Vacuum Blowers

Illustration of functional principle vacuum blower
Functional principle vacuum blower

The blades (A) transport, accelerate and compress the air on the momentum principle. The air is dragged by the blades in this case. A vacuum is created at the suction end (B) this way. The compressed air (exhaust air) escapes through the outlet opening (C).

Blowers provide a very high suction rate due to the large air channel volume and specially shaped blades.

Advantages of vacuum blowers

  • Enormous suction rate
  • High leakage compensation
  • Evacuation of large volumes in a short time

Typical areas of application

  • Handling of porous workpieces, such as cardboard,
    insulation material, chipboards or bags

We distinguish between two basic types of vacuum blowers:

Vacuum blowers

Vacuum blowers
  •  Vacuum blowers are either directly driven or frequency-regulated.
  • Used especially for handling porous workpieces (chipboards, bags, etc.).
  • Frequency-controlled blowers can be customized by controlling the motor speed and respectively the suction rate.

Frequency-Regulated Vacuum Blowers SGBL-FU in our online shop
Vacuum Blowers SGBL-DG in our online shop

Vacuum blowers with reversing

Vacuum blowers with reversing
  • Vacuum blower with electro-pneumatic reversing for control of suction, blowing and neutral position.
  • Used for handling air-tight workpieces that are picked up and deposited quickly.

Vacuum blowers with reversing in our online shop

Vacuum blowers with electro-pneumatic reversing in our online shop