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Decent machinery industrial blowers are very versatile and varied because they are used in just about every setting imaginable that calls for clean air or comfortable temperatures.
Such settings include those in the home, at the workplace, in gyms, spas and bathrooms, and in any industrial or commercial building.
Some of the many industries in which customers use industrial fans and commercial fans include industrial cleaning and building maintenance,
electrical power, disaster relief,healthcare, air quality control, cryogenics, food processing, printing, agriculture, mining, welding, automotive,
paper making, cement production, textiles, and packaging.
The history of industrial blowers is tied up in the long and storied history of the domestic fan.
However, today, we’ll leave out some of the domestic fan details and cover mostly those related to industrial fans.
One of the earliest industrial blowersystems that we know of was an air conditioner from the Han Dynasty in China.
This air conditioner was a manually operated rotary fan, featuring seven wheels. It was designed by engineer Ding Huan.
Several hundred years later, during the 8th century (Tang Dynasty), another Chinese engineer redesigned the air conditioning fan, so that it could use hydraulic power.
Today, industrial blowers are more diverse than ever. Manufacturers have developed blowers to meet all sorts of specialized needs, from laboratories to clean rooms to burn units.
Engineers, designers, and manufacturers everywhere push themselves every day to produce the next innovation in ventilation, heating, and cooling.