Blower manufacturer| Axial Fans|Centrifugal Blower
Blower manufacturer| Axial Fans|Centrifugal Blowers
Blower manufacturer | Axial Fans | Centrifugal Blower supplier
 
manufacturer of centrifugal Blowers | Axial fans
 

Industrial Fan Co. is one of the leading manufacturers of centrifugal blower and axial fan. Industrial Fan Company was founded by a group of young entrepreneurs with ambitious plans and assisted by a team of top engineers in the fan / blower industry.

 
 
 Suppliers of industrial OEM direct drive blowers, OEM fans, commercial ventilators, industrial centrifugal fans, centrifugal blowers, pressure blowers, industrial radial blowers, radial blade blower fans, direct drive ventilators, direct drive centrifugal ventilators, direct drive centrifugal blowers, direct drive radial blade blowers, direct drive OEM fans, direct drive industrial fans.

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Industrial Fan Co.

Phone: 1-888-763-1800

Fax: 1-866-237-8326

Email Contact Person

Mr. Oleg Tchetchel

 
Engineering sales of air knife blowers, blow off fans, stainless steel fans and SST blowers, spark resistant ventilators, combustion blowers, vane axial / tube axial blowers, high pressure ventilators, sealed blowers and fans, FRP fiberglass ventilators.
 
North American supplier of industrial ventilation equipment: all types of industrial process and OEM blowers, general building ventilation fans, mancooler ventilators. Engineering sales of air knife blowers, blow off fans, stainless steel fans and SST blowers, spark resistant ventilators, combustion blowers, vane axial / tube axial blowers, high pressure ventilators, sealed blowers and fans, FRP fiberglass ventilators. Fans handling hot airstreams must have sufficient airflow and be kept in operation until airstream temperatures cool below 120 F to prevent damage to the fan unit. The Tubeaxial fan ambient air cooling system is only effective while fan is operating. The following information is a representative, but is not an all-inclusive, list of the types of locations and operations that require hazardous location air exhaust / ventilation equipment in at least certain areas. Consult the current National Electric Code® for complete and current information.