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With our years of experience in engineering industrial and commercial air moving systems, we’re here to guide you through the process of getting your system designed and developed to the exact specifications you require.

Our manufacturer’s production facilities are equipped with the latest, state of the art machinery and everything is computer controlled to minimize throughput time and achieve precise tolerances. All our work is thoroughly tested and inspected by our highly skilled production team using time-tested quality assurance methodologies, and as a result customer complaints (including customer errors) account for less than one percent of total shipments.

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Canada Blower Vaneaxial Fans are designed for high pressure ventilation and industrial process applications. Fan uses include heat, smoke and fume removal; process drying with ambient or pre-heated air; comfort and process cooling and general ventilation. All applications can be handled in either supply or exhaust configurations. Numerous modifications and accessories make the Vaneaxial Fan suitable for a wide range of systems.

In applications where equipment space is at a premium, the compact flow-through design of the Vaneaxial Fan can reduce system space requirements by more than 50% over conventional centrifugal fans. The straight, in-line design eliminates the need for costly, space-consuming transitions, elbows and inlet boxes.

Canada Blower Vaneaxial Fans feature cast aluminum  airfoil wheels in all sizes. Generous hub-to-blade-tip diameter ratios optimize total performance while maximizing static pressure generating capability. Direct driven Canada Blower Vaneaxial fans feature unique variable-pitch selection capability. Specific blade-pitch angles, unique for each application, are used in the fabrication of each direct-drive Vaneaxial wheel. Unique axial wheels allow the direct driven Vaneaxial Fan to exactly match system requiremens while optimizing operating efficiency.

Canada Blower Vaneaxial Fans provide relatively large volumes of air (to 100,000 CFM) at high static pressure (up to 6" WG).


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Pressure blowers and OEM blower / fan ventilators.  Sales of high temperature Buffalo Blower fans, process pressure blowers, high temperature fan blowers. Suppliers of Buffalo Blower industrial; process and commercial heating; ventilating and air handlers Sales of industrial fans & blowers, high pressure blowers, centrifugal fans, axial ventilators, roow and wall exhaust and supply fans, material handling blowers & radial fans, scroll cage fan ventilators, high temperature fans and blowers, New York Blower, Twin City Fan / Aerovent, Chicago Blower fans, Peerless Fans, Dayton Ventilators, Sheldons fans & blowers, Canarm Leader ventilators, IAP fans, Industrial Air.Canada Blower Co. has developed 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 static
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.
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The use of Pressure Blower-IN-SERIES has these specific
advantages:
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 of
contaminated airstreams.
Another advantage of blowers in series is that of the available space. If system must be
expanded and increases 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 install two smaller
blowers in series to obtain the necessary pressure.
One more potential advantage for series operation is the likelihood of initial cost savings.
Although each case must be evaluated individually, it is often more economical to select two
"smaller" blowers with their respective 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 blowers 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.