Frequently Asked Questions

Blowers are equipment or devices which increase the velocity of air or gas when passed through equipped impellers. They are mainly used for flow of air/gas required for exhausting, aspirating, cooling, ventilating, conveying etc. Blower is also commonly known as Centrifugal Fans in industry.
Industrial blower fans, as the term suggests, are used in industrial units to blow huge volumes of air through parts and structures of an entire building or facility. These industrial fans are commonly used in areas or segments which require exhaust clearing, ventilation, drying, cooling, removal of dust, and so on.
Centrifugal blowers or fans typically are comprised of four main components: a motor, a fan wheel, and housing. A centrifugal blower makes use of rotating impellers that are attached to the fan wheel, which is set within the exterior housing.
Pressure blowers are a type of centrifugal fan. A pressure blower is designed so that the air is drawn through the air inlet, forced through the fan housing, and is discharged at 90 degrees from the inlet.