Tri-Lobe Blowers

Tri-lobe Blowers

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Positive Displacement (Roots Type) Blower 

A complete range of Tri-Lobe Blowers are available for flow rates from 6-cfm (10-m3/hr) through to approximately 9,000-cfm (15,000-m3/hr) in a single stage arrangement and up to any capacity in parallel configurations. These Tri-Lobe Blowers are ideally suited for working pressures of up to 14.2-psi (1-kg/cm2).

Tri-Lobe Blowers are available as total package units, ready to install or as bare blower units for replacement.


  • 100% oil free air delivery
  • Alloy steel hardened and ground timing gears
  • Anti-friction bearings
  • Rigid one piece CI casing and side plates
  • Easy rotor timing setting
  • No vanes, valves or rings to wear
  • Large inlet and outlet connections for minimum loss

Tri-Lobe Blower - Working Principle

To learn more, or if you have a specific application, send us an email with your requirements. Please be sure to include required Flow Rate and Pressure.

You can email us your requirements at: Tri-Lobe Blower Inquiry

Performance Specifications - Tri-Lobe Blowers


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