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Tom Jenkins and Inovair’s Mike Carlson in Webinar for Blower and Vacuum Best Practices


On February 20, Tom Jenkins of JenTech Inc. was the Keynote speaker in a webinar presented by Blower and Vacuum Best Practices, as part of their Expert Webinar Series. Joining Tom in the webinar was Mike Carlson, Lead Engineer for Inovair. Tom’s presentation was focused on verifying blower system energy with ASME PTC 13, while Mike’s presentation addressed Inovair’s history with lab and field testing, PTC 13, and field performance validation. Continue Reading...


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INOVAIR REDUCES POWER CONSUMPTION BY MORE THAN 45% AT WATER RESOURCE RECOVERY FACILITY


he Kill Creek Water Resource Recovery Facility was looking for a way to reduce power consumption at their plant, and investigated replacing their existing 125 HP multistage blowers with a more efficient option.


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Global Water Intelligence Features Inovair in CTO Technology Section


In this GWI article, CTO lays out the technology landscape, and clearly differentiates the “breadth of different technologies now present in the blower marketplace”. With the rising water quality discharge standards, new aeration requirements, and climate change, the municipal water sector is in need of a lower energy bill. That’s where Invoair comes in.


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ProCharger, Inovair’s Sister Division, Steals the Show at SEMA


ProCharger, a division of Accessible Technologies, Inc and manufacturer of ProCharger superchargers, successfully “stole the show” at SEMA 2019. SEMA is the “premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world segmented into 12 sections with over 2,400 exhibitors and a New Product Showcase featuring nearly 3,000 newly introduced parts, tools, and components. (SEMA.com)” It’s the WEFTEC for the Automotive industry!


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Inovair, leading supplier to the global GSE market, to display once again at inter airport Europe show in Munich


From October 8-11, Inovair will exhibit at the inter airport Europe show at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. The Inovair team looks forward to seeing you at booth 2116 to discuss the company's latest products for pre-conditioned air service carts, and forced air deciding applications. In addition to the industry leading 2200 (HVAC) and DB2-105 (deicing) models, Inovair also will be displaying several new products. The new 1600 model for pre-conditioned air service carts, as well as the 1200 model for fixed base pre-conditioned air, were both designed as drop-in replacements for legacy designs as well as new applications. In addition to fitment compatibility, these products provide increased pressure and flow capabilities, as well as reduced maintenance.


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INOVAIR SUCCESS AT WEFTEC!


Thank you for stopping by the Inovair WEFTEC booth. Our booth was always filled with great conversation and excitment about our products. We were thrilled to showcase our full product line of high efficiency geared centrifugal blower packages that support a wide variety of wastewater treatment applications from 5-250 HP. We would love to discuss further your upcoming projects and will be following up with a phone call in the near future.


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Treatment Plant Operator: Integrally geared blowers provide an efficient and low-maintenance solution


The recent article in Treatment Plant Operator magazine highlights the efficiency, durability and low maintenance of Inovair’s geared centrifugal design. Glen Roderique, Inovair Sales Engineer, is interviewed about Inovair’s technology in this article.


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Article in “Blower and Vacuum Best Practices” Documents 37% Energy Savings


Blower and Vacuum Best Practices highlights a 37% energy savings at the Sni-A-Bar wastewater treatment plant in the article. This plant in Blue Springs, MO chose to replace two of its positive displacement blowers with Inovair’s IM blower packages, for efficiency and energy savings as well a improved reliability. In addition to this article, a white paper written by Mike Carlson, senior technology engineer at Inovair, details the process improvements that were implemented at the plant along with the blower upgrades, and presents the data that was captured by a third party to document the energy savings.


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25 YEARS OF INNOVATION


Accessible Technologies, Inc, the parent company for ProCharger superchargers and Inovair, celebrates 25 years of innovation and centrifugal compressor leadership! Since 1994, the company has expanded the use of high efficiency geared centrifugal blower technology with forced induction and industrial applications. Inovair is the world leader in forced-air aircraft deicing and compact turbo blower packages for wastewater treatment, and was the first company to develop turbo blower packages specifically for pneumatic conveying. Inovair also is a leading supplier of blowers and compressors for general industrial applications and aircraft ground support applications beyond deicing.


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Inovair equipment utilized for deicing of Air Force One


Since 1998, Inovair has been the leading supplier of blowers for forced air deicing applications worldwide. 21 years ago, Inovair helped a customer win a large US Air Force contract for forced air deicing, and since then this technology has been a major innovation and environmental improvement, spreading from military ground support operations to commercial operations in both the US and internationally. As noted in a recent article in Ground Support Worldwide, “By applying deicing fluid in such a way, the amount of [deicing] fluid needed to break off frozen debris from an aircraft can be reduced by up to 50 percent thanks to the power assistance of the air flow”. Forced air deicing can also provide more consistent coatings, allow for application from greater distances, and speed up the deicing process.


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