threaded flange of type G are standard. Shaft sealing is provided by C-flange motor mount, or by sealed bearings.(read entire article)
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Category : General

Combustion Fan Blower   By: Oleg Tchetchel
Blower in any combustion process will supply just enough air to completely burn all the fuel, and no more. This will help keep heated, but unused, air from going up the stack. Actually, this idea is approachable with gas burners but impractical with wood- or coal-fired combustion. Thus, nearly all air volume requirements for combustion processes are calculated to include some margin of excess air. Insufficient air volume will result in wasted fuel and excessive particulate along with potentially explosive gases in the exhaust system. From this viewpoint it is better to include excess air volume.(read entire article)
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Category : Technology, Gadget and Science

Commercial And Industrial Ventilators   By: Oleg Tchetchel
Industrial Pressure Blower Co. makes fans for every type of commercial structure including airports, arenas, stadiums, distribution centers, malls, offices, and retail. Industrial Pressure Blower Co. also offer smoke and heat exhaust fans that are UL listed for Smoke Control Systems and a full line of kitchen fans that are UL 762 listed for the exhaust of grease-laden air. Industrial Pressure Blower Co. engineers design, test, and manufacture fans for all types of buildings, including condos, custom homes, offices, malls, airports, arenas, and stadiums. We are able to meet your most precise requirements for a variety of HVAC equipment, including all types of custom, package air handlers and roof top units.(read entire article)
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Category : General

Commercial Industrial Ventilators   By: Oleg Tchetchel
Industrial Pressure Blower Co. has been providing a full line of fans for the commercial construction industry for over 25 years. With its unsurpassed product line and flexibility, we are able to provide fans for every type of commercial structure including airports, arenas, stadiums, distribution centers, malls, offices, and retail. Industrial Pressure Blower Co. also offer smoke and heat exhaust fans that are UL listed for Smoke Control Systems and a full line of kitchen fans that are UL 762 listed for the exhaust of grease-laden air. Buffalo Blower engineers design, test, and manufacture fans for all types of buildings, including condos, custom homes, offices, malls, airports, arenas, and stadiums.(read entire article)
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Category : Real Estate and Foreclosure

Commercial Ventilating Fans And Power Ventilators   By: Oleg Tchetchel
Each building has some type of ventilators to vent hot or contaminated air from the structure. As a rule, this equipment is inadequate for anything more than safeguarding the health of the occupants. In some cases, it does an inadequate job of this. To do a satisfactory job of eliminating excessively hot air, it is usually essential to have powered wall and/or roof exhausters. These fans should also help to control air pressure within the building whether it be negative or positive pressure. The most effective way to incorporate wall or roof exhausters into a system will be discussed below.(read entire article)
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Category : Service

Commercial Versus Industrial Fans   By: Oleg Tchetchel
The difference between the commercial and industrial duty fans construction is the following: Industrial equipment is specifically designed and built to stand up to the rigors of an industrial application. The differences are concrete and easy to spot...if you know what to look for. Industrial Pressure Blower Co. designs and builds equipment strictly for industrial applications and has been doing it that way for over 100 years. Industrial fans and blowers are constructed of heavier duty materials and with higher quality components than their commercial counterparts. When properly applied, industrial equipment can withstand vibration, high and low temperatures, fumes and corrosive gases, materials in the airstream, and many other situations in an industrial environment.(read entire article)
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Category : Business

Dust Collectors Fans   By: Oleg Tchetchel
Fans are an essential part of every dust collection system and are used to assist in controlling and conveying dust for numerous applications. Whether you are capturing welding smoke or sawdust - Industrial Pressure Blower Co. manufactures a variety of fan types for dust collectors. Industrial Pressure Blower Co. offer backward inclined fans for use on the clean side of a filter, radial bladed fans for cyclone applications, and an extensive line of top mounted and side mounted units. A HEPA filter is a specific filter defined by the United States Department of Energy. Commonly used in clean rooms for the biomedical, pharmaceutical, and electronic microcircuitry industries, these filters are designed to ensure very high standards of air quality and prevent contamination.(read entire article)
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Category : General

Energy Recovery Fan   By: Oleg Tchetchel
Combining outdoor air and exhaust air ventilation functions into a single unit help drive an important practice in good HVAC design-building ventilation balance. In layman's terms: What goes in must come out. Traditionally, the outdoor air needs and the exhaust air needs were calculated in separate thought processes. The designer would specify the minimum outdoor air and exhaust air volumes required by code, but would stop short of comparing the totals to check the ventilation balance. Frequently, this led to over pressurized buildings where doorways were transformed into wind tunnels. In some cases, buildings became negatively pressurized and infiltration made indoor climate control difficult.(read entire article)
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Category : Business

Fan For Chemical Laboratories   By: Oleg Tchetchel
Custom chemical applications requires quality fans designed for durability, ease of maintenance and dependability. Some of the areas where fans are used include forced draft fans and induced draft fans. Industrial Pressure Blower Co. has extensive experience providing air movement solutions involving all areas of petrochemical processing, and has worked with numerous companies throughout the United States and worldwide, serving more than 60 petrochemical facilities and counting.(read entire article)
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Category : Technology, Gadget and Science

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