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Use these fans in high-pressure, high-flow applications

By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey |

The New York Blower Company

New BC-2200 backward-inclined fans (photo) are designed for high-flow, high-pressure applications handling clean air and light particle-laden or moist-air gas streams in a variety of applications, including thermal oxidation, steelmaking, combustion air, ethanol production, petroleum refineries, dust or fume control, quench cooling and glass production. A BC-2200 fan can be designed to handle temperatures from –50 to over 800°F and can be constructed using a variety of special alloys, such as Hastelloy, Inconel or Carpenter 20, to meet application demands. The fan reaches a volumetric flowrate of 60,000 ft3/min and can be customized according to customer specifications, with options including specialized alloys or coatings, heat-fan construction and spark-resistant construction. To make maintenance easier, two types of split housing options allow for easy access to internal components without disturbing the inlet/outlet connections. Additional accessories, such as cleanout doors and drains, further ease maintenance burdens. — The New York Blower Company, Willowbrook, Ill.

www.nyb.com

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