Stock of tubeaxial & vaneaxial inline duct fans, blower and fan repair / balancing, replacement centrifugal and axial fan blades, axial duct fans, aluminum pressure blowers, FRP ventilators, dust collectors blowers fans, dust collection fan ventilators, high temperature oven circulation fans, explosion proof ventilatoprs, spark reistant fans and blowers, induce & force draft fans, fan blower impellers. Sales agency for Chicago Blower fans in Canada. Sales of Chicago Blower high pressure fans and high temperature process blowers, building ventilation roof and wall propeller fans / power ventilators.
Canadian Blower Fans

CANADA BLOWER is the engineering representative for Chicago Blower, American Coolair Fans, Illinois Blower, Industrial Gas Engineering, American Coolair and ILG Fans. We also have access to all the other leading fan, blower and HVAC names through through sub agent agreements and co-operative relationships. 

Our focus is servicing Industrial and O.E.M. customers with both process fans and blowers and general ventilation Fans. Often, we can save you money by assisting with the right fan selection and the lowest energy use. Dependable & efficient fans, built to last.

 

 

 

Chicago Blower CompanyChicago Blower Company is a world leader in the manufacture of fans and blowers for industrial and commercial applications. The company offers one of the most comprehensive lines of air-moving equipment including material-handling fans, stainless-steel fans, pressure blowers, FRP fans, high-temperature fans, propeller fans, and axial-flow fans. Chicago Blower products are marketed globally through a network of sales engineers with extensive experience in process and HVAC applications. 

 American COOLAIR has been manufacturing propeller fans since 1928 and have recently purchased ILG. ILG is known for its centrifugal products. As a result, a wide variety of propeller fans up to 84" in diameter, axial fans, upblast and recirculating roof exhausters, spun aluminum domed centrifugal roof and wall fans, square body inline centrifugal fans, and gravity vent sets are available from one manufacturer, at very competitive prices with a four week delivery. American COOLAIR is known for its unique "static shaft" design - propeller assembly with shaft and permanently sealed bearings. The "static shaft" replaces the conventional shaft, bearings and fan sheave with an integral bearing and fan sheave mounted on a fixed steel stub. This means a lower initial cost, lower maintenance and operating costs, a B10 bearing life in excess of 1,000,000 hours, and minimal replacement costs.

 ILG is a manufacturer or spun aluminum fans and ventilators such as up- blast roof exhausters, "mushroom-" type roof ventilators, and wall exhaust fans. In cooperation with American Coolair Propeller Division, they recently introduced a unique "static shaft design" on all spun aluminum ventilators. As a result, B10 bearing life of 1,000,000 hours is reached, making ILG fans literally "maintenance free." Other ILG products include: square body in-line centrifugal fans, forward curved filtered roof supply fans and gravity ventilators.  

 NEP SK300 are power humidifiers designed to provide dry sterile steam for humidification. 

  • They combine the latest microprocessor based electronic design with carefully matched metallurgical and mechanical technology perfected over two decades by National Environmental Products Ltd.  The design is based on permanent rather than replaceable containers.

 

A centrifugal blower is a fan designed to move air or gases in a confined area. The centrifugal blower has a number of blades mounted around the hub, which turns on a shaft that passes through the housing. The gas enters the side of the fan wheel and by use of centrifugal force(hence the name) accelerates over the fan blades. A centrifugal blower is usually used in factories or large open places that need air flow.

Aside from the small squirrel cage blowers used on some electrical equipment, the most common blowers of this type are the units used for drying carpet after cleaning or a fire, the blowers used for leaf sweeping and the unit hidden inside a vacuum cleaner.

In the aial flow ventilator the air must blow in line with the axis of rotation and there must be blades with space between them.  With few exceptions, the axial blower or fan must not have a lot of back pressure and will work a lot better if the blade is shrouded.  One obvious exception is the turbine compressor used in jet engines, but this requires very tight fittings and very high speed so the air is being rammed in against the outgoing air much faster than it can move - it uses a lot of power and makes a lot of noise.  Shrouding works better because the greatest loss in an unshrouded fan is the air coming off near the tips and immediately turning out and back circulating only through the fan and not through the room. The most common shrouded fan people see is muffin style fan in computers.  An axial blower can have multiple sets of blades and the blades can even over lap so light is not visible through the fan.  Fans are used most often for moving large quantities of air between spaces at atmospheric pressure.
 
Centrifugal blowers come in a number of forms of which the most common is the squirrel cage blower.  The common factor is the air is moving perpendicular to the axis of the part that is moving the air.  Typically, the air is drawn in through the side of the unit, turns at low speed to encounter the inside of a spinning cylinder with ribs or vanes around the wall of the cylinder which fling the air out and away where it is captured and aimed through an outlet much smaller than the inlet.  Think of taking an open tin can, drilling a hole in the center of the bottom to take a bolt as an axle and cutting slots up the sides, bending the material of the slots in, then spinning it with a drill.  A variation looks like a plate with ribs running from the center and increasing in height toward the rim, the air being thrown off the rim.   The name squirrel cage comes from the appearance like the tread wheel small rodents use for exercise - I suspect it is not called a hamster tread wheel because that is too precise - or childish. Blowers can have higher output pressures, but not a lot higher and they lose capacity rapidly with increasing pressure. In centrifugal fan, as opposed to axial flow fan, the air is moving perpendicularly to the fan shaft. Often called a "squirrel cage" (due to its similarity in appearance to exercise wheels for pet rodents), the centrifugal fan has a moving component (called an impeller) that consists of a central shaft about which a set of blades, or ribs, are positioned. Centrifugal fans blow air at right angles to the intake of the fan, and spin the air outwards to the outlet (by deflection and centrifugal force). The impeller rotates, causing air to enter the fan near the shaft and move perpendicularly from the shaft to the opening in the scroll-shaped fan casing. A centrifugal fan produces more pressure for a given air volume, and is used where this is desirable such as in leaf blowers, hair driers, air mattress inflators, inflatable structures, and various industrial purposes. They are typically noisier than comparable axial fans. A mixed flow fan is an air moving device in between axial flow fan and centrifugal fan. Mixed Flow fans are an excellent choice for return air, supply, or general ventilation applications where low sound is critical. As compared to similarly sized tubular centrifugals and vane axials, a mixed flow fan will be 5-20 dB quieter! In addition, the mixed flow wheel is extremely efficient and will cut down on operating expenses.

Caution is necessary in selecting blowers for series installtion. It is generally accepted that most pre-engineered blowers are capable of withstanding twice their catalog rated static pressure.