Industrial blowers exist for all types of industries. The way a blower must operate varies greatly from one industry to another. From air-tight blowers to general industrial designs, each industry is different.
Aeration Blowers - Aeration blowers serve the purpose of circulating air throughout a liquid or substance. The average home owner will be familiar with the Jacuzzi, which uses an aeration system to create bubbles. Aeration blowers serve many purposes in the industrial environment. Some examples might include treatment of wastewater, oxidizing a chemical compound, or to aerate a body of water for healthy aquatic ecosystems.
Agitation Blowers - An agitation blower is primarily used in plating operations, but has been notably used in cleaning, rinsing, and waste management operations as well. Plating operations seek to coat a thin layer of metal onto a target layer of metal- whether for beauty or durability.
Cooling Blower - A cooling blower is used to reduce the overall temperature of a system or product. Cooling blowers are much like the average ceiling fan - attempting to aerate the environment and dissipate heat. Industrial machinery that involves high friction or temperatures need such blowers in order to operate at a safe temperature.
Electronic Cooling Equipment Blower - The cooling of electronics is dire for maintaining efficiency and longevity of electronics components. Every high-end electronics device has some form of blower. An example would be with the motherboard of a computer. In industrial applications, keeping the pricey equipment at a cool temperature is necessary to prevent frequent repairs of damaged components.
Gas Blower - A gas blower is a simple categorization of blowers that moves gas from one place to another.
Glass Blowing Blower - A gas blowing blower is used in the act of blowing glass. They are used to control the air temperature of the furnace in order to produce a glass product.
Grain Blower - A grain blower is used to dry and clean grains. They are necessary for creating many types of products such as cereal, breads, and pastas. This process is necessary before cooking or mixing begins.
Marine Blower - Marine blowers are specially designed for on-board applications, including military & commercial ships and oil rigs.
Mining Blower - Mining operations are incredibly dangerous due to the lack of air circulation. Mining blowers are required for oxygen to get to all major areas of a mine.
OEM Blower - An OEM (original equipment manufacturer) blower is a blower that is manufactured by one company and supplied to an OEM for incorporation into their piece of equipment.
Pneumatic Conveying Blower - A pneumatic conveying blower is used to move a dry, bulk, material. This might include a powder, grain, wood chip, or steel pellets.
Vaneaxial Blower - A vaneaxial blower is an axial blower that incorporates downstream guide vanes. They are considered to be the most efficient of all current axial fan types.