A European company recently contracted AirPro to build an induced draft (ID) fan for their US-based project. The project had several custom requirements including a very short lead time within a fixed budget. Successful execution required a dedicated AirPro project team.
AirPro recently built two custom blowers for a Fluid Bed Dryer installed at a US thermoplastics / petrochemical production facility. The exhaust blowers were fully customized to match the ordering OEM’s specifications including custom overhung shaft, custom split housing & inbox, and galvanized unitary base.
Built for a large chemical processing plant, this impressive blower was specified through the end-user’s consulting engineer. Some of the features included API specs, 304 SS, dedicated project team for completely custom design, and field installation inspection & balance.
The following exhaust fan was installed on the dust collection system for a US producer of pelletized sulfate. Pelletized sulfate is a soil amendment used to improve soil properties in corn, soybean, and other crops.
Story: The following high temperature fan was built for a power company in Colorado. Several years ago, the customer had purchased a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system with fans provided by a competitor. What followed was a continuous string of unresolved bearing failures that resulted in unreliable performance and unacceptable maintenance costs. Finally, AirPro was called in to review the application and offer a solution.
The following plug fan was rebuilt for a US steel company that heat treats customer supplied castings for automotive companies. After this user’s fan from another fan supplier failed, AirPro was asked to produce a dimensional & functional match. AirPro’s engineers reverse engineered the “model fan” and produced a “match.”
Our customer requested an expedited delivery on Monday because they needed the fan ASAP. Sales promised a 5-day delivery. Engineering provided an accurate, customer-specific design. In two days Manufacturing built a rugged, industrial duty fan with custom dimensions. By Friday, 4 days following confirmation of expedited ship date, the fan had been balanced, painted, assembled, trimmed, and shipped.