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    Tag: air blower

    What is Regenerative Blower?

    Blower has a promising future in the global market. ATO regenerative blower is distinguished from ordinary air blowers by its design, in which the bearings are made of special high-temperature resistant bearings, which can withstand twice the temperature of ordinary fans. It has been there a sharp increase in demand in recent years. At present, the production of regenerative blower as well as technology has been quite mature, continuing to evolve and upgrade. Regenerative blower is capable of providing a great range of cfm and pressure. It is important to know the principle of operation. The impeller of a regenerative blower has multiple blades on the edge of the impeller, and as the impeller rotates, air goes through the inlet side of the blower as it reaches the impeller. It will actually accelerate around the outside and between each blade it will actually regenerate over the next blade until it reaches the total differential pressure at the discharge. Due to the energy of multiple blades of the high-pressure fan rotation, the wind pressure is quickly superimposed, and a high-pressure or high suction force is formed. It is a pretty efficient way to generate pressure.

    Inflatable Blower for Bounce House

    There is a high-speed rotating rotor in the inflatable air blower, and the rotor will turn the power of the blades on the impeller to drive the air to move at high speed. It is a machine that drives the blades to rotate with energy and also referenced as impeller machinery. The working principle is to transfer energy to a continuously flowing fluid. ATO inflatable blower has been available in various models and different power to meet customer needs in many aspects. Moreover, the small size and light weight of the ATO air blower is easy to operate, user-friendly and portable.

    Air blower bounce house

    What is Air Blower?

    The air blower is mainly composed of the following six parts: motor, air filter, blower body, air chamber, base (and oil tank), drip nozzle. The blower operates eccentrically on the rotor offset in the cylinder, and changes the volume between the blades in the rotor slot to suck in, compress, and discharge air. During operation, the pressure difference of the blower is used to automatically send the lubrication to the drip nozzle and drip into the cylinder to reduce friction and noise, while keeping the gas in the cylinder from returning. This type of air blower is also called a sliding vane blower. There are many types of air blowers, mainly divided into the following categories.

    How to Use Air Blower?

    The blower is mainly composed of the following six parts: motor, air filter, blower body, air chamber, base, drip nozzle. The blower operates eccentrically on the rotor offset in the cylinder, and changes the volume between the blades in the rotor slot to suck in, compress, and discharge air. The pressure difference of the blower is used to automatically send lubrication to the drip nozzle, and drip into the cylinder to reduce friction and noise, while keeping the gas in the cylinder from returning. This type of blower is also called a sliding vane blower. This article will talk about the use of blowers.In order to ensure personal safety, the operator must be familiar with this regulation before starting, and operate the blower strictly in accordance with this regulation.

    Working Principle of Air Blower

    The air blower is mainly composed of the following six parts: motor, air filter, air blower body, air chamber, base (and oil tank), oil dripping nozzle. The air blower operates by the eccentric rotor in the cylinder, and makes the volume change between the blades in the rotor slot to absorb, compress and eject the air. During the operation, the pressure difference of the air blower is used to automatically send the lubrication to the oil dripping nozzle and drop it into the cylinder to reduce the friction and noise, while keeping the gas in the cylinder from returning. Air blowers are mainly divided into roots air blower, centrifugal air blower and rotary air blower. The working principles of different types of air blowers are different.

    Roots air blower working principle