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Canada Blower is a leading supplier of industrial and commercial centrifugal and axial fans, blowers, ventilators for various air-moving applications.
We offer a complete line of fan equipment, from small panel fans capable of moving a few hundred cubic feet per minute, to large, heavy-duty industrial mechanical draft fans with capacities to 1,000,000 CFM, and with static pressures from 0" Water Gauge (WG) to 150" WG.

Canada Blower products include standard centrifugal fan and axial fan designs as well as custom manufactured units to meet our customers' requirements.

Canada Blower have supplied fans to a wide range of industries and applications including: combustion air supply, material handling, process ventilation, ovens and dryers, iron and steel industry, mine and tunnel ventilation, petro-chemical, power generation, marine and off-shore structures, pulp and paper, HVAC, paint/spray booths, fertilizer, and various emission control applications. For commercial HVAC market, Canada Blower offer general ventilation fans for insitutional and retail buildings, schools, restaurants and hospitals. Special materials, construction, explosion-proof and spark-resistant design, variety of coatings and accessories are available to fit any application needs.

Canada Blower air moving products are best known for "industrial quality" assuring reliable performance, relentless dependability, and longevity. A staff of specially trained engineers will design a dependable fan that exactly fits customers' dimensional and performance reqirements. Canada Blower fans are sold and serviced by air moving experts that can evaluate your needs and provide best recommendations for your fan / blower application.

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Radial blade fans were at one time commonly used for induced draft service. However, as pollution requirements have become more stringent and control devices have been added to reduce flue gas particulates (ahead of the induced draft fan), radial-tip blade or even backwardly-inclined fans have become popular due to their higher efficiencies and higher volumetric characteristics. The exception to this is where high efficiency scrubbers are used and the pressure requirements are increased to where the radial-bladed fans are more suited.
The first induced-draft fans were applied to hand-fired, solid-fuel boilers where the combustion chamber had to be at a negative pressure to permit the operator to shovel in fuel. When oil and gas became primary fuel sources, boiler designers were able to seal the combustion chambers. As a result, forced draft fans became popular. The advantages were lower fan power and fans handling clean air (no corrosion or abrasion) at ambient conditions. These factors encouraged the use of airfoil fans, further reducing power consumption. This led to the almost universal use of pressurized firing in gas, oil, and pulverized coal boilers.

Forced draft fans and blowers are common for cast iron firetube and small water tube boilers. The fan or blower serves to provide the air and the velocity necessary for the fuel-to-air mixture to enter the actual combustion chamber. When used in conjunction with induced draft, the forced-draft fan is often called the primary air fan since it provides the primary combustion supply air. The induced-draft fan provides the airflow necessary to overcome system resistance and exhaust the flue gases. Some combustion systems draw hot, perhaps dirty air from other processes. Forced draft fans for such systems are called gas recircula tion fans, and must be selected for the rigorous conditions under which they will operate.