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CB Blowers offers a variety of industrial, process and commercial heating, ventilation and air conditioning products for virtually any HVAC application:


Electric Gas Heaters

  • Capacities to 1000 kW, 40 kW/ft2 
  • (3) Electric elements types: open element, tubular element, finned element 
  • Various mounting types: Slip-In, Flanged, Round Collar
  • A superior quality with very reasonable cost 
  • Low maintenance - no serviceable components 
  • Horizontal or vertical duct installation 
  • Capacities above 1000 kW - on application

Air Systems

  • High-penetration air knife blowers 
  • Laminar flow air curtain fans 
  • Tangential blowers 
  • Air gates 
  • Air screens 
  • Air circulation fan systems 
  • Material handling blower systems 
 
 

Electric duct heater
Neptronic electric duct heaters
Neptronic electric duct heater
 

Industrial blowoff airknife
Blow-off air-knife industrial system
Industrial air curtain

 

Filters

  • Paint booth filters 
  • Odor control/HEPA filters 
  • Filter housings/bag in-bag out/air tight 
  • Fan-pack filter units 
  • Filter bags for dust collectors 
Industrial air filter filtration HVAC system

Dampers and Actuators

  • Fan and blower dampers 
  • Louvers and shutters 
  • Butterfly and vortex dampers 
  • Electric/pneumatic actuators 
  • Isolation and flow diverter dampers 
Industrial air damper

Radiant Heaters

  • Gas-fired infrared heaters 
  • Low-intensity infrared heaters 
  • Tube and saucer designs 
  • Custom configuration 
  • Steam unit heaters 
Industrial radiant heater

Sound/Vibration Control

  • Blower and fan silencers
  • Industrial sound enclosures
  • Acoustical panels 
  • Vibration eliminators
  • Stack silencers
Fan blower silencer

Industrial Enclosures

  • Acoustica rooms 
  • FRP Enclosures 
  • Paint booths and clean rooms 
  • Partition wall systems 
  • Design and erection 
Blower fan acoustical enclosure

TYPICAL INDUSTRIES / APPLICATIONS

General Ventilation (exhaust, filtration, return and supply air of commercial buildings), Air Pollution Control, Automotive, Chemical, Fertilizer, Food & Beverage, Laboratory Exhaust, Metal & Mineral Processing, Water &
Wastewater Treatment, Data Center Exhaust, General Ventilation, Odor Control, Paint Booth Exhaust

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Designers of Madok heat exchangers, stainless steel pressure blowers, induscr draft ventilators, force draft ventilators, leader ventilators, high pressure centrifugal blowers, high CFM axial fans, high air flow ventilators, dust collecting fans, radial pressure blowers, vacuum blowers & fans, stainless steel ventilation fans, air handling fans, airhandling blowers, FRP pressure blowers, SST pressure fans, oven & dryer circulation fans, drying blowers.















Induced Draft Fans, Induced Draft Blowers, Industrial Oven Fans, Oven Fans, Lab Hood Exhaust Fans, Lab Hood Exhaust Blowers, Material Handling Fans,
        Material Handling Blowers, Odor Control Fans, Odor Control Blowers, Oil Mist Fans Oil Mist Blowers, Oxidizer Fans, Oxidizer Blowers, Thermal Oxidizer Fans,
        Thermal Oxidizer Blowers, Parking Garage Fans, Parking Garage Blower, Exhaust Fans, Exhaust Blowers, Pickling Fans, Pickling Blowers, Pneumatic Conveying Fans,
        Pneumatic Conveying Blowers, Pollution Control Fans, Pollution Control Blowers, Process Cooling Fans, Process Cooling Blowers, Process Heating Fans,
        Process Heating Blowers, Spray Booth Fans, Spray Booth Blowers, Scrubber Fans, Scrubber Blowers, Snow making Fans, Snow Making Blowers, Tempering Fans,
        Tempering Blowers, Vacuum System Fans, Vacuum System Blowers, Wave Pool Fans, Wave Pool Blowers, Wind Tunnel Fans Wind Tunnel Blowers.
Centrifugal fans displace air radially, thus diverting the direction of air by 90 degree. At a constant speed of fan, centrifugal fan will move constant volume of air and not constant mass of air. Hence it is called as constant volume fan. This can be achieved from centrifugal fans with different construction and design.

emergency smoke evacuation fans may never be used, but they must be installed and be capable of exhausting high temperature air and smoke in the event of a fire. In contrast, high temperature process ventilation requires continuous duty exhaust of high temperature air, fumes or particulate. Both application types are uniquely different requiring special construction and system design considerations. In this article, we will examine both types of exhaust applications, looking first at the emergency smoke exhaust category. Since emergency smoke exhaust deals with lifesafety issues, there are governing bodies in place that identify and regulate specific design and performance standards. The administration and organization of the various governing bodies is subject to modification based on the needs of the industry. Currently, four such agencies are Industrial Risk Insurers (IRI), Southern Building Code Congress International, Inc (SBCCI), the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL). IRI insures properties all over the world based on an informational manual, which details the construction requirements that belt drive emergency heat and smoke exhausters must meet in order to be covered by IRI.

SBCCI is a not-for-profit organization of government officials from the United States and several foreign governments, which serves a strong leadership role in the delivery of model building codes. The purpose of the NFPA can be summarized into three main categories. First, NFPA promotes the science and improves the methods of fire protection and prevention, electrical safety, and other related safety goals. Secondly, it obtains and circulates information on these subjects. And thirdly, it secures the cooperation of its members and the public in establishing proper safeguards against loss of life and property. The fourth organization is Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.. UL is a non-profit, independent organization that maintains and operates laboratories for examination and testing of devices, systems and materials to determine their relation to life, casualty hazards and crime prevention. UL has three safety standards that apply to emergency smoke exhaust products. UL705 is concerned with the mechanical and electrical construction to insure safe operation. All electrical components (motor, wiring, switches, enclosures, etc.) must be ULlisted. UL793 is concerned with the lifting mechanism for the butterfly dampers and the fusible link. In order for a product to be listed in the UL Directory under  Power Ventilators for Smoke Control Systems,  it must meet the requirements of both UL705 and UL793. Additionally, UL must witness a full-scale test of a fan operating for the required time at the specified elevated and temperature.

So what makes one fan more capable of sustaining higher temperatures than another fan? Each model has a recommended maximum operating temperature based on the construction materials, drive components, and airflow characteristics. The limiting temperature is determined to be the highest temperature that any component of the fan assembly will reach during any operating cycle. Similarly, the maximum operating temperature is typically determined to be the lowest temperature that begins to exceed the capacity of any one component. For example, in some cases the bearings may be the limiting component, while in other cases the fan s impeller construction material may be the limiting component. The construction material is perhaps the most obvious element of the fan to consider when dealing with a high-temperature application. In general, aluminum withstands maximum temperatures up to 250 F, standard carbon steel up to 750 F, and 316 stainless steel up to 1000 F. Critical components are many times constructed of ferrous materials to withstand the higher temperatures. If temperatures were to exceed 300 F, for example, aluminum would be eliminated as a construction material option. Other construction considerations include bearing type, drive component selections, means of ventilation and cooling of the drive components, and insulation options.

The most common way of simplifying construction and component specifications to accommodate high temperature applications is to maintain separate categories based on the specified temperature range and time requirements.
 
Canadian Blower has four Heat Option Packages for high temperature operation. Heat Option I construction is designed for continuous operation between 200 F and 500 F. Heat Option II construction meets specifications requiring the fan to exhaust 500 F air for a minimum of four hours in an emergency smoke removal situation per IRI requirements. Heat Option III construction meets the specifications requiring the fan to exhaust 1000 F air for a minimum of 15 minutes in an emergency smoke removal situation per SBCCI. This construction also surpasses the IRI requirements for 500 F for a minimum of four hours. Heat Option IV construction meets specifications for UL Listed  Power Ventilators for Smoke Control Systems. This includes the IRI requirement of 500 F for a minimum of four hours, the SBCCI requirements of 1000 F for a minimum of 15 minutes, and the Snow Load Test for butterfly dampers in UL-793.