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Unlike forced draft fans which provide positive air pressure, induced draft fans create negative air pressure in a ventilation system or a exhaust stack. CBC Blower offers a variety of fans and blowers to maintain ventilating system pressures. Induce draft fans are typically utilized in boiler applications and combustion blower systems. Our fans are constructed to withstand extreme air temperatures while supplying a clean airflow and increasing the efficiency of these ventilation systems.

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CB VENTILATORSis a Joint Venture between CB Fan Co., Industrial CBC Group, Tenderall Fan.
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Canada Blower Company is a supplier of Industrial and Commercial fans and blowers of all types.


Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is an increasingly important issue in the work environment. The study of indoor air quality and pollutant levels within office environments is a complex problem. The complexity of studying and measuring the quality of office environments arises from various factors including:

- Building floor plans are frequently changing to accommodate increasingly more employees and reorganization.
- Office buildings frequently undergo building renovations such as installation of new carpet, modular office partitions and free-standing offices, and painting.

Many of the apparent health symptoms are vague and common to both the office and home environment. Guidelines or standards for permissible personal exposure limits to pollutants within office buildings are very limited.

Many times odors are associated with chemical contaminants from inside or outside the office space, or from the building fabric. This is particularly noticeable following building renovation or installation of new carpeting. Out-gassing from such things as paints, adhesives, sealants, office furniture, carpeting, and vinyl wall coverings is the source of a variety of irritant compounds. In most cases, these chemical contaminants can be measured at levels above ambient (normal background) but far below any existing occupational evaluation criteria.

Various building studies indicate that the most likely sources of this problem are - poor ventilation, poor thermal conditions, too high or low humidity, emissions from office machines, copiers and other building contaminants and poor ergonomic layout of workstations.