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Fans and blowers are used in paint shop and spray booths to collect the paint particles in the air and exhaust them to the atmosphere. Paint shop blowers are mostly explosion proof blowers and fans.
Appropriate paint booth blowers selection is important for:
There are two type of mounting arrangement of spray / paint booth blowers:
Features of Paint Shop Blowers and Fans
Sales engineers for high temperature oven circulating fans, sandblast blowers, stainless steel fans blowers, vacuum blowers, corrosion resistand fans, chemical resistant blowers, air table blowers, Aerovent Fan ventilators, fume fans, high temperature fans & blowers, Industrial Air Products fans, LAU ventilators, CBC fans, Peerless Blower fans, high vacuum fans, wall fan ventilators, power roof vantilator fans. Axial fans are provided at Canadian Blower with wheel diameters in sizes up to 85 inches, CFM up to 300,000. Axial fans are manufactured with the option of direct drive and belt drive. Pressure up to 14 inches WG. Howden Blower Co. offers various designs of industrial fans and blowers for Pulp and Paper Industry.
Tube Axial Fans are designed for moderate pressure ventilation and industrial process applications. 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 Tubeaxial Fan suitable for a wide range of systems.
In applications where equipment space is at a premium, the compact flow-through design of the Tubeaxial 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.
NIS-CO Tube Axial Fans feature cast aluminum airfoil wheels in all sizes. Each wheel is designed to maximize fan performance by optimizing the shape, number, and pitch of blades with hub diameters.
NIS-CO Tubeaxial Fans provide relatively large volumes of air (to 100,000 CFM) at high static pressure (up to 3" WG).
FRP fans are the perfect choice for diesel generator exhaust for hospitals and healthcare facilities. High temperature steel Axjets can safely reduce the diesel exhaust temperature and disperse it high enough away from the building, preventing possible re-entrainment into air intakes:
• For high temperature applications up to 1,200ºF primary diesel exhaust
• Rigid steel fan construction with high temperature corrosion resistant epoxy paint
• Mixing bypass plenum & damper introduces outside ambient air to cool primary diesel exhaust and increase total discharge eff ective stack height to get the air up and away from the building, preventing re-entrainments.
Canada Blower makes the highest quality corrosion resistant fans available using Fibreglass Reinforced Plastics (FRP) technology. Decades of experience in developing ventilation systems coupled with the most advanced computer generated design and manufacturing processes produce industry-leading FRP fans and blowers.
FRP stands for fiberglass-reinforced plastics. Since the introduction of other fiber reinforcement, FRP is also used to mean fiber reinforced plastics. Other terms that are used interchangeably with FRP are reinforced thermoset plastic (RTP), reinforced thermoset resin (RTR) and glass-reinforced plastic (GRP). All of the above mentioned terms should not be confused with reinforced thermoplastic which is entirely different. There is a wide selection of thermoset resins available for most corrosion resistant applications. Unlike thermoplastics, thermoset plastics have a highly crosslinked molecular structure. The result is a flexural, tensile strength, and temperature performance that is twice that of most thermoplastics. There are several ways to fabricate FRP equipment, the following explains some of the most common methods.