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Industrial High Pressure Blowers

PB, HPPB, CB, E, R, RE blowers : industrial pressure blowers and high pressure blowers supplied in cast aluminum, cast iron, or all-welded fan construction to prevent flexing at high pressure. Available in direct drive arrangements 4/4V/4H/7/8 and belt drive blower arrangements 1/9/10. Capacities: to 10,000 CFM. Single stage pressure blowers develop up to 4 psi static pressure. Two stage pressure blowers and multistage pressure blowers are for higher pressure.

Aluminum wheel, Steel wheel, or Alloy blower wheel: industrial pressure blower and high pressure blower wheels are of riveted, cast, or all welded construction. Flat wheel, tapered wheel, and dual tapered blower wheel design. Available with RBO radial self-cleaning blades; RTS radial tip blades; BI backward inclined blades, or BC backward curved non-overloading blower blades. Alloy fan wheels are available in SS 316L, SS 304, SS 204, monel, corten, FRP, and abrasion resistant construction. The blower pressure curve remains stable from wide open to closed off position without pulsation on all blower wheel designs.

Inlet flanges, outlet flanges, companion flanges: continuosly welded to match ANSI class 125/150, DIN, ISO, or custom hole pattern.

Shaft seals, low leakage, zero leakage, gas tight, airtight blower construction: shafting is straightened to close tolerance to minimize "run-out" and ensure smooth operation. Ceramic shaft seal and lubricated shaft seals (Buna, Teflon, Viton) are standard. Red silicone gasketing, gas-purgeable, double carbon ring shaft seal, gas-tight, or airtight construction, and zero-leakage blower construction.

Heat fan construction up to 700 F: includes high temperature paint, shaft cooler, shaft-cooler guard, steel, or alloy wheel.

Cladding for sound attenuation and silencers: cladding consists of 2 inches mineral-wool insulation covered with a welded steel jacket. Acoustic cloth jackets. Inlet silencers/outlet silencers supplied with matching flanges, or inlet/outlet venturi with guard, or plain pipe connection.

Inlet filter assemblies: cartridge type, with polyester element / wire mesh oil wetted element / high flow synthetic element / paper element. Available with protective hood, or hood-silencer.

Standard fan accessories:flash / raised access door, inspection port, drain and plug, unitary base, shaft and bearing guard, belt guard, motor cover, spring vibration isolation, rubber-in-share (RIS) vibration isolation, vibrating pads, wafer style / lug style outlet damper and electrical / pneumatic actuators.

Controls and drives: variable frequency drives (VFD), across-the-line starters, RTDs, pressure sensors, flowmeters - complete control packages in NEMA 1, NEMA 3R, NEMA 4 enclosure.


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New York Blower Fans, American Coolair Roof Ventilators, ILG Fan, Illinois Blower Sealed Gas Tight Fans, Industrial Gas Engineering Plug Fans, Industrial Air Products High Capacity Fans and Blowers. We supply high pressure fans and blowers including centrifugal plug fans, high pressure axial blowers, pressure blowers, variable air flow fan ventilators.
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AB Blower Co. supply high pressure blowers-in-series systems to achieve static pressure, previously unachievable by single stage centrifugal blowers.

Series and parallel connected blower installations are often used to meet performance ranges beyond normal single stage blower capacities. For systems that require high ststic pressure, and especially high pressure TOGETHER with high temperature (where standard multi stage, positive displacement, screw, or regenerative type blowers can not be used) series of single stage centrifugal blowers can be used. Many times additional blower in the system can be advantageous. For instance, where two blowers are operating in series and one breaks down, the other may be able to "limp" the system along while the necessary maintenance is performed. Having on blower continue in operation can often allow limited production while the other is being repaired. Also, there are cases where having one blower continue in operation could prevent or at least minimize system or equipment damage from such things as high temperature ot contaminated airstreams.

Another advantage of blowers in series is that of the availbale space. If system must be expanded and increaases the CFM requirements, the allotted space for the original blower may not be large enough for a single large blower, but might be large enough to istall two smaller blowers in series to obtain the necessary pressure.

One more potentail advatage for series operation is the likehood of initial cost savings. Although each case must be evaluated individually, it is often more economical to select two "smaller" blowers with their respectice smaller motors and drives than to select one "larger" blower to do the job.

Series connected blowers are those which have the outlet of the one blower exhausting into the inlet of another blower. By connecting blowersa in such a manner, high static pressures can be attained. This is accomplished as the second blower adds its pressure capability to the system, increasing the capacity beyond the capabilities of the first blower.

Ideally, two identical blowers installed in series would result in the same CFM at the outlet of the second blower as the inlet of the first one, and nearly twice the static pressure as that rated for either blower alone. However, some variation will result in both air flow and combined pressure because of the tendency of air to compress under pressure. A good understanding of how atnoshperic pressure and absolute temperature affect density is required. Both of these factors are involved in the proper selection of blowers. Density is directly proportional to atmospheric pressure and is inversely proportional to absolute temperature (degrees Rankine).