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Overview of Products

Biogas Blowers, Biogas Compressors, Turbo Blowers, Vacuum Boosters, Dry Screw Vacuum pumps, and Airknife Drying Systems

Aluminum Airknife

Airknives & Components

High Efficiency Airknives, available in both Extruded Aluminum and Stainless Steel construction are designed to maximize...

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Aqua-Series-Blower

Aqua-Series Blowers

Aqua Series Blowers are specially designed blowers for use in the Aquaculture and Aqua-farming industries. These blowers guarantee... 

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BioGas-Blower

Biogas Blowers

Bio gas blowers have been specially developed for pumping of biogas and specialty gases. These gas blowers are generally used in biogas ...

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Centrifugal-Blower

Centrifugal Blowers

TMCFS Series Centrifugal Blower is a belt-driven, high-Speed Centrifugal blower with a curved turbine blade impeller. Flow rates range...

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Regenerative-Blower

Regenerative Blowers

The regenerative blower, a non-positive displacement blower, is also known as the side-channel blowers or ring compressors, which refer...

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Tri-Lobe-1

Tri Lobe Blowers

Tri Lobe Rotary Air Compressors/Blowers are also commonly referred to as Positive Displacement Blowers (also known as a PD Blower...

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Air-Blower-Horizontal-Disc

Twin Lobe Blowers

Tri Lobe Rotary Air Compressors/Blowers are also commonly referred to as Positive Displacement Blowers (also known as a PD Blower...

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Vacuum-Booster

Vacuum Boosters

Our Mechanical Booster Pumps are being used in growing number of applications where fast pump down times are required, and environment...

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Turbo Blower without cover

Turbo Blowers

Highly Efficient, Super Quiet, Mimimal Footprint Turbo Blowers where requirement for large flowrates and differential pressures is a must.

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Dry Screw Vacuum Pump

Dry Screw Vacuum Pump

Dry vacuum pumps are the newest development in the vacuum pump industry and offer a number of advantages over the traditional vacuum pump designs. 

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Multistage Centrifugal Blower

Multistage Centrifugal Blower

TMC Fluid Sytems offers Multistage Centrifugal Blowers and Exhausters for applications involving both Air and any other type of Specialty Gas, including Merthane Gas, Biogas etc.

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SVC

Sliding Vane Compressors

Sliding Vane Compressors are a type of rotary vane comporessor used to compress gas at much higher pressures than a blower can.

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News/Events 

  1. Is Big Gas finally learning to love biogas?
  2. We need to get behind Renewable Natural Gas
  3. Difference between a Turbo and Positive Displacement Blower
  4. The Difference between Methane and Natural Gas
  5. First Dairy Biogas Project in Connecticut
  6. Does Renewable Natural Gas Have a Future in Energy?
  7. Biogas Offtake Opportunities For Digesters
  8. Wisconsin Dairy Begins Production of Renewable Natural Gas
  9. Anaerobic Digestion Sector Forming a Clearer Picture
  10. Brightmark to Expand Western New York Dairy Biogas Project
  11. Biogas - The Energy Wonder That's Under Our Noses
  12. Power Generation Achieved by a Self-Assembled Biofuel Cell
  13. Less Carbon Dioxide from Natural Gas
  14. Project Uses Renewable Electricity for RNG Production
  15. Smithfield Hog Farm Provides Natural Gas to Missouri City
  16. From Waste to Gas
  17. Gas Clash Threatens Australian Export
  18. Maximizing Opportunities of Anaerobic Digestion from Wastewater
  19. Catalyst to Speed up Conversion of Biomass to Biofuel
  20. How It Works: Ethanol
  21. Anaerobic Digestion - the Next Big Renewable Energy Source
  22. Anaerobic Additions
  23. Three (3) Tech Solutions for Modern Landfills
  24. The Costs and Benefits of Anaerobic Digesters
  25. Bacteria Farts Power Wastewater Plant in Fort Wayne
  26. Europe’s First Poultry Manure Biogas Plant
  27. Electricity Using Pig Manure
  28. $38-Million Biodigester coming to Grand Rapids
  29. Biochar Could Benefit Anaerobic Digestion of Animal Manure
  30. Getting More out of Anaerobic Digestion

 

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Difference between a Turbo and Positive Displacement Blower