AMETEK Technical and Industrial Products' Low Voltage Brushless DC Blowers offer variable output for a wide range of vacuum or pressure applications. Standard models are available in a wide range of input voltages. Our low voltage products provide output pressure up to 97.7" H2O and flows up to 160.3 CFM.
AMETEK Technical and Industrial Purducts' High Voltage Brushless DC Blowers offer variable output for a wide range of vacuum or pressure applications. Standard models are available in a wide range of input voltages. Our high voltage products provide outputs up to 169" H2O and flows up to 1100 CFM/1869 m3/hr.
AMETEK Technical and Industrial Products' Brushless DC Fans and Impeller-Style Blowers offer multi-speed aerodynamic performances for all types of high airflow applications. Our standard designs come with fully integrated electronics and are available in various input voltages including 12 and 24 VDC (13.8 and 27.6 VDC). Environmentally resistant designs are also available for those applications that may require exposure to natural elements. With airflow exceeding 1900 CFM, these products combine the long life expectations of brushless DC products with maximum cooling and air moving capability.
Our Seal-less Brush and Brushless Water Circulating Pumps offers four basic pump/motor designs from 10 GPM (37.9 L/min) to 26 GPM (98.4 L/min) in either 12 VDC or 24 VDC motor designs. Variable speed is available upon request for the brushless designs. The seal-less pump design is magnetically coupled which provides for a leak-proof pump. There are no rotating wet seals to wear out and leak. Detailed pump information is provided on the individual product sheets.
All AMETEK Technical & Industrial Products brushless DC motors and blowers require a motor/blower controller to operate. Many of the AMETEK BLDC motors and blowers feature a built in, integrated controller but several external configurations are also available. Servo and variable-speed drives are offered on both AC and DC input with configurations for analog command input.
Selecting a blower for a particular application first requires knowledge or an estimate of the application's operating point: the flow rate required and the resistance to flow that the system, duct-work, filters, obstructions, etc., will impose. This section provides basic information, formulas, and unit conversions to consider when selecting a blower for a particular application.