A Company That Looks To The Future
New York Blower (nyb) is a company with a long history of success etched in the best tradition of the American free-enterprise system. Spanning the decades from 1889, we have experienced remarkable growth and have played an active role in leading the entire air-movement industry forward.
Today, nyb is a dynamic, modern company that fosters a forward-thinking attitude and always looks to the future.
nyb introduces the Vaneaxial Adjustable Pitch Fan. The Vaneaxial Adjustable Pitch Fans are designed and constructed for high-pressure applications found in heavy industrial-process applications such as air-assisted flares, combustion air, process supply and exhaust.
nyb adds a Surge Limiting Pressure Blower into it product family. The addition of this fan helps nyb continue to better serve the heavy duty industry a unique wheel and housing design that minimizes surge without the need for auxiliary equipment or accessories.
nyb introduces Vaneaxial Fixed Pitch Fan line. For high-pressure ventilation, nyb VXFP fans are ideal where axial and space is at a premium.
nyb has implemented a new Limited No Fault Warranty for 20 HP and lower motors, purchased and supplied by nyb. This policy covers all claims excluding gross negligence or physical damage to the motor not as a direct result of a manufacturing defect. For more information, please contact your local sales representative.
nyb expanded their laboratory air and sound testing capabilities by building a new, state of the art facility. The new facility has six airflow test chambers of various flow and pressure capabilities and two reverberant sound rooms.
nyb announces the release of the Open Style Pressure Blower Steel Wheel. They are ideal for efficiently handling material that might otherwise get caught up on a shrouded wheel.
nyb celebrates the 125th Anniversary of the company.
nyb announces the release of the Backward Curved (BC) Pressure Blower. This addition makes NYB's pressure blower line the most complete on the market today.
nyb comes out with the BC fan line. These high pressure, high volume fans utilize a high efficiency, backward curved wheel to achieve flows to 300,000 CFM. It is positioned to continue on where the AF Fan line leaves off.
nyb opens the Leitchfield plant, running in addition to the La Porte and Effingham facility. The plant will help to better serve customers in the Southeast and allow nyb to be more competitive and responsive in the global marketplace.
nyb acquires MAS Air Systems, LLC in New Castle, Pennsylvania in September. This expands nyb’s capability for high temperature fan applications as well as broadens our mechanical draft fans for heavy process industrial applications and gives nyb access to the rebuild and repair market MAS has worked with the previous 23 years.
nyb and Mechanovent add a line of Square Fans to the portfolio, further enhancing the position of the company in the air-movement industry.
nyb purchases and opens a manufacturing facility in Effingham, IL. The first production facility outside of La Porte, Indiana since 1918.
nyb celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the company.
Mechanovent Corporation begins manufacturing OEM fan components at a new facility in La Porte, Indiana.
The first line of fiberglass fans is launched.
nyb introduces its line of Pressure Blowers. They are NYB's most successful product ever.
The Air Movement and Control Association International (AMCA) is founded. Its mission is to establish test standards for air-moving equipment. The New York Blower Company becomes a charter member. The AcoustaFoil® airfoil blower wheel is introduced.
nyb launches the standard General Purpose Fan and begins standardization of all product lines.
The company serves the War effort and nyb fans are widely used by The Pentagon, Ford Bomber, Bendix Aviation, General Motors, The US Navy, etc.
The brothers purchase The New York Blower Company, a fan manufacturer headquartered in New York City, whose factory was located in Bucyrus, Ohio.
The Mathis brothers, 28-year-old J.W. and 24-year-old August, open a sheet-metal shop on the south side of Chicago, establishing the Mathis Brothers Company.
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