Air Knife Drying / Air Knife Blowoff

An air knife system is meant to blow off any remaining substance (such as dust, water or any other liquid or debris) from products on a conveyor. These products have typically been washed or have been dipped in a liquid that needs to be dried for packaging. This is where an air agitation blower comes into play. As the product moves down the conveyor it passes through the airstream to be dried.

Waste Water Treatment / Tank Aeration

Microorganisms in an aquatic system require oxygen to breakdown waste material. This process is just one step in waste water treatment that ultimately results in a clean water source. When using our regenerative blowers and diffusers for aeration, we can assure maximum oxygen transfer efficiency in any waste water system.


A regenerative blower is being used to push air into a spa to create bubbles. Many of our smaller regenerative blowers can replace your current residential system with twice the efficiency.

Dental Fluid Collection

A regenerative blower can be used to collect waste fluid from a dental chair to a collection tank.

Ozone/Vapor Extraction

The blower is being used to collect ozone and/or other vapors from a tank that can be used elsewhere.

Food Processing

Regenerative blowers can be used in the handling of delicate items, such as eggs in the food processing industry.

CNC Router Vacuum Hold Down and Collection

Using the vacuum side of a regenerative blower, a CNC router table holds down the product to assist in the process of cutting and/or ornamentation. A centrifugal blower is used for waste collection.

Hopper Agitation

Hoppers can sometimes become clogged by bringing material from a larger area down to a smaller area. A regenerative blower or centrifugal blower can be used to agitate the material inside to encourage movement to the smaller area of the hopper.

Material Conveying

Material is fed into the ducting from a hopper, and then conveyed down the pipe with the use of a regenerative blower.

Venturi-Waste Collection

Using the pressure side of the blower, vacuum is created through a venturi to collect waste or useful particles.