Truck blowers use pressure systems to load and unload dry bulk materials from tanks. If your blower isn’t operating correctly, an inspection can determine the root of the problem. Checking tolerances helps determine the condition of a blower. Based on this test, professionals will determine if the blower system can be rebuilt or needs replacement.
Blower operation is dependent on two critical aspects: rotor timing and truck mounting. Rotor timing is the crucial determining factor in blower lifespan and efficiency. Properly setting rotors to deliver maximum air per revolution is necessary for peak performance.
Truck mounting is responsible for providing smooth shaft operation and the proper blower speed. Fitting your system with the appropriate suction discharge, valves, hoses, and fittings ensures your blower works appropriately.