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UBCA
Upblast Power Roof Ventilators

The UBCA fan is an upblast power roof ventilator designed for the exhaust of grease-laden air from restaurant range hoods, and general ventilation applications where vertical discharge of exhaust air is required. Applications include all types of commercial and institutional kitchens, such as restaurant and cafeteria, fast food , hotel and motel, bakery, delicatessen, school, hospital and military.

Greenheck fan ventilator blower
UBCA - Sizes 12 to 20
165 to 19797 CFM
to 3" Static Pressure 
CUBA
Belt Drive Upblast Power Roof Ventilators

The CUBA Upblast Power Roof Ventilator is designed for the ventilation of grease laden air from restaurant range hoods and general ventilation applications where a vertical air discharge is desired. Applications include all types of commercial and institutional kitchens such as those found in restaurants and cafeterias, fast food outlets, hotels and motels, bakeries, delicatessens, schools, hospitals and military establishments. 

Upblast Greenheck roof ventilator fan
CUBA - Sizes 12 to 20
711 to 5709 CFM
to 2" Static Pressure 
CUDA
Direct Drive Upblast Power Roof Ventilators

The CUDA Upblast Power Roof Ventilator is designed for general and spot ventilation of problem areas in single or multi-story structures. Such applications include warehouses, garages, plants, sports arenas, athletic clubs, hospitals and shopping centers.

ILG fan blower roof ventilator
CUDA - Sizes 06 to 20
133 to 4857 CFM
to 2" Static Pressure 
CRBA
Belt Drive Power Roof Ventilators

The CRBA fans are quiet, dependable power roof ventilators recommended for a wide range of general exhaust applications where low and medium ranges of air volume and pressure are specified. Applications include virtually all types of light manufacturing, commercial and institutional buildings such as shopping centers, hospitals, schools, hotels, office and apartment buildings, warehouses, airports, bus terminals, and many others.

Spun aluminum mushroom roof fan ventilator
CRBA - Sizes 12 to 20
245 to 34963 CFM
to 2" Static Pressure 
CRF
Direct Drive Power Roof Ventilators

CRF units are quiet, dependable power roof ventilators recommended for a wide range of general exhaust applications where relatively low ranges of air volume and pressure are specified. Applications include virtually all types of commercial and institutional buildings such as shopping centers, hospitals, schools, hotels, office and apartment buildings, warehouses, airports, bus terminals, and many others. 

Downblast roof exhust aluminum ventilator exhauster ILG
CRF
CRBCA
Belt Drive Power Roof Ventilators

The CRBCA units are quiet, dependable power roof ventilators recommended for a wide range of general exhaust applications where relatively low ranges of air volume and pressure are specified. Applications include virtually all types of commercial and institutional buildings such as shopping centers, hospitals, schools, hotels, office and apartment buildings, warehouses, airports, bus terminals, and many others. 

Loren Cook fan blower ventilator
CRBCA - Sizes 06 to 20
95 to 6253 CFM
to 2" Static Pressure 
CWBA
Belt Drive Wall Exhaust Fans

The CWBA Wall Centrifugal General Exhaust Fan, designed for ventilation of problem areas in single or multi-story structures, is the first Fan of this type to use American Coolair’s Unique C-Drive. Applications include warehouses, garages, plants, sports arenas and athletic clubs, hospitals and shopping centers. 

Loren cook roof fan blower ventilator
CWBA - Sizes 12 to 20
165 to 19797 CFM
to 3" Static Pressure 
CWDA
Direct Drive Wall Exhaust Fans

The CWDA is a general exhaust fan designed for spot ventilation of problem areas in single or multi-story structures. Such applications include warehouses, garages, plants, sports arenas and athletic clubs, hospitals and shopping centers. 

Wall exhaust fan ventilator
CWDA - Sizes 06 to 20
133 to 4857 CFM
to 2" Static Pressure 
SQB
Belt Drive Square In-Line Fans 

The SQB Square In-Line Centrifugal Fans are designed to provide efficient air movement in ducted or non-ducted ventilation systems. Designed for easy positioning and quick installation, the versatile Square In-Line can be located inside equipment rooms, in ceiling spaces or as parts for O.E.M. equipment. 
 

SQD
Direct Drive Square In-Line Fans 

The SQD Square In-Line Centrifugal Fans are designed to provide efficient air movement in ducted or non-ducted ventilation systems. Designed for easy positioning and quick installation, the versatile Square In-Line can be located inside equipment rooms, in ceiling spaces or as parts for O.E.M. equipment. 

Inline square duct fan ventilator
SQDA - Sizes 06 to 18
122 to 4024 CFM
to 2" Static Pressure 
SQBA - Sizes 12 to 20
245 to 23056 CFM
to 3" Static Pressure 
TRIMLINE Hoods and Ventilators

For Exhaust Relief Fresh Air Intake or Gravity Ventilation Systems. Modernistic low silhouette style to blend in with roof top lines and equipment. Designed with improved aerodynamically shape air flow passages. 

Exhaust Relief Ventilators Models TEV

Exhaust Relief Ventilators have a 1 to 1 ratio of hood perimeter opening to throat area. 

Fresh Air Intake Ventilators Models TIV

Fresh Air Intake Ventilators have a 2 to 1 ratio of hood perimeter opening to throat area.

ACME Fan Blower Ventilator
LOUVERLINE
Penthouses and Ventilators

The louvered look - a favorite selection for modern architectural eye appeal. 

Penthouses - to dress up and beautify roof tops by enclosing unattractive mounted equipment viewed from higher floors and taller buildings. 

Ventilators - For Exhaust Relief and Fresh Air Intake Ventilating Applications. Capacities up to 103,900 CFM. 

Exhaust Relief Models LVX

Exhaust Ventilators are designed for a maximum air velocity of 1200 fpm through the louvered openings and 1200 fpm through the throat. 

Fresh Air Intake Models LVN

Air Intake Ventilators are designed for a maximum inlet velocity of 600 fpm to reduce entrainment of rain or snow to a minimum. The maximum throat velocity is 1200 fpm. 

Acme roof exhaust fan blower ventilator

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Pneumatic conveying is the transport of material from one location to another using air as the conveying medium with which the material is moved. Energy is needed to transport the material from one place to another. This energy can be supplied by a mechanical method (such as conveyor belts, buckets, etc), fan, blower, or a compressor. This newsletter will focus on the use of a fan to convey material.

There are several methods of transporting materials using pneumatic conveying. In general, they seem to fall into three main categories: air conveying, dense phase, and dilute phase. Air conveying is the use of air to create a thin film of air between the material and the surface it is being conveyed on. Air film or air cushion is the use of air injected from below a porous surface such that the conveyed material "floats" along the system. This is somewhat like an air hockey table. Air can be directional causing the material to be transported along a desired path. The advantage to a system such as this is that it requires very little force to move the conveying material and it can be moved or rotated in any direction easily.

Another type of air conveying uses air nozzles with ball valves such that the air only flows through the valves when the conveying material makes contact with the valve depressing the ball. This, of course, reduces the operating costs of the system. However, the first cost of such a system would be higher.

Dense phase conveying is the transport of a slug of material by using high pressure (15 psig and nore) to essentially push the material along the desired path. Compressors or pressure blowers are typically used in this type of conveying system. It is similar to extruding and material is conveyed at relatively low velocities.

Dilute phase conveying uses a relatively large amount of air to convey a relatively small amount of material and at lower pressures than dense phase systems. The material is transported at high velocities through the system while being suspended in air. Dilute phase systems are the most commonly used method of transporting materials. Dilute phase will be the focus for the remainder of this article.

Canada Blower positive pressure blowers are normally used for transporting material from one entry point to one or more exit points. The orientation of components in this type of system is fan, feeder, and then separator. Cement, fly ash, and dry chemicals are examples of products that have been conveyed using this method. There are several different methods to introduce the material into the air stream for positive pressure systems. Screw feeders compress the material and force it into the air stream. Rotary valves drop material into the airstream a little at a time. Using the positive pressure layout, one has to be careful of high velocity impact of introducing material into the air stream. Depending on the material being handled, this could be damaging to the material. Also, if dust is a potential problem with the material, leaks must be eliminated. Since it is pressurized, leaks will be out of the system, so dust can escape through any leak. In this type of system, the material does not go through the fan. There are two advantages to this. First, the fan wheel does not damage the material. Second, the fan does not experience any wear and tear from the material.

Pneumatic conveying is one of several methods of moving material from one location to another. Each individual case must be evaluated for multiple methods of transport before deciding on the best method. Pneumatic conveying, when designed correctly, can provide many benefits over other methods of material transport. The space required for a pneumatic conveying system is typically less than a mechanical method of transport. It can be modified without significant cost. Also, the amount of material lost can be minimized.

Selecting the fan for pneumatic conveying can range from easy to very involved depending on the location of the fan in the system. Special blower construction may be required to handle the additional loading and wear caused by the material being handled. If you are in need of help in determining what type of fan to use or if special construction is required, consult the fan manufacturer.