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RAM Reverse Air Movement Blower Motor Overcomes Traditional Shortcomings

The technology can benefit various applications, including industrial fume evacuation.

Bison
Bison

Bison (Kent, OH) announced the issuance of a patent for the RAM Reverse Air Movement Blower Motor, which reportedly overcomes the performance shortcomings of traditional thru-flow air blower motors.

RAM technology can benefit various applications, including industrial fume evacuation, floorcare for commercial and residential use, paint sprayers, aerospace air movement, surgical smoke evacuation and hand dryers.

Features:

  • Employs reverse airflow design where motor side is only exposed to ambient air intake
  • Eliminates need for costly thermal protection or energy-inefficient bleed holes
  • Operates at cooler temperatures
  • Achieves 6.5% reduction in decibel levels and 48% reduction in Sones, compared to traditional thru-flow motors
  • Removes necessity for leak path at low flow conditions
  • Supports straight air exit, peripheral and reverse airflow
  • Reduces carbon dust emissions by applying V0 rated foam to surround motor
  • Available in range of custom design options

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