An Industrial Blower or Centrifugal
Blower typically has one of seven types of wheels that
draw the air into the inlet of the blower housing while an Axial
Flow Fan or Industrial Axial Fan uses a propeller to draw the air
into it. The air in and industrial or centrifugal blower is drawn
through the wheel, and discharged at 90 degrees out through the
discharge of the housing. An axial flow fan discharges it in the
same axial direction. Fans are air-moving devices with propellers
while blowers are those with a wheel.
A cup shaped impeller design minimizes turbulence maximizing air
volume production. Hitachi's blower impeller design and single path
air compression lets you use smaller compressor blowers for large
air volume applications. You save money by purchasing a Hitachi
blower that costs less than competitive blowers and makes the same
or more air.
Hitachi's E Series High Volume Vortex Blower
can be used in a variety of applications. The Hitachi radial vane
impeller design allows operation in either direction with the same
Hitachi's G Series High
Pressure Vortex Blower generates high speed air via
maintaining an optimal vane surface, enabling higher pressure
blower for discharge and vacuum applications.