AirPro recently built Induced Draft Blowers for an overseas pharmaceutical dryer application. The fans were designed to pull over 100″ WGSP vacuum as they dry powder for final processing. AirPro performed a customer witnessed performance test to confirm actual results consistent with customer specifications.
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 built the following fan for a Wisconsin company that dries potatoes for use in animal feed. The exhaust fan is installed at the end of the drying process. A gradual build-up of particulate on the wheel resulted in excessive fan vibration levels. AirPro field service technicians were hired to balance the fan, restoring it to smooth operation.
Story: These massive BIHS 890 (Backward Inclined) ID air circulation fans were built in 2006 for a US gypsum company. Today, 9 years after they were built, the fans are running strong. According to the plant, the only repairs they have performed to date are occasional belt replacements (due to 24/365 operation).
For this US pellet producer, AirPro supplied many industrial fans of various types including IEAH 451 (Industrial Exhaust Air Handling Fans), RTHS 330 (Radial Tipped Fans), & BIHS 402 (Backward Inclined Fans).