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Your Introduction to Regenerative Blowers

Posted by Kasey Kessler on Jan 7, 2019 12:43:24 PM

In order to make an informed decision when talking to your industrial blower manufacturers about the needs of your business, it helps to know the basics about each type of fan or blower you might want to use. In today's post, we'll be discussing regenerative blowers -- their main features, benefits, and how they might serve a purpose within your organization.

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Topics: switching to a regerative blower, regenerative blowers, Vaccum Blower, regenerative vs compression

Regenerative Blower Bearing Replacement Procedure

Posted by Kasey Kessler on Dec 20, 2017 11:45:40 AM

Atlantic Blowers Maintenance Series: Bearing Replacement

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Explosion Proof Regenerative Blowers

Posted by Kasey Kessler on Oct 25, 2017 5:00:32 PM


Explosion Proof Regenerative Blowers

Atlantic Blowers is proud to offer our customers Class I, and Class II explosion proof  Regenerative Blowers. We can customize any Regenerative Blower to meet your specific area requirement.

Explosion proof blowers are an essential part of any application where ignitable fumes, gas or dust may be present. In North America, The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) establishes area classifications based on Classes, Divisions, Zones and Groups that when combined determine the hazardous conditions of a specific area.

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Topics: regenerative blowers, Atlantic Blowers

Regenerative Blower Vs. Compressor: A Cost Savings Analysis.

Posted by Gary Miledi on Jan 11, 2017 5:47:58 PM


Understanding air movement and control systems is vital for any pneumatic application.  When considering your next design, there are many aspects one can easily overlook. A part of this process that is often neglected is the financial return one gains from their equipment. If your application depends on using an air compressor you may want to take a second look at what this is actually costing you.  Switching to a regenerative or centrifugal blower can reduce running costs as much as 95%! When you have a job to do and a deadline to meet, it is easy to jump to the first option, but with compressed air, you’re just blowing your money away.

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Topics: regenerative blowers, pneumatic application, regenerative vs compression, switching to a regerative blower