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Canada Blower

Manufacturers and distributors of industrial, process and commercial fans, blowers and ventilators.
We supply different types of heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment.
To order call: 1-866-A BLOWER

Heat Exchangers

Industrial, Process and Commercial



Heat Exchangers

Heatin cooling coli industrial heat exchanger


Steam, Water & Glycol Finned Coils

Copper, aluminum, steel, stainless steel, nickel.
Heresite are other coatings are available.


Face & Bypass Dampered Coils

Unit Heaters

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Liquid-to-Air Heat Exchangers
Air-to-Air Heat Exchangers


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Manufacturer of I.D. blowers, F.D. blowers, force draft fans, force draft blowers, blow off ventilators / fans, PVC FRP SST ventilators, squirrel cage blower fans, high pressure centrifugal ventilators, Chicago blowers, aluminum fans, stainless steel ventilators, hot air blowers, heating fans, high temperature oven ventilators, high pressure air blowers, squirrel cage blower wheels, Peerless Dayton ventilators, Sheldons blowers, New York fans NYB, TCF, Delhi fans blowers.
An inadequately ventilated office environment or a poorly designed ventilation system can lead to the build up of a variety of indoor air pollutants. Air pollutants can originate within the building or be drawn in from outdoors. Examples of sources that originate outside a building include:

- pollen, dust and fungal spores
- general vehicle exhaust
- odors from dumpsters
- re-entrained exhaust from the building itself or from neighboring buildings
Static electricity problems (affecting hair and clothes, particularly synthetic fibers) are good indicators of an office with low relative humidity