Incineration

​Mixing air and gas to provide combustion air incineration for water heaters and boilers

​Blowers are used to mix air and gas to provide Combustion Air Incineration. Typical applications include commercial water heaters and boilers. Howden American Fan Company model AF Cast Aluminum Blowers are a popular choice for this. These blowers feature rugged castings that are light weight, spark resistant and rust proof.

Fans used with incineration systems are typically used to provide combustion air. Applications include portable burning devices used to eliminate wood waste when clearing land or disaster clean-up areas. The fans provide a curtain of air to recirculate the smoke to provide cleaner air emissions. Thermal oxidizers give back energy after incineration.

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We can provide a full advisory, consultation and design service, and in doing so can offer our customers the lowest possible lifetime costs and peace of mind.

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To deliver on your specific needs we can offer bespoke packages that range from single fans to multiple products, ensuring we can meet your exact requirements.

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We have a team of fully qualified ventilation engineers in house, meaning we can offer our expertise at every step of the process from product selection to ongoing support.

  • Air intake for combustion

    Forced draft fan takes air from the atmosphere and blows it into the furnace through air ducts.

    • General Blowers
  • Furnace

    Blowers are used to propel the ash for conveyance

    • Lobe Blowers
  • Aeration

    Also, blowers are used to push oxygen or air into the liquid which is sprayed on the exhaust to capture the SO2. This gives rise to waste water as a result that needs to be treated and aerated. Centrifugal compressor, or rotary blower can be applied here and are dependent on capacity, flow rate and efficiency requirements.

    • Lobe Blowers
  • Aeration

    Also, blowers are used to push oxygen or air into the liquid which is sprayed on the exhaust to capture the SO2. This gives rise to waste water as a result that needs to be treated and aerated. Centrifugal compressor, or rotary blower can be applied here and are dependent on capacity, flow rate and efficiency requirements.

    • Oil-free Screw Compressors
  • ID Fan

     
    • Adjustable pitch Axial fan
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    Our lifelong aftercare service will supply original replacement parts, support you with maintenance and installation, and even train your own engineers in maintenance techniques. We keep detailed plant records almost indefinitely, and regularly supply spare parts for machinery over 50 years old.