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Pressure Blower features backward inclined wheel.

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March 5, 2014 - With its backward inclined wheel, Backward Curved (BC) Pressure Blower is capable of handling air flows to 80,000 cfm, pressures to 110 in. wg, and temperatures to 800°F (180º F for Arrangement 4). Blade diameters range form 24–73 in., and there are 7 discharge positions available. Capable of handling both clean air and light particulate-laden/moist air and gas streams, fan also features flanged round discharge and optional inlet box. Split housing standard on Size 73 facilitates shipping.

New York Blower Co.

7660 Quincy St., Willowbrook, IL, 60527, USA

Original Press Release

New York Blower Announces BC Pressure Blower Products

Press release date: March 3, 2014

The New York Blower Company is proud to announce the release of the Backward Curved (BC) Pressure Blower. Utilizing a high efficiency, backward inclined wheel, this fan is capable of air flows to 80,000 CFM, pressures to 110”, and temperatures to 800 degrees.

Strategically positioned between the Type HPPB (High Pressure Pressure Blower) and the High Pressure Backward Inclined fan, nyb now offers the most complete line of pressure blowers and high capacity backward curved products on the market today.

The following are the specifications for the BC Pressure Blower fan line:
BC (Backward Curved Wheel Design)
Design features:
• Flows to 80,000 CFM
• Pressures to 110” wg
• Temperatures to 800º F (180º F for Arrangement 4)
• Sizes from 24” to 73” blade diameter
• Split housing standard on Size 73 to facilitate shipping
• Arr. 1, 4 and 8
• 7 discharge positions
• Flanged round discharge
• Optional inlet box

Applications: this fan is capable of both clean air and light particulate-laden/moist air gastreams including:
• Thermal oxidation
• Steel plants
• Combustion air
• Nuclear
• Ethanol
• Refineries
• Dust/fume control
• Quench cooling

Feel free to contact the Sales Department if you have any questions

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