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Air Blower System Saves Energy While Drying Parts

Maxumizer® Air Blower systems feature durable, long lasting, science-based designs that use less energy than conventional systems and are optimized for powerful blow-off and parts drying. This permits them to provide higher output with less energy in the best performance range for surface blow-off and drying applications. In most cases this design will use 30-50 percent less horsepower while running at much slower speeds.

Maxum's unique approach to air blow-off is illustrated in its innovative drive system. The Maxum Bearing Bridge™ drive system permits industrial parts drying and air blow-off systems to use less energy and effectively run on less horsepower at slower speeds, all the while lasting longer.

This science-based drive system, which replaces the typical belt-driven system, employs two separate bearing cases located on either side of the drive pulley. The unique design provides a properly distributed bearing load and dramatically reduces heat while greatly improving service life. The Maxum developed Bearing Bridge provides 10 to 15 times the "L10" bearing life of older cantilever drives that rapidly fail from the uneven overhung belt load.

Every Maxum Air Device includes standard output flow and pressure data and every Maxum Blower provides CFM, pressure and horsepower required. As a result, users don't have to guess or "call the factory" to correctly select Maxum products. Maxum has also developed blower enclosures that reduce the operating sound level below 75dB at three-foot distance. These corrosion resistant polymer enclosures have a small footprint, standard gages to monitor performance, oversize filters with pre-filters and an integrated skid mount.

Maxum's innovative air blow-off and drying equipment remove water, liquids, and debris, successfully preparing products for assembly, labelling, inspection, powder coating, and more using energy efficient blow-off equipment.

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