Stock of heavy-duty industrial oven exhauste fans, New York Blower pressure blowers, high temperature oven circulating fans and furnace blowers, combustion pressure blowers, exhaust and supply roof fans and wall ventilators, pneumatic conveying pressure blowers, vacuum blowers and fans, high temperature exhauste fans, heat ventilators and scroll cage blower fans.Supplier of large industrial fans and blowers, power roof and wall ventilators. Quick ship of packed compact axial and centrifugal radial blowers and centrifugal / axial fans - high temperature ventilators and high pressure special design blowers and large ventilators.
Sales of fans, blowers, ventilators

 

 

 

Total product quality

  • A Equipment Data Sheet is automatically produced for any customer enquiry, enabling CBC to produce a detailed specification and quotation, typically within 24 hours. This includes technical fan specification; fan operation parameters and performance curves; sound prediction within various octave bands; fan dimension drawing; together with a total and individual component price breakdown. 
  • On receipt of order all data is automatically transferred into the requisite documentation, order write-up; order acknowledgement; certified drawings; works instructions; delivery promise; manufacturer's certificate. 
  • The individual name plates, bearing an unique reference number, are automatically created to ensure that the history of any machine and its components can be fully traced back through all stages of production and administration. 

State of the Art Manufacturing

  • All our manufacturer's production facilities are equipped with the latest state of the art machinery. From the parts list the components are produced on computerized numerically controlled (CNC) machines to minimize throughput time and achieve precise tolerances. 
  • On completion of the equipment, a test run and final inspection is carried out. 
  • All work is conducted by highly skilled production personnel. 
  • The ability to work with many materials is due to the high levels of welding expertise in the Company, continuously updated by an ongoing commitment to training and the achievement of appropriate welding certificates. 
  • Modern test facilities are used to develop and test even large scale fans and blowers prior to shipment up to and including motor powers of 600 HP. 

Quality re-assured

  • Recent customer surveys show that more than 90% of customers recognize our products as being of excellent quality with very long life expectancy. Customer complaints (including customer errors and incomplete deliveries) are consistently less than one percent of total shipments. 

Warranties

  • Reinforcing their commitment to total quality all of our suppliers offer a 12 month warranty after shipment on all fans and 3 years on heat exchangers. 

Industrial fans and blowers sales.
Oleg Tchetchel -
President

Supply of HVAC fans and blowers, large fan ventilators, commercial ventilators & fans, portable blowers fnas, electric blowers & fans, heavy duty blowers, cooling ventilators, direct drive blowers, ventilation fans, multistage blowers, high volume ventilator fans, rotary lobe pressure blowers, fan / blower packages.











Engineering sales of industrial and commercial heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment, high pressure blowers, industrial fans and ventilators, high temperature oven fans and blowers, centrifugal and axial blowers and fans.
By moving air through the long dimension, the cross-sectional area is reduced and less air volume is required to obtain the needed air velocity. A vital element in the successful breeze conditioning system is a supply of clean, cooler, fresh air. While such an ideal air supply may not be available, common sense dictates that air being supplied into the building should be from the best available source. Avoid recirculating air that has just been exhausted from the building or another nearby structure.

It is usually wise to locate the exhaust fans near the area where heat-producing machinery is found in the industrial building. This has the very practical advantage of exhausting this superheated air near its source and preventing a heat build-up in other areas. If side wall locations are to be utilized for air intake or exhaust, it is desirable to consider the prevailing wind direction during the summer season. If the ventilation system can be oriented to take advantage of prevailing winds, the efficiency of the system may be increased considerably, Systems that incorporate roof exhausters are usually not affected by a prevailing wind.

The noise level in most commercial and industrial buildings has become a highly critical matter. Although the ventilating equipment is only one item in the overall total, its effect should be carefully considered. If the normal noise level in the building is low, the noise level of the ventilating equipment should be low; if the background noise level is high, the amount of noise added by the ventilation system may be insignificant.

The greatest economy that can result from good planning is a breeze conditioning system that achieves its basic purpose. If it does not do the job for which it was designed, then no economy has been achieved. Here are a number of other ways in which good planning can result in substantial savings. Frequently, exhaust fans are obtained and installed to serve a specific need. In many cases, no consideration is given to a method of coordinating this equipment. Process fans may be competing with general exhaust fans; loading doors or windows may be 1cft open needlessly and "short circuit" an otherwise integrated system.

A common problem in the average plant is "air starvation". Exhaust systems throughout the structure may have been well designed for their intended purpose. However, no consideration may have been given to the replacement of exhaust air. As a result, the building may be under severe negative pressure. This situation reduces the efficiency of the exhaust fans and produces unhealthy and uncomfortable working conditions. Substantial economy and efficiency can be obtained by correcting this situation through the use of supply fans or "make-up air" units. Many buildings have adequate exhaust and supply fans to provide a comfortable environment for the occupants. Unfortunately, there may be little control over the distribution of the air to produce the desired results. Good planning will recognize the necessity for proper air distribution and circulation through the occupied  areas of the building. Suitable deflectors and baffles can be incorporated where needed. "Booster fans" or air circulators can be positioned to take care of trouble spots and augment the direction and velocity of the air flow. Diffusers may be required lo assist in air distribution. Drafts and dead spots can thus be eliminated. All of these are inexpensive aids that can ensure that a well planned system will achieve its important objectives.