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Centrifugal Blowers

Centrifugal Blowers and Fans

Centrifugal-Blower Centrifugal Fan

Centrifugal Blowers and Centrifugal Fans

 TMC offers belt-driven and direct-coupled Centrifugal Blowers and Centrifugal Fans for pressure and vacuum duty applications.

Centrifugal Blowers are available from 3-hp to 25-hp. Flow rates range between 100-cfm to 1,200-cfm with discharge pressures up to 3.5-psi.

Centrifugal Fans are available from 1-hp to 15-hp. Flow rates range between 50-cfm to 1,600-cfm with discharge pressures up to 2.5-psi.

Standard Design & Constructional Features Include: 

  • Highly efficient blower with state of the art impeller design
  • Rugged construction - ideal of harsh industrial applications
  • Longer service/operation life
  • Low maintenance with unique belt-tensioning system
  • Multiple discharge configurations available
  • Light and compact Aluminum construction
  • Available with or without Automatic Belt Tensioner

 

 

 

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