AIRHEAT's Danish-manufactured hot-air blowers are of the reverse-chamber types, which means that the exit gases will turn in horizontal piping rows. This will entail an optimal cooling of the exit gases which must be deemed to be of decisive importance with respect to economical operation.
The combustion chamber of AIRHEAT hot-air blowers is made of acid-proof stainless steel which secures a long lifespan for the hot-air blower. The cover plates surrounding combustion chamber and heat exchanger are insulated.
Ventilator and motor are positioned on a vibration-dampened construction that will prevent the transmission of noise to the surroundings.
The hot-air blowers are provided with galvanised plates.
AIRHEAT hot-air blowers are well suited for e.g. grain drying or other drying processes. Here, blower units will be provided up to 4500 kW.
The heating source of the units, by way of either an oil or gas burner, produces heat in the combustion chamber, whereupon it will be distributed to the reverse chambers and, then, further on to the chimney. The ventilator, positioned at the bottom of the unit, will – at the same time – blow up cold air to surround the combustion and reverse chambers. Next, the heated air will be distributed through the exhaust system until the desired temperature has been reached.