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Industrial Fans Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Syracuse, NY 888-293-7434

    We are driven to bring you the best industrial fans available in the current market. Our researchers work diligently in order to keep our products on the forefront of innovation at all times. We have over 160 years of combined industry and application knowledge that we want to put to work for you! Get in touch with our customer service representatives via telephone or email or browse around our website for more information today!

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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

    Industrial fans are critical for a variety of environmental applications, from water treatment to food processing to natural gas distribution. McKenna is here to help! Besides offering standard industrial fans, we are capable of providing custom fans as well as system integration and installation services. We are ISO 9001:2015 certified, and no project is too difficult for our team of engineers. For more information, please visit our website or call today!

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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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  • 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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Industrial Fans

Industrial fans are air blowers that move and direct air. An industrial fan can be used in applications in every industry. Sports teams use large fans to stay cool during games. Building maintenance services and carpet cleaning companies use special floor drying fans after carpet cleaning or after a spill. Aerospace research and development companies use very large fans to create airflow in wind tunnels. Computers use very small fans to provide air flow that removes heat generated by their components.

The diversity of industrial uses for fans ranges from the most high-tech sectors to the simplest personal air-cooling applications. But the greatest demand for industrial fans comes from the building heating, cooling and ventilation industry. The air in workspaces of every size and variety must be circulated constantly in order to comply with laws pertaining to workplace safety and to create comfortable working conditions, which contribute to productivity. In order to create air circulation, buildings must be equipped with ductwork, heating and cooling equipment and fans to direct and move the flow of air through the building. Different fans for different phases of air circulation are required; they range from exposed ceiling fans to furnace fans at the beginning of ductwork systems.


All industrial fans, whatever their application, are designed in two configurations: radial (or centrifugal) and axial. Axial fans feature blades that rotate around an axis; the movement of axial fan blades closely resembles that of a clock. Axial fans work by creating an imbalance in air pressure in front of and behind their blades. This imbalance causes airflow, and the continued spinning of the blades causes continued airflow. Radial fans also create airflow by creating air pressure imbalance, but they are different in that their blades’ motion more resembles the spinning of a waterwheel than the rotation of hands on a clock. Also, in order to control air flow directionality, radial fans feature spinning blades within an enclosure; the outlet for the air is positioned depending on the fan’s application. A radial floor dryer, for example, is fitted with an outlet at the bottom of its enclosure to direct the airflow as close to the floor as possible. When air is forced through a radial fan’s enclosure, the combination of spinning blades and centrifugal motion caused by the air’s passage through the circular enclosure pressurizes the air. This feature allows radial fans to produce more air pressure than axial fans when operating at the same RPM.

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