NISCO products meet the demanding needs of the microchip industryNovember 25, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Heating, ventilation and air conditioning solutions from Northern Industrial Supply Co. (NISCO) are used in many industries. The microchip sector is one of the markets it has the capability to expertly serve in a range of demanding applications, from fume and pollution control, to scrubber systems and oxidizers.
NISCO has a number of products that can reliably control fumes in the microchip sector. Its duct, tubeaxial, vaneaxial and propeller fans are a fit for this application, as well as its high pressure backward curved fans, general purpose fans and junior fans. Its lineup of pressure blowers, AF30 and RTS fans, and compact and Series 20 GI fans can also handle the demands of fume control applications.
The company’s products are also often used to help control pollution in the microchip industry. Class I-III SWSI, high pressure backward curved fans, general purpose fans and junior fans are suitable for pollution control. Pressure blowers, AF30 and RTS fans, and compact and Series 20 GI fans are also a fit.
NISCO offers a variety of solutions that can be used in scrubber systems to remove particulates and gases from industrial exhaust streams. Its duct fans, tubeaxial and vaneaxial fans, as well as its propeller fans are commonly used in this application. NISCO high pressure backward curved fans, general purpose and junior fans, AF30 and RTS fans, Series 20 and compact GI fans, and pressure blowers are also suitable options.
NISCO solutions can also be used in oxidizers. Its Class I-III SWSI, high pressure backward curved fans, junior fans, compact and Series 20 GI fans are a fit for this application, in addition to its AF30 and RTS fans, and its pressure blowers.
For more details on its range of products and the industries it serves, contact NISCO at one of its Ontario locations in Pickering, Cambridge, Brampton or Stoney Creek.