Industrial fans and blowers are machines whose primary function is to provide a large flow of air or gas to various processes of many industries, including but not exhaustive to, electrical power production, pollution control, metal manufacturing and processing, cement production, mining, petrochemical, food processing, cryogenics, and clean rooms. The fans are used in many ways including combustion, ventilation, aeration, particulate transport, exhaust, cooling, air-cleaning, and drying, to name a few.
Axial-flow Fans were generically called “fans” and Centrifugal Fans called “blowers”, however, Centrifugal fans are not only used for blowing but exhausting as well. Axial-flow fans can also be used for both blowing and exhausting. A blower is another name for a fan that operates where the resistance to the flow is primarily on the downstream side of the fan.
- MA Series Industrial Fans: Backward Inclined, Aerodynamically Curved, Non Over-loading SW.S.I and D.W.D.I.
- ME Series Industrial Fans: Materials Handling Fans; Dust, Grinding Grit, Saw-Dust, Wood Chips, Paper Pulp etc.
- Plug Insert Industrial Fans: Designed for ease of mounting through the walls of ovens, drying tunnels, kilns etc.
- HP Series Industrial Fans: High Pressure Blowers for Combustion Furnances, Pernumatic Conveying, Dry Cleaning etc.
- GB Series Industrial Fans: Gas Boosters and Gas Mixers.