Industrial Air Blowers
Hapco, Inc. supplies a wide range of industrial heater blowers and high pressure blowers for all your construction and industrial needs. From commercial roofing to the packaging and the automotive industry, a heat blower can be used for many purposes, especially with the BAK brand. Discover our hot air blower range today.
2 Types of Air Blowers
Hot Air Blower
A hot air blower—sometimes called an industrial heater blower or simply a heat blower—is a handheld device used for various industrial heating purposes. Like heat guns, hot air blowers heat and blow air to weld thermoplastics used in commercial roofing for example. Hot air blowers provide convenient, continuous operation, and you can adjust the temperature as needed.
High Pressure Blower
High-pressure blowers are devices that create an intense blast of air. They can be used for everything from cleaning dust off machinery to assisting in metalworking. Unlike hot air blowers, high-pressure blowers aren’t air heaters—meaning they don’t produce heat.
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Both hot air and high-pressure blowers are used in various industries for varying purposes. Check out the guide below for a comprehensive breakdown:
Air Blower FAQ
How does a heat blower work?
Industrial heat blowers draw air through a filter to remove dust particles or other contaminants. The air is then heated to the desired temperature by passing it either over a heating element. This hot air is blown over the product that needs to be dried or cooled using an axial fan.
Where are blowers produced?
Our range of both high-pressure blowers and heat blowers are produced in Switzerland.
What is thermocouple placement?
A thermocouple is a temperature sensor used in industrial heating to measure the amount of heat produced by a heating device. Thermocouple placement is the process of choosing where to place the thermocouples on a given element. A typical thermocouple placement is through the center of the element until it extends just past the end of the element. This process is important because it affects how accurate your temperature readings will be.
What are some blower best practices?
Here are some best practices to keep in mind when operating a blower:
The Hapco Quality
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We buy the best heating tools and equipment direct from Switzerland, package them for customers, and deliver it to you for easy use or reselling. It’s a turnkey solution that makes it simple and efficient for our distributor partners.
With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Hapco Inc. is the best partner for all your needs in heat guns, welding tools, generators, pumps and extruders.