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blower

1. a low-pressure rotary compressor, esp in a furnace or internal-combustion engine
2. an informal name for a whale

blower

[′blō·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A fan which operates where the resistance to gas flow is predominantly downstream of the fan.

blower

A fan, often heavy-duty, used in HVAC system applications.

blower

A mechanical device such as a fan used to move a large volume of air at low pressure. Also refers to an engine-driven supercharger.
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HR Blowers takes its name from the product it manufactures - Holmes Roots blowers.
The combination of these elements plus the integrated variable speed drive (VSD) results in a machine that uses 30 per cent less energy than the previous lobe type blowers.
In addition to the side channel blowers, customers can use the on-line shop to purchase a range of ACI products.
We typically provide VFDs on all our blowers," he says.
The blowers feature a die-cast aluminum housing, a hardened aluminum constructed impeller, and long-life sealed ball bearings with high-temperature grease.
Because of the speed cubed blower power law, the application of VFDs to blowers for movement of indoor air and ventilation makeup air in commercial building HVAC systems saves significant energy and energy costs, all while providing better comfort control.
military bases in an effort to train soldiers on how to effectively use the blowers prior to their deployment into actual combat.
Oshkosh Airport Products has delivered two of its H-Series high-speed blower vehicles to Pulkovo International Airport (LED) in St Petersburg, Russia.
Therapeutic beds--Many bed applications engage blowers both for inflation of the mattress (for therapeutic support) and to sustain airflow across a patient's skin.
Although he is still a cricket broadcaster, Blowers is now almost as well-known as the commentator in the Quality Standard English meat TV advertisements, featuring caricatures of Allan Lamb and Ian "Beefy" Botham
But wait a minute, smart guy, my small blowers cost me less--take a look at my receipt
Mechanics, do any of your Strykers have a Rev G blower, PN 10639516, or a failed blower with any part number in the engine bay fan assembly?