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Canada Blower Radial Bladed Industrial Fans are designed for applications with moderate air volumes of moderate to high pressures, such as exhaust, material conveying, pollution control, air circulation, combustion air, moisture blow-off, incinerators, oven and dryer exhaust and scrubber exhaust. The heavy gauge, all-welded construction has earned it the reputation of being the “workhorse” of the industry—a design proven by years of service handling dirty, abrasive, sticky or bulky particulate laden airstreams. With multiple sizes, materials and four (4) wheel types available for a multitude of different processes, there is a fan available to meet your applications needs.

Typical Industries Include: Aerospace, Agriculture, Air Pollution Control, Asphalt, Automotive, Boilers, Brick, Cement, Chemical, Coal, Composting, Ethanol, Foundry, General Manufacturing, Glass, Industrial Processes, Metal & Minerals, Mining, Nuclear, OEM, Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical, Power Generation, Pulp & Paper, Recycling, Textile, Water Treatment.

Optional Canada Blower fan construction:

• Abrasion Resistant Construction
• Spark Resistant Construction
• Split Fan Housings (Sizes 921 and larger)
• High Temperature Construction (excluding RBP)
• Nominally Leak-Tight Fan Construction
• Special Materials

Canada Blower Co. offers a complete series of wheels to meet the needs of most industrial process and material handling applications. Each wheel is statically and dynamically balanced on electronic equipment prior to being assembled in the fan. In addition, each Canada Blower fan is run at or near operating speed after assembly and the balance is fine-tuned as a complete assembly. It should be noted that all wheels essentially have overloading characteristic type brake horsepower curves; however, type RBA wheels have this to a lesser degree than other types.While the general pressure characteristic curve is similar for all industrial wheels, the RBA type wheel is considerably more efficient than other industrial wheels. Therefore, the RBA wheel is the first choice where brake horsepower savings are important, but the RBA wheel is limited to handling relatively clean air or gases.

RBA Industrial Radial Air Handling Fan Wheel: The RBA wheel is the most efficient wheel in the RB family and is used when handling relatively clean air, fumes, vapor exhaust and air with a light contaminant. Canada Blower fanr wheel is constructed with heavy-gauge blades welded to both backplate and front ring. RBO and RBR Industrial Radial Paddle Wheel The  radial paddle wheel design is extremely rugged using heavy-gauge steel components. RBO wheels are open-type while RBR wheels add blade end rings for larger sizes and higher RPM. RBO construction is standard on all Class 2 fans and on sizes 26 and smaller, Class 3 and 4 fans. RBR construction is standard on size 26 and larger Class 3 and 4 fans. All wheels are welded with care to ensure the maximum in strength and reliability. RBO and RBR wheels are suitable for general handling of coarse, sticky, heavy and/or abrasive materials.

RBW Industrial Radial Backplate Wool Wheel The RBW wheel is constructed to prevent long, stringy, fibrous and other similar material from hanging up on and wrapping around the gussets and blades.

RBP Industrial Radial Paper Handling Wheel The RBP is a modified RBW wheel featuring trapezoidal gussets for the extra rugged construction necessary when handling corrugated paper trims, fibrous material, metal trim and other high impact loading material. A paper deflector cone over the face of the hub helps prevent wrapping of paper around the hub or leading edge of the blower blades.

Opposed Blade Outlet Damper. Outlet dampers add resistance to the fan by shifting the operating point to the left of the rating point. The horsepower savings depends on the relative position on the fan curve and is usually much less than other methods. Outlet dampers are typically the least expensive option and should be considered when infrequent operation at lesser capacity is desired or when handling hot, humid or particulate laden air. Opposed blade dampers are recommended for systems where volume is modulated over the entire range. Opposed blades reduce air volume in a closer relationship to the control arm movement. Outlet dampers are available to 750°F construction. External Inlet Fan Vanes: for reduced flow situations with relatively clean air, inlet vane type dampers are available to maintain fan efficiency. The inlet vanes are external type attached to the inlet of the fan. Standard construction inlet vanes are suitable in applications up to 300°F. High temperature inlet vanes are also available for temperatures up to 600°F.

Canada Blower fan design options are available to handle airstream temperatures to 800°F. The fan bearings should be kept outside of the hot airstream and below 130°F ambient. High temperature operating limits, available arrangements. Shaft Cooler (Heat Slinger): Cast aluminum shaft cooler dissipates the heat transferred to the shaft from the airstream protecting the fan bearings. Recommended for applications over 300°F.

High Pressure Centrifugal Fans or High Pressure Centrifugal Blowers are fluid and move particles that expel the flow from it at a 90 degree angle to the intake axis during operation. These ventilators are sometimes interchangeably called fans or blowers but are known more as the latter. What is the difference between a fan and a blower? A fan is an air movement device used for ventilation, fluid movement, heat and cool air delivery or drying. Blowers are mostly particle movement devices which use compressed air to blow or overcome strong resistances in flow, or to displace solids. Basically, fans generate air movement, while blowers generate air movement and high pressures.
High Pressure Centrifugal Blower Design. Regular to moderate pressure Centrifugal fans consist of an open impeller with specifically designed ribs or blades. The ribs can be seen at the inlet of the blower impeller which is located at the eye of the fan wheel. The ventilator housings are fairly thick and the blower impellers are fat in size. These centrifugal blowers create good pressures during operation and are sometimes constructed out of sheet metal and not so strong housings. They are relatively open and the moving parts can be easily seen. Some very efficient and sturdy designs consist of backward inclined fan blades to keep particles from building up on the inside and directly on the impeller’s contact area. Particle build up can cause unwanted turbulences and hence contribute to lowered efficiency and function.

Canada Blower high pressure Centrifugal Fans are very thin and the ventilator impeller is closed off except at the eye and the circumference. These centrifugal blowers are very efficient and are built for extremely high static pressures. They are constructed from stainless steel and strong alloys. Good designs of High Pressure Centrifugals are split in the middle and allow the fan housing to be de-assembled to access the blower impeller for cleaning without messing with connections to the inlet or outlet such as ducting or dampers. High Pressure Centrifugal fans are good for up to 20,000 pascals. Due to the high heat generated by operation, the shaft can be cooled to ensure longevity and continuation of operation. These centrifugal blowers tend to be very noisy, so a fan silencer can be fitted to assist with acoustic treatment and lower operating decibels. The exposure to corrosive gases, liquids or solids can be handled with special coatings that will protect the materials and metals from corroding or breaking down.

A High Pressure Centrifugal Blower as a Ventilator. Canada Blower High Pressure Centrifugal blowers are rarely used as ventilators or man coolers. This is due to the fact that high pressures that are created after being processed by the impeller wheel create unfavorable breathing environments exactly at the outlet.

High Pressure Centrifugal fans, like the type that Custom Fans design, are great for applications such as pressure testing, dust removal and solid aeration. Dust collectors or bins can be connected at the outlet of a centrifugal fan to pull air from the inside of a room. The inlet of the fan would be attached to a duct which does the extraction through a round duct. Consult the relevant professionals that have years of experience designing these systems. The correct balancing and proper pre-engineering design ensures that High Pressure Centrifugal Fans operate at their best.