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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

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HVAC Equipment Components

Humidifiers and De-Humidifiers

Electrical steam humidifiers
Element and electrode types
Modulating humidification
Gas and spray humidifiers
Refridgerant and desiccant de-humidifiers


Steam electric humidifier for gas humidifiers humidification


Filtration Units

Odor control / HEPA filters
Fan-pack units/ air-tight housings
Filter housings, filter boxes,bag in / bag out


Industrial process air filter filtraion fan blower system

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Dampers and Actuators

Fan and blower dampers
Isolation / flow diverter dampers
Louvers and shutters


Fan blower damper industrial Industrial process airtight air damper Blower fan damper Fan blower air damper industrial

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Air Systems

High penetration air knives
Air curtains / gas gates / air screens
Material handling & pnematic conveying systems


Industrial process airknife for industtrial blow-off High pressure blower system of pressure blowers in series

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Silencers and Enclosures

Blower and fan silencers
Metal & FRP buildings
Vibration eliminators and acoustial enclosures


Industrial gas-fired airhandling unit AHU air handler Silencer fo industrial fan pressure blower

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HVAC Controls

Electric & pnematic damper actuators
Motorized Valves
Control equipment, building automation systems

Electric actuator Neptronic Neptronic electric actuator HVAC fan blower control


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The following recommendations and guidelines are useful in preventing indoor air quality problems:
* HVAC systems should receive periodic cleaning and filters should be changed on a regular basis on all ventilation systems.
* The ventilation system should introduce an adequate supply of fresh outside air into the office and capture and vent point air pollutant sources to the outside.
* Office machinery should be operated in well-ventilated areas. Most office machinery does not require local exhaust ventilation in areas that are already provided with 7-10 air changes per hour. Photocopiers should be placed away from workstations. Workers should vary work tasks to avoid using machines excessively.
* Office equipment should be cleaned/maintained according to the manufacturer's recommendations. Properly maintained equipment will not generate unhealthy levels of pollutants.
* Special attention should be given to operations that may generate air contaminants (such as painting, pesticide spraying, and heavy cleaning). Provisions for adequate ventilation must be made during these operations or other procedures, such as performing work off-hours or removing employees from the immediate area, utilized High temperatures have been associated with fatigue, lassitude, irritability, headache and decrease in performance, coordination and alertness. A number of factors interact to determine whether people are comfortable with the temperature of the indoor air. The activity level, age, and physiology of each person affect the thermal comfort requirements of that individual. Extreme heat, which is unlikely to be found in an office environment, can result in heat rash, exhaustion, and fainting. Workers who may be less alert or fatigued from a high temperature environment may be more prone to accidents. .

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