What is blower?
It is used to transfer gas and air. Unlike vacuum pumps (which are suction), blowers perform the blowing operation. There are different types of blowers. Positive displacement, rotary, regenerative, reciprocating, rotating part, centrifugal and… are the types of this pump. Blowers are produced in single-stage and multi-stage versions.
According to these explanations, we generally classify the types of blowers into the following categories:
Roots Lab Blower
The blower and the vacuum are the most important advantages of this type of pump. The Roots pump can be used as both a blower and a vacuum. Another difference of Roots pumps is their wide range in ventilation volume.
Side Channel Blower
This pump also performs blowing and suction. The mechanism of this pump is by creating turbulence and eddy action. This pump is also produced with different powers. Side channel pumps reach 500 mbar in one stage and 200 mbar in two stages for creating a vacuum. This pump is mostly used for shallow aeration, low pressure and pneumatic systems.
A fan is generally a device that allows air or any kind of fluid pass through. These fans are powered by electric motors. Unlike compressors, fans produce high-volume but very low-pressure airflow.
The screw is both blowing and sucking. These types of blowers are used for compressed air with very high pressure.
Application of blowers in industries:
Electroplating and galvanizing industries
Car air supply with high air requirement
Flour production industries
Aeration of aquatic pools
Paper and cardboard industries
Ceramic tile industry
And….In general, the application of this system is very wide and they are used in most industries.