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Blower Operating Principle

Although blowers may operate differently depending on the power of the included motor, fundamentally, all blowers are installation equipment that transfers air in the environment undergoing emission at a high flow rate or low pressure, rotating the fan with the force received from the motor.

Blowers increase the pressure of the gas sucked in through a series of vortex movements resulting from the centrifugal motion of the impeller. As the impeller rotates, the channels in the impeller push the air forward with centrifugal motion, creating a helical movement. During this movement, the gas continuously compresses along the channel, and the pressure increases linearly. The pressurized air is transferred from the blower's exit channel to the installation where it will be used.

The table below shows the flow rates provided by blower models according to different motor powers.