Things can really heat up when an industrial furnace gets going — often surpassing temperatures of more than 2,000 degrees. In order to keep the work flow going between jobs, furnaces and ovens need to recirculate air to provide optimal uniformity and cool down quickly.
That’s where Eric Johansen and his team at Dekalb Blower come in.
DeKalb Blower offers a variety of fans and blowers for the thermal processing industry, as well as the ability to do custom work and repairs on existing models or problem fans that may be slowing production.
“Our niche is the high-temperature market, so we cater to industrial furnace applications,” said Johansen, president of DeKalb Blower. “The products we offer are up to 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit construction. We offer water-cooled and air-cooled designs. Many of our patented and patent-pending features on our products are geared specifically for these harsh environments or repetitive thermal cycling the fans will be exposed to, and will then be able to provide years of smooth, hassle- and maintenance-free operation.”