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Air Blowers Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial air blower manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source air blower manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These air blower companies can design, engineer and manufacture air blowers to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these air blower manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of hot air blower, air blower fans, commercial air blowers.

  • Syracuse, NY 888-293-7434

    We do air blowers and we do them well! We work closely with our customers to assure that we match each products capability to our clients’ specific requirements. We have products to fit your every need and we are dedicated to providing you with only the best! To learn more about what we can do for you and to learn about our company, get in touch with our customer service division via telephone or email today!

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  • Dallas, TX 800-323-2439

    Orion Fans, a division of Knight Electronics, designs, develops and manufactures a broad line of AC fans, DC fans, EC fans, fan trays, fan accessories, motorized impellers, and blowers to meet the continuing thermal management needs of OEMs worldwide. With the quickest response, largest available fan inventory, shortest lead times and competitive pricing, Orion Fans will deliver the exact cooling solution you need, faster than anyone.

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  • Exton, PA 800-456-9460

    At SysTech, we know that industrial blowers and fans are the “heart” of process and ventilation systems. We have over 35 years of experience providing blowers that are energy efficient, powerful, and can stand the test of time. Our staff will analyze pressure or vacuum requirements, allotted space for installation, amount of airflow, and airstream limitations to ensure that your product integrates perfectly into your system.

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  • Gardena, CA 310-667-4375

    McKenna is at the forefront of our industry, and we have been providing air blowers for a variety of industrial markets around the world since our founding in 1978. Our air blowers can either be used for heavy-duty use in industrial settings, or we can design them to be part of a broader solution for your application. Our engineers will work with you from the conceptual stage right through to completion and installation. Contact us today to learn more!

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  • Alabaster, AL 205-621-4321

    For over 35 years, Barron Fan Technology has offered a complete line of custom-designed heavy-duty industrial fans, industrial blowers and exhaust fans. We also offer fan impeller repair, high-efficiency fans, corrosion-resistant fans, abrasive-resistant fans and material handling fans. Contact us today to learn more about our line of products.

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  • Winnipeg, MB 204-222-4216

    Since 1959, Northern Blower® has offered a wide range of industrial blowers and fans including centrifugal fans, axial fans, swingout fans and custom made fans. Contact us today for information on our quality fans, blowers and equipment. We are committed to the manufacture of a rugged, long-lasting product delivered on time, every time. AMCA Member and ISO 9001:2000 Registered.

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New ROTRON® Minispiral Wide Body, Variable Air Flow Regenerate Blower by AMETEK Now on the Market

AMETEK is proud to introduce the new ROTRON® Minispiral 12V HDC Extra Flow / Extra Wide Regenerative Blower, which combines a state of the art electronics package and a high-performance DC brushless motor/blower. This combination allows for air pressure up to 26 inches of water gauge and air flow delivery up to 12 standard cubic feet per minute from a four-inch diameter package. Compact and quiet, the Minispiral blower has a high performance design, weighing less than two pounds and measuring 4.18 inches by 1.83 inches. The unit includes a... Read More

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Air Blowers

Air blowers are industrial fans that are used to move atmosphere. That atmosphere is usually just air, though air blowers are used widely in settings like industrial kitchens where smoke is generated and needs to be removed. Air blowers are used in industrial, manufacturing, commercial and retail settings to ventilate, circulate, cool and dry.

Air blowers reduce heat levels in factories and moisture in bathrooms; they move fresh air through greenhouses, gyms and spas; they reduce smoke and odors in cooking and processing applications; they prevent the buildup of fumes in chemical and oil manufacturing facilities. Air blowers offer safer, more comfortable working conditions. Air blowers are available in many configurations of velocity, pressure, airflow direction and speed. Blowers can perform as permanent, mounted fixtures; many blower systems, especially large systems, are built into the structure of the buildings in which they are used. Others can be mounted on ceilings or walls. Still more fans are easily movable, either for the purposes of providing temporary airflow in a certain area or to dry a surface after a spill or carpet after cleaning.


Air blowers can be radial (or centrifugal) or axial in their design. Axial fans are most prominent in light-duty applications, and for that reason they are more recognizable to most people. Axial fans take their name from the word axis, which is the thing around which fan axial fan blades spin. Axial fans work by spinning their curved blades, which creates areas of positive and negative pressure. This imbalance of pressure forces atmosphere in one direction; that movement of atmosphere is also known as air circulation. Radial fans serve the same purpose, but they are configured in a different way. While axial fan blades are positioned vertically (that is, a person standing in front of an axial fan at eye level would see the surface of the fan blades), radial fan blades are positioned horizontally (which means that a person looking at a radial fan blade at eye level would see the blade from the side). The result of this change in configuration is a change in the direction of airflow. Because most radial fan blades are curved, the air in a radial blower enters from the side of the fan (which is usually partially covered by grating or wire) and leaves the tips of the fan’s blades through a chute.  

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