How does it work:
Air-Cleaning BlowersTM (ACBs) work by pulling dirty air into their housings like any other fans or blowers would. The blower wheel inside their housings then maneuver the debris in a novel, multi-patented way to use centrifugal force to separate the dusts and other particles from the air. The ACBs then eject the debris and blow it through a shoot and back into the place where it came from, usually outdoors, but they could also direct the particles back into the column of air or the conveyor loading a silo. The clean air then blows out where you want it. The Air-Cleaning BlowersTM accomplishes all this without any type of filter elements or media that need replacement, labor or other maintenance cost.
Other filters and air purifiers that use filter elements, even self-cleaning devices, often clog quickly and expensively. This clogging decreases the effectiveness of the fan, increases the amount of energy consumption and requires constant maintenance and repair. In contrast, because the ACB has no filter media to clog, replace or maintain, you can be sure you generate constant air flow, air pressure and steady energy consumption for ventilating, pressurizing or feeding air compressors and other equipment helping to properly ventilate greenhouses. They can also blow clean air into an evaporative (swamp) cooler to keep its media clean longer. Unlike cyclonic systems, ACBs do not spin the contaminants around and have no valves to clog.