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"I need more air". I hear this all the time. When I get to the site and review the issues, many times the cause of not enough air is poor duct design and installation. When we sell you duct, we are concerned about the system performance too. Our experience designing and installing dust collection systems and duct drives this. 

If you are planning to install your own duct, buy your duct from Indventech and use their design expertise to your advantage.

If you need installation help, Indventech offers duct and system installation too. It really is the best of both worlds.

Corrosion Resistant Fans & Blowers

We can provide project specific corrosion resistant exhaust, supply, and process fans. This is done through material of construction and coating selection. The powder coat process makes a beautiful thorough finish. Let Indventech know your requirements and we'll produce a creative industrial fan solution.What do you need?

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Wall Exhaust Fans

A brewery came to us in need (talk about a role reversal LOL) of repair or replacement of wall exhaust fans that were very old and broken. Indventech visited the site and did a free evaluation. We concluded the fans were beyond repair, and offered a solution that took advantage of the existing structure. Using the [...]

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How Do I Install My Fan or Blower?

Why is it worth considering questions about how to install your industrial fan or blower? The industrial fan or blower is the heart of your system, providing airflow and pressure required for your system to perform. Although you may have a contractor say "no problem" when asked if they can install your industrial fan or blower, will they perform best [...]

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​Why is my fan not performing on the fan curve/table?

Any fan worth its weight is manufactured in accordance with designs that have been tested and rated to meet certain performance conditions for given speeds. A fan performance curve or table is then developed to give the fan owner guidelines for what air movement to expect at the supplied speed. This fan performance curve or table indicates the expected [...]

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Fan & Blower Foundation

So, your fan or blower arrives on site. Now what? Hopefully you’ve acquired the dimensional data and complete assembled weight, giving you the necessary data for preparing the foundation to which you will mount the fan assembly. The characteristics of the foundation you mount to can have a significant impact on the life of your fan or blower. The [...]

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​Fan Efficiency and Volume Controls

Selecting the correct industrial fan for your pneumatic system is critical to success. The more complex the air system, the more difficult selecting the correct industrial fan becomes. Add in the variable of multiple operators on a given pneumatic conveying system, and it becomes apparent that a safety factor for the fan’s capability to generate sufficient airflow is preferred. So [...]

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I need more air!

I hear this a lot. Dust collection systems are just that, systems. A network of hoods, pipes, transitions, filters, fan, and various appurtenances. We understand this network and often find simple solutions. A simple evaluation can go a long way toward reducing/eliminating costly shortcomings in your system. Give us a call today and let’s talk about your system!Did you know [...]

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Safety

Keeping safety at the forefront of every job can be challenging when nothing bad has happened to you, your workers, or your company as a whole. Here is another example of tragedy, and a reminder that ALL of us should work safe, regardless of our track record. #safety

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Jump Higher

My daughter came to me last fall and asked for my help. She loves volleyball, wants to play college, but had run into a dead end athletically. Using my athletic and training background, I contemplated producing my own program, or finding a reasonable program already in place. I put her on a detailed jump program. [...]

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