Humidity of the air is crucial for air quality in the textile fabric production. The fibrous material manufactured in plants needs to maintain a specific humidity and temperature to be processed effectively. Textile manufacturers use air washers to cool, humidify, dehumidify and clean the air to prevent damage during production. Drum filters are typically used in the nonwoven industry for manufacturing products such as diapers, sanitary napkins, and surgical pads. Drum filters have become the standard in the nonwoven industry and are known for their efficiency and compact designs with relatively large air flows. Twin City Fan is a leading supplier of the main system fans located on the clean side of the process. Buffalo Blower fans are often selected for this particular application because of their ability to cover a wide performance range and various operating conditions. Forming fans play an integral role for forming products in the nonwoven industry, such as diapers. These fans create the negative pressure in the forming chamber, giving the product its shape. We typically provide our model RBW radial bladed fan with a backplate for this application. The RBW is capable of producing high static pressures at medium to low airflows. |
Air washers balance the required humidity of the plant air by humidifying the air during the dry seasons and dehumidifying the air when conditions are more humid. This is accomplished by using re-circulated heated or chilled water that is sprayed into the air. Canadian Blower fans are used to draw air through these air washer systems and typically provide adjustable pitch axial fans in the range of 2.5" to 4" static pressure. Regardless of the size of your operation and system requirements, Canadian Blower is capable of manufacturing virtually any size fan or blower to meet your exact specifications. Air strippers are used on drum filters for removing material build up on the filter. The vacuum nozzles on the filter remove the fiber/particulate which are then disposed of or used for reclaiming the material. The fans used in this particular application require higher pressure at a relatively low airflow along with a radial blade design for handling the material. Because of these factors Buffalo Blower model ORB incorporates radial blades with a backplate to prevent long stingy material from collecting around the shaft.
Aeration involves moving air through either a solid or fluid medium bed and is used for various purposes. Depending on specific material being aerated, our fans are utilized for moisture control in applications such as grain bin storage, and also provide oxygen and control moisture/temperature in composting applications. Due to varying environmental conditions, fans used in aeration systems often require special construction such as fiberglass, alloys and specialty coatings. The control and containment of air containing a biological hazard is crucial for maintaining a safe environment. An air handling system designed to move such material must be designed to ensure contaminated air does not escape. This can be accomplished with an induced draft fan that will maintain a negative pressure, so that any leaks in a system draw outside atmosphere in, as opposed to allowing the contaminated air out. Biomass and Incineration are two new methods of generating power that utilize renewable biological fuels and refuse as their main fuel source. The process of converting these fuels into an energy source requires the use of specialized boiler system. Issues such as dust loading and corrosion can become major concerns if your system does not utilize the proper fan for exhausting particulate and gas emissions. That is why selecting the right fan is crucial for optimizing the performance and longevity of your overall system. We offer a wide range of underfire combustion air fans, overfire air fans and induced draft fans needed to stand up to the harsh operating environments.
Flue gas recirculation is a highly effective technique used for lowering Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) emissions from burners. This is particularly crucial, as NOx is a significant pervasive pollutant that produces a negative array of health and environmental by-products. NOx emission levels can be greatly reduced in industrial boilers by reticulating used flue gases back into the system. This process lowers the peak combustion temperature and drops the percentage of oxygen in the combustion air and flue gas mixture, delaying the formation of NOx caused by high flame temperatures. TCF offers a wide range of centrifugal blowers specifically designed to be used with FGR systems.
Forced Draft fans purpose is to provide a positive pressure to a system. This basic concept is used in a wide variety of industries but the term FD Fans is most often found in the boiler industry. Fans for boilers force ambient air into the boiler, typically through a preheater to increase overall boiler efficiency. Inlet or outlet dampers are used to control and maintain the system pressure. Typical fan arrangements are 3SI or 3DI which utilize a wheel center hung on the shaft with integral inlet boxes.
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