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Spot-Cleaning Air

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Providing clean air to limited-sized spaces within open areas or building that don’t have great climate control is no easy task, especially in temporary structures.  Air Cleaning BlowersTM (ACBs) can provide clean air both economically and efficiently in both a mobile or stationary application.

The ACB can be mounted on a movable base or can be installed with stationary supports to remove dust and other particles from the air to blow clean air onto people, equipment and workstations.  The flow of cleaned air keeps objects and people cleaner and ventilated and this can be done both inside and outside.

Clean controls in heavy dust

When used specifically for spot blowers, ACBs work similarly to spot-cooler air conditioners.  The clean air blown out is focused on a particular person or location.  ACBs can also be combined with an air conditioner to help reduce its maintenance and life by pre-cleaning the air before it enters the filter to reduce the clogging of the filter.

The Air Cleaning Blower works by pulling that dirty air into its housing like any other fan would.  The Air is then spun around with the blower inside its housing and with the use of centrifugal force separates the dusts and other particles from the air.  The dust and particles that are separated are blown down a shoot and back into the place they came from, while clean air is blown out the other side onto the spot specific location, such as a workspace, person or equipment.  All of this is done without any type of filter elements or media.  Other filters and air purifiers that use filter elements often clog quickly.  This decreasing the efficiency of the fan, increases the amount of energy consumption and requires constant maintenance and repair.  Alternately because the ACB has no filter media you can be sure you are getting constant air flow, air pressure and steady energy consumption all while cleaning and ventilating the air onto you, your workspace or your equipment.


Plant Floor: Keep dust off motors and other equipment, controls, personnel.

Electrical Enclosures: Provide clean air to the fans that cool VFDs, control boxes, control rooms, elevator controls, transformers.

Eating & Cooking Areas: Keep dust off food outdoors and indoors.

Construction Sites: Blow clean air onto workers sanding sheet rock or floors, doing demolition, sand blasting, and painting.

Maintenance Sites: Blow clean air over work areas and equipment in hangars and other open areas.