Blower for In-House and Mobile Test Equipment
Blower performance is measured by comparing air power output (pressure, flow) to mechanical input power. S3 Engineers are committed to high efficiency designs that meet our customers’ air power requirements while requiring minimal input power. We take size, mounting, and rotational speed constraints into account to provide the most cost effective solutions available in the agricultural industry. Both our in-house and mobile test equipment are designed using AMCA (Air Movement and Control Association) standards to ensure the accurate quantification of our blower products and our customers' air systems.
- On-site, mobile evaluation of current air systems. We can leave your test site with new design possibilities in your hands.
- Cutting edge in-house computational fluid dynamics.
- Advanced Solidworks users including finite element analysis.
- Reliable drive system calculations with the intent on maximizing bearing and motor life.
Over the years, our team has supplied both custom and pre-designed fans for a variety of agricultural applications both proprietary and for other manufacturers. These products include:
- grain vacuums
- chaff spreaders
- inline and centrifugal aeration fans
- air drills
- air seeders
- air reels
- row crop planters
- fertilizer applications
- sprayer systems
- material handlers
A fan is comprised of three main elements: rotor, housing and drive. We have a few pre-designed configurations of these components that can be quickly packaged to fit a variety of applications. While we don’t offer a catalogue, we do have performance curves readily available to prove that these S3 solutions offer better performance and efficiency than the competition. Contact us for specifications, pricing and performance information that can help you move your pneumatic system forward.
- PEO (Professional Engineers of Ontario)
- APEGS (Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan)
- ASABE (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers)
- ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineering)
- SASM (Safety Association of Saskatchewan Manufacturers)