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1. Know When It's Time For Heating Repair
March 27, 2014

When your thermostat senses that heat is needed in your home, it signals the furnace to turn on. Combustion of the gas and hot products warm the metal of the heat exchanger, switching on the timer for the blower or circulating fan. After a few minutes, this fan begins to circulate air across the exterior of the heat exchanger, allowing the furnace to re-circulate this air throughout your home. As you can see, there are many components of a working furnace, making heating repair essential to the longevity and performance of your HVAC system. Once the winter months arrive, your heating system ne... (read more)

Author: Ace Abbey

2. Mechanical Draft Blower Fan
November 08, 2013

In the natuaral air draft combustion systems the amount of airflow depends on the stack’s height and diameter, the prevailing wind velocity, and the resistance of the burner mechanism or fuel bed itself. The demand for air-cleaning apparatus on combustion systems, particularly oil and coal, has increased the overall system resistance to such an extent that natural draft alone is seldom sufficient. The burning of gas, oil, coal, or other combustible material requires air. When the end result of the burning is to be an efficient combustion process, in compliance with Federal and State Clean ... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

3. Industrial Combustion Fan
November 08, 2013

The volume of air required for theoretically perfect combustion is based on the portion of the combustible substances carbon (C), hydrogen (H2), oxygen (O2), and sulfur (S) contained in fuel. These are the only combustibles found in common fuels. In practice, the combustion system designer should determine the actual air volume requirements and the excess air margin based on an analysis of the fuel in question. The fan selection for the application should be capable of meeting both conditions with good efficiency, economy, and stability. Whenever possible, the actual condition should represent... (read more)

Author: Oleg Cthetchel

4. Blowers and Fans from CBC Blower / New York
November 07, 2013

CBC Blower / New York fans and blowers aare used in a variety of applications throughout industry, ranging from providing air for combustion, process aeration, fermentation, drying, cooling and conveying; for extracting dust or fumes, and for handling any type of unusual gas. As an illustration of the diversity of uses for our products, some applications are: FOOD INDUSTRY - fans for boiler plant in distilleries, breweries and food processing plant. Fans to provide air for germination and drying in maltings. - Turbo pressure blowers to provide air for fermentation in yeast plants an... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

5. Centrifugal High Pressure Blowers
November 07, 2013

NIS-CO Fan HPB Pressure Air Fans are at work in as many diverse applications as they are in locations throughout the world. Clean air applications include combustion air, air drying primary air ejectors, and product cooling. This fan can handle pneumatic conveying systems. The HPB fan is ideal for corrosive exhaust, air pollution systems and chemical processing. By adding ceramic tile or chromium carbide wheel and housing liners, NIS-CO's PA fans easily handle abrasive materials. In particular, fans with ceramic tile liners are extremely effective in pulverized coal applications, handling up t... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

6. Combustion Fan Blower
November 07, 2013

Blower in any combustion process should supply just enough air to completely burn all the fuel, and no more. This will help keep heated, but unused, air from going up the stack. Actually, this idea is approachable with gas burners but impractical with wood- or coal-fired combustion. Thus, nearly all air volume requirements for combustion processes are calculated to include some margin of excess air. Insufficient air volume will result in wasted fuel and excessive particulate along with potentially explosive gases in the exhaust system. From this viewpoint it is better to include excess air vol... (read more)

Author: Oleg Chetchel

7. Centrifugal High Pressure Fans
November 07, 2013

Uses of HPB High Pressure Radial Fans include various manufacturing industries: pulp and Paper, chemical, metals processing, gases production and many others. NIS-CO Fan Pressure Air Fans are at work in as many diverse applications as they are in locations throughout the world. Clean air applications include combustion air, air drying primary air ejectors, and product cooling. This fan can handle pneumatic conveying systems. The HPB fan is ideal for corrosive exhaust, air pollution systems and chemical processing. By adding ceramic tile or chromium carbide wheel and housing liners, Buffal... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

8. Oven Circulation Fan
November 06, 2013

One of the oldest methods for making cast iron is the use of cupola furnaces. These furnaces use large amounts of coal coke to melt the raw iron components. The coke is feed by a forced draft fan to aid in combustion. Induced draft fans are used to exhaust the combustion products from this commonly used foundry process, keeping the work environment safe from toxic fumes. We have been supplying fans to foundries for decades, and have the design and manufacturing capabilities to meet the most demanding system requirements. Ovens are used in a variety of industries for heating and drying pro... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

9. Combustion Fan Blower
November 05, 2013

Blower in any combustion process will supply just enough air to completely burn all the fuel, and no more. This will help keep heated, but unused, air from going up the stack. Actually, this idea is approachable with gas burners but impractical with wood- or coal-fired combustion. Thus, nearly all air volume requirements for combustion processes are calculated to include some margin of excess air. Insufficient air volume will result in wasted fuel and excessive particulate along with potentially explosive gases in the exhaust system. From this viewpoint it is better to include excess air volum... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

10. Oven Fan Ventilator
November 04, 2013

One of the methods for making cast iron is the use of cupola furnaces. These furnaces use large amounts of coal coke to melt the raw iron components. The coke is feed by a forced draft fan to aid in combustion. Induced draft fans are used to exhaust the combustion products from this commonly used foundry process, keeping the work environment safe from toxic fumes. We have been supplying fans to foundries for decades, and have the design and manufacturing capabilities to meet the most demanding system requirements. Ovens are used in a variety of industries for heating and drying product. A... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

11. Radial Fan / Pressure Blowers
October 30, 2013

Applications for Pressure Blowers include: combustion, air, fluid bed aeration, cooling, drying and many process system applications. It is also commonly used in pneumatic conveying systems. It is also commonly used in pneumatic conveying systems. Industrial pressure blowers and high pressure radial fans are supplied in cast aluminum, cast iron, or all welded construction to prevent flexing at high pressure. Available in direct drive arrangements 4 / 4V / 4H / 7 / 8 and belt drive arrangements 1 / 9 S / 9T / 9H. Capacities: to 10,000 CFM. Single stage pressure blowers develop up to 4 psi... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

12. High Pressure Fans - Pressure Blowers
October 29, 2013

Applications for Pressure Blowers include: combustion, air, fluid bed aeration, cooling, drying and many process system applications. It is also commonly used in pneumatic conveying systems. It is also commonly used in pneumatic conveying systems. Industrial pressure blowers and high pressure radial fans are supplied in cast aluminum, cast iron, or all-welded construction to prevent flexing at high pressure. Available in direct drive arrangements 4 / 4V / 4H / 7 / 8 and belt drive arrangements 1 / 9 S / 9T / 9H. Capacities: to 10,000 CFM. Single stage pressure blowers develop up to 4 psi ... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

13. Mechanical Draft Fan Blower
May 01, 2013

Natural draft air supply refers to the use of a chimney or stack to induce an upward flow of air. The stack effect pulls air into the combustion chamber. The amount of airflow depends on the stack’s height and diameter, the prevailing wind velocity, and the resistance of the burner mechanism or fuel bed itself. The demand for air-cleaning apparatus on combustion systems, particularly oil and coal, has increased the overall system resistance to such an extent that natural draft alone is seldom sufficient. The burning of gas, oil, coal, or other combustible material requires air. When the en... (read more)

Author: Oleg Cthetchel

14. Combustion Ventilator
April 17, 2013

Ventilators used in combustion processes, whether forced or induced draft, should be capable of meeting the following minimum requirements: 1) The fan pressure curves should be stable throughout the entire operating range of the system. Certain fans, such as most radials, pressure blowers, and airfoil fns, are stable from wide-open to completely closed-off to offer the broadest possible control range. 2) The fan and all its components should be designed to meet even the test block condition without passing through the first critical frequency of the rotating parts. A common specification... (read more)

Author: Susan Terlitski

15. About a Centrifugal Blower
April 02, 2013

centrifugal blower is used in different industrial jobs. Conveyance of Materials Conveyance is one of the most important applications of an industrial centrifugal blower. It is an important component in a dust collector system for air pollution control in industries. These are employed for conveying materials for loading silos, trucks and railroad cars at the industries. Combustion Oxygen is an important requirement for any combustion process. Therefore in order to supply and maintain the flow of oxygen, blowers are used in various industrial processes. Blowers can supply air ... (read more)

Author: Chintan Parikh

16. Centrifugal Blower and Fans
March 28, 2013

Canada Blower Co. implements high pressure nyb blowers in applications for a broad array of industries. High pressure blowers are utilized for functions such as: - Agitation and aeration - Product cooling and drying - Air Conveying - Supplying combustion air to furnaces and ovens - Air Exhaust - Transporting solid materials - Gas boosting and compression Centrifugal blower fans are categorized by their wheel / blade shapes. These would include: * Forwardly curved * Backwardly Inclined * Backwardly curved * Airfoil * Radial * Radial Tip * Single or doubl... (read more)

Author: Susan Terlitski

17. Blowers and Fans from Buffalo Blower / New York
February 17, 2013

Buffalo Blower / New York fans and blowers aare used in a variety of applications throughout industry, ranging from providing air for combustion, process aeration, fermentation, drying, cooling and conveying; for extracting dust or fumes, and for handling any type of unusual gas. As an illustration of the diversity of uses for our products, some applications are: FOOD INDUSTRY - fans for boiler plant in distilleries, breweries and food processing plant. Fans to provide air for germination and drying in maltings. - Turbo pressure blowers to provide air for fermentation in yeast plant... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

18. Centrifugal High Pressure Blowers
February 05, 2013

Application for HPB High Pressure Radial Fans include various manufacturing industries: pulp and Paper, chemical, metals processing, gases production and many others. Buffalo Fan Pressure Air Fans are at work in as many diverse applications as they are in locations throughout the world. Clean air applications include combustion air, air drying primary air ejectors, and product cooling. This fan can handle pneumatic conveying systems. The HPB fan is ideal for corrosive exhaust, air pollution systems and chemical processing. By adding ceramic tile or chromium carbide wheel and housing liner... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

19. Industrial HVAC Systems - Basic Design and Functionality of Direct Fire Furnaces
November 26, 2012

The most common form of commercial HVAC heating use in factories and warehouses is a direct fired system. A direct fired system can also be called a furnace. Chemical industries use these systems to supply heat for chemical reactions through a boiler. These systems provide heat through fuel combustion, electricity, or induction heating. Furnaces have many components including the burners, heat exchanger, ventilation, controls, and the blower. The burners initiate and sustain the flame and the heat exchanger uses negative pressure to draw in the flame. Combustion occurs in the heat exchanger an... (read more)

Author: Andrew Decosta

20. Centrifugal Blower Fan
November 15, 2012

Buffalo Fan Co. implements high pressure nyb blowers in applications for a broad array of industries. High pressure blowers are utilized for functions such as: - Agitation and aeration - Product cooling and drying - Air Conveying - Supplying combustion air to furnaces and ovens - Air Exhaust - Transporting solid materials - Gas boosting and compression Centrifugal fans employ the use of a rotating impeller to increase the speed of an air stream. The centrifugal speed increases as the air stream reaches the ends of the nyb fan blades and is then converted to pressure. The... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

21. Industrial Ventilation System
November 12, 2012

Thermal Oxidizers – Thermal oxidizers usually provide the highest possible VOC control and efficiency through high-temperature conversion of hydrocarbons to products of combustion. SysTech provides specialized thermal oxidizers, which include features such as: * Operation at high temperatures to combust solvents into water and carbon dioxide. * High destruction efficiencies which are ideal for use with most VOC applications. * Heat recovery capabilities ranging from 50% to 95% resulting in low operating costs. VOCs, or volatile organic compounds are emitted by a wide array of products... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

22. Combustion Fan
November 09, 2012

The amount of air required for theoretically perfect combustion is based on the portion of the combustible substances carbon (C), hydrogen (H2), oxygen (O2), and sulfur (S) contained in fuel. These are the only combustibles found in common fuels. In practice, the combustion system designer should determine the actual air volume requirements and the excess air margin based on an analysis of the fuel in question. The fan selection for the application should be capable of meeting both conditions with good efficiency, economy, and stability. Whenever possible, the actual condition should represent... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

23. Mechanical Draft Blowers
November 07, 2012

Mechanical draft refers to the use of fans or blowers to create airflow through the combustion area. When mechanical draft is incorporated, the chimney or stack is used primarily to direct the exhaust gases up and away where they will not be a nuisance. Because wind velocity and direction are less important, the combustion process can be much more carefully controlled. Mechanical draft is accomplished in one of two ways: when air is blown or forced into the combustion chamber it is known as forced draft, when the air is drawn through the combustion chamber it is called induced draft. When both... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

24. Mechanical Draft Fan
November 06, 2012

Air can be supplied to the combustion process by natural or mechanical draft. Natural draft simply refers to the use of a chimney or stack to induce an upward flow of air. The stack effect pulls air into the combustion chamber. The amount of airflow depends on the stack’s height and diameter, the prevailing wind velocity, and the resistance of the burner mechanism or fuel bed itself. The demand for air-cleaning apparatus on combustion systems, particularly oil and coal, has increased the overall system resistance to such an extent that natural draft alone is seldom sufficient. The burning ... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

25. Combustion Fan
November 02, 2012

Ideally, the fan in any combustion process will supply just enough air to completely burn all the fuel, and no more. This will help keep heated, but unused, air from going up the stack. Actually, this idea is approachable with gas burners but impractical with wood- or coal-fired combustion. Thus, nearly all air volume requirements for combustion processes are calculated to include some margin of excess air. Insufficient air volume will result in wasted fuel and excessive particulate along with potentially explosive gases in the exhaust system. From this viewpoint it is better to include excess... (read more)

Author: Oleg Tchetchel

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