Centrifugal Fan & Blower Services
Centrifugal fans have been around since the late 1500s. These powerful fans were used to help ventilate the mines until they seemed to become extinct. Decades later, in the nineteenth century, the centrifugal fan came back.
These fans are mechanical devices used to move air and gases at an angle to the incoming fluid. Centrifugal fans and blowers usually have 1 of 8 types of wheels that pull the air into the inlet of the blower, through the wheel, and then out at a 90-degree angle. A blower or blower fan, also known as a squirrel-cage fan due to its look, is the ducted housing that directs the outgoing air in a particular direction. The small ones used in computers are often called biscuit blowers. Centrifugal fans and blowers are quiet, reliable, sturdy, and capable of functioning in various conditions.
There are two common types of blowers: pressure and volume blowers. The design of the volume blower is to draw or push out large volumes of air. On the other hand, the pressure blower pushes or draws out air at high pressures. The most common centrifugal fan is the roof ventilation fan. These fans can be found in commercial labs and kitchens.
If you need centrifugal fan repair, there is no one better to call than Illinois Electric Works. Our experienced and professional technicians will ensure your fans are back up and running in no time. There’s no need to worry if your fan breaks down at 3 p.m. or 3 a.m. because we provide high-quality service and will perform repairs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We’re here to help at any time! No job is too big or too small for us. Illinois Electric Works specializes in industrial equipment repair. Contact us today for all your industrial or centrifugal fan repair needs.
BLOWERS AND FANS
Illinois Electric Works is a member of the HOFFMAN & LAMSON Network of Authorized Service
Centers. We provide services for installation, start-up, preventative maintenance, repairs, rebuilds, and
troubleshooting of your centrifugal blowers and systems.
Our team of skilled, experienced technicians are factory trained and work with current OEM drawings and
authentic OEM parts to repair your blower to original factory specifications.
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