Industrial inline fans, high pressure blower, ventilators, high temperature fans and blowers, centrifugal radial and in-line blowers, roof / wall exhaust and supply inline fan blowers and ventilators.



Canada Blolwer Direct Driven High Pressure Blowers have the following features:
- Performances from 10 to 4000 CFM at pressures up to 75" WG in single stage and up to 215" WG in two stages;
- Carbon steel, aluminum and stainless steel blower impeller options;
- Aluminum fan housing for maximum corrosion resistance;
- Direct drive with TEFC or Explosion Proof motors, low maintenance arrangements;
- Available fan accessories include: inlet & outlet silencers, outlet damper, flexible connector, spark-resistant blower construction;
- Quick fan delivery;
- Typical blower applications: combustion air supply, pneumatic conveying, plastic blow molding, scrubbers / high pressure dust collectors; high pressure air supply, industrial central vacuum systems.
Never before has the need for adequate workspace ventilation been clearer to safety experts. Factories, warehouses, mines, offices and all other places where workers spend their time must be adequately ventilated and heated or cooled in order to minimize risks to air quality and maximize comfortable conditions, which contribute to productivity.

Axial fans and centrifugal blowers, in high velocity and other configurations, are used to move air through ventilation systems and remove air through exhaust ports. The agricultural, photography, automotive, food processing, packaging, paper making, printing, welding and textile industries all use industrial blowers for workspace ventilation and a host of other applications, some of which are moisture reduction in bathrooms, spas and gyms and cutting down on smoke and odors in cooking and food processing.

Canada Blower centrifugal floor dryer blowers are widely used to dry carpet after cleaning. They are also used in building maintenance applications to dry spills or clean up after water damage.

An industrial blower can be designed in one of two configurations. Axial blowers, which are more easily recognizable to most people, feature curved ventilator blades that spin around a blower axis. The spinning motion of axial fan blades closely resembles the motion of the spinning hands on a clock. The curvature of the blower blades creates an imbalance of air pressure on either side of the fan. The difference in air pressure causes airflow. When the blades spin continuously, the blower airflow is continuous.

The blower impellers create a quick airflow. That quickness is augmented by the effect of centrifugal motion because of the shape of the annular housing. The result is that a centrifugal fan can produce a higher-pressure flow of air than can an axial fan operating at the same RPM. This feature makes centrifugal fans more attractive than axial fans in many industrial applications.