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Propeller fans are used primarily in industrial facilities to supply filtered air to spaces housing personnel and electrical and/or electronic equipment. Available in 'draw-thru', or 'blow-thru' configuartions, with removable filter housing cover and easy-clean filters.

American Blower axial flow panel fans are designed for low pressure building ventilation, room ventilation, industrial ventilation, commercial ventilation and industrial process application. Typical applications include heat, smoke, and fume removal; process ventilation and process air handling; proces drying with ambient or preheated air; comfort process cooling and general ventilation of buildngs. Available in direct drive arrangement 4 and corresponding belt drive arrangement 9. Sizes from 6 thru 96. Capacities: to 350,000 CFM. Static pressure to 2.5 inches water gauge.
Filtered Supply Fans are axial fans with cast or adjustable pitch aluminum impellers. These units are designed to provide filtered outside air to buildings such as manufacturing plants, warehouses and auditoriums. Filtered Supply Fans are also available in stainless steel and other special materials.

Spark Resistant X-proof fan construction: wall fan for non-sparking x-proof applications is supplied in AMCA A (all aluminum or monel airsteram), AMCA B (aluminum wheel, or monel wheel), or AMCA C (buffer type) spark resistant construction. For AMCA A applications wheel is made of non-ferous material with monel shaft and special x-proof motor.

Canada Blower high temperature fan construction: wall fan is avaialble in high temeparture construction with high temperature motor and steel prop, or stainless steel prop.

Corrosion resistant construction and chemical duty construction: for corrosive environment wall fans are avaialble in 304 SS, 316 SS, or 316 L stainless steel construction. For chemical process applications wall fans are available in fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) construction, or in polypropylene construction, or in plastic.

Wall fan accessories: wall housing, wall cabinet, heavy gauge housing, extended wall housing, wall housing access door, inlet guard, outlet guard, caged guard, fixed louver, shutter, manual shutter with pull chain and quadrant lock, gravity automatic shutter, motorized shutter, back draft damper, shutter motor, BELIMO motor, NEP motor, Multiproducts motor, Delay switch, Speed controller, VFD, intake hood, discharge hood, weather hood, hood bird guard, hood bird screen, insect screen. Controls and drives: pressure switch, end switch, electrical damper motor, delay switch, pneumatic actuator, speed control, vfd control, motor starter, carbon monoxide sensor, oxygen sensor, electronic gas sensors and others.


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Canada Blower BP panel fan is designed for general ventilation and process cooling involving the movement of clean, ambient temperature air. Typical Canada Blower fan applications include air filter units, casting cooling, cold room circulation, condensation control, electrical panel & transformer cooling, elimination of heat stratification, greenhouse ventilation, non-corrosive fume exhaust, parking garages, and washed parts drying.

For special ventilation application requirements, Canada Blower offers hot dipped galvanized construction (fan housing only), all aluminum ventilator construction and various coatings and options applied directly to the fan and propeller.

The Canada Blower Panel and Ring Fan housings are constructed of heavy-gauge steel with an integral deep spun orifice for greater airflow efficiency and maximum airflow fan capacity. If a sharp edged entrance is used, the flow is non-uniform when entering the fan, increasing the horsepower requirements and reducing the airflow capacity. Both types of Canada Blower fans are also available in standard or reverse flow fan arrangements. A second orifice is added to convert the unit to reverse air flow. Canada Blower Panel and Ring Fans also feature an all-welded, triangulated, reinforced motor base plate to ensure the fan’s long life in heavy-duty service.

The Belted Panel and Ring Canada Blower Fans have the propeller secured to the fan shaft with a split taper lock bushing. Split taper lock bushings ensure correct alignment and positive locking of the propeller to the ventilator shaft. Oversized fan bearings are used on Belted Panel and Ring Fans to ensure maximum bearing life for heavy-duty service. All drive selections for Canada Blower Belted Panel and Ring Fans are designed with a 1.2 service factor as standard.

Direct Drive Canada Blower Panel and Ring Fans feature low maintenance needs due to minimal moving parts. There are no fan bearings, drive sheaves or belts to maintain. The propeller on the Canada Blower Direct Drive Panel and Ring Fan is attached to the motor shaft with knurled cup point setscrews on fan sizes up to 16" diameter and split taper lock bushings on fan sizes 18" and larger. These mounting techniques ensure correct alignment and positive locking of the ventilator propeller to the shaft.

Canada Blower Direct Drive Panel and Ring Fans are designed for general ventilation applications such as:

• Heat Transfer Devices
• Industrial Plants
• Raw Product Storage
• Process Equipment

Belted Panel and Ring Canada Blower Fans are designed for general ventilation and process cooling involving the movement of clean, ambient temperature air. Typical applications include:

• Air Filter Units
• Casting Cooling
• Cold Room Circulation
• Condensation Control
• Electrical Panel & Transformer Cooling
• Elimination of  Heat Stratification
• Greenhouse Ventilation
• Non-Corrosive Fume Exhaust
• Parking Garages
• Washed Parts Drying

Reversible Canada Blower blade design, defined as Type R, is a truly reversible cast aluminum fan propeller. It is capable of  moving the same volume of air, at the same brake horsepower require ments, in either ventilator airflow direction.
Canada Blower Single Width BI fan, a reliable industry staple for decades, is now readily available as a standard pre-engineered series with Backward Inclined fan wheels. Add up the features and you have one tough fan. Canada Blower's Backward Inclined fan wheel has ideal characteristics for dust collectors and other variable pressure systems. The smooth, stable air flow over the performance range is the result of Canada Blower tried and true wheel design with hyperbolically spun wheel cone. This allows variable pressure applications to remain in the stable area of the pressure curve longer with a large increase in static pressure.

An exhaust fan is a mechanical ventilation device that helps to draw out stale and impure air from your home and bring in fresh air, thereby improving the quality of indoor air. Exhaust fans are typically ducted to the exteriors of your house, through which bad indoor air can effectively be removed from your living space.

Exhaust fans are very effective at any building ventilation. Without proper ventilation, the air inside your home can get filled with harmful contaminants and disease causing pathogens.

Exhaust fans are classified into various types, mainly depending on the type of mount and the location where you need to install the fans. The different types are:

1. Ceiling Mounted Exhaust Fans: As the name suggests, ceiling exhaust fans are those which are installed in the ceiling. Such fans expel stale air from your home upwards through the roof.  The fan is connected to ducting, which is exhausted outside the home via an external vent, like a roof cap or soffit exhaust vent.

2. Inline Exhaust Fans: Unlike ceiling exhaust fans that are installed directly into the ceiling, inline exhaust fans are typically mounted in-between ducting, hence the name inline fan. For instance, if you wanted to ventilate an area that did not have clearance or space for a ceiling mount fan, you would make use of inline exhaust fans to ventilate such areas. The exhaust fan would be placed in between the ductwork and the stale air would travel through the ducts and ultimately be expelled from your home.  Since inline fans are not mounted directly to the ceiling, they are very quiet.  When installing an inline fan, to reduce noise, we recommend using an insulated flex duct that is at least eight feet long from the intake port on the ceiling to the inline fan.
Inline exhaust fans are ideal for exhausting areas or rooms where you cannot, or do not wish to install the exhaust fan directly. Since these types of exhaust fans are mounted in remote areas, they are also referred to as remote mounted exhaust fans. Inline exhaust fans can either be single-port (exhausting from a single area) or multi-port (exhausting from multiple areas).

3. Wall Mounted Exhaust Fans: These exhaust fans are installed on walls. Since they are installed on exterior walls of the home and not on interior walls, the stale air has a direct route to the outside of your home and thus no duct work is required in installing these exhaust fans.

4. Combination Exhaust Fans: Exhaust fans are also available as combination units. You have the choice of a fan-light combination where the exhaust fan provides illumination as well, or heat-fan-light combination wherein you get a heater, light and ventilating fan all in a single device.

5. Exterior Remote Mounted Exhaust Fans: While most other exhaust fans are installed inside your home and push stale air out, exterior remote mounted fans are installed outside your home and pull out stale indoor air instead of pushing it out. The main benefit of these exhaust fans is that regardless of however noisy they are, most of the noise remains outside your home.

6. Kitchen Range Exhaust Fans: These fans are mounted inside the range hood over your kitchen stove. Such fans not only help to rid your kitchen of stale air but also help to expel bad odors and reduce moisture levels in your cooking area.
These several types of exhaust fans can be used for complete ventilation of your bilding including intermittent local ventilation for baths, kitchens, dryer rooms; continuous whole building ventilation, and for exhausting hard-to-air spaces such as crawl spaces, attics, and basements.

High temperature fans,  high pressure process pressure fan blowers, regenerative pressure blowers; wall and roof exhaust and supply power ventilators, centrifugal and axial fans and blowers.