Introducing the BC-2200

The New York Blower Company is proud to announce the release of the BC-2200. Utilizing a high efficiency, backward inclined wheel, this fan is capable of air flows to 60,000 CFM and pressures beyond 65” SP. Custom sizes and special construction features are available to meet unique customer and application requirements.  



Strategically positioned between the Type HPPB (High Pressure Pressure Blower) and the Backward Curved Pressure Blower (BCPB), the BC-2200 strengthens nyb’s already strong product offering of high pressure backward inclined products that include the Class IV, BC-20/40, AF-30/40/50, High Pressure Backward Curve (HPBC), Backward Curved Pressure Blower (BCPB) and now the BC-2200 fan lines. In addition, nyb offers a line of high pressure radial products including the Series 20/30/45, High Pressure Pressure Blower (HPPB), Pressure Blower (PB) and Surge Limiting Pressure Blower (SLPB) as well as the RTS and Series 60 radial tip fan lines.


The following are the specifications for the BC-2200 fan line:

BC (Backward Curved Wheel Design)

  • Design features:
    • Capacities
      • Flows to 60,000 CFM (101,940 m3/hr.)
      • Pressures to 65” wg (16,175 Pa)
      • Temperatures to 800˚ F (427˚ C) -higher temperatures are available with special alloy construction
    • Sizes from 24” to 73” (600mm-1,850mm) blade diameter (larger fan sizes are available through the Heavy Industrial fan group)
    • Mechanical efficiencies to 78%
    • Split housing standard on Size 73 to facilitate shipping
    • Arr. 1 and 8 (custom arrangements including Arr. 4, Arr. 3S1 and 7S1 are available)
    • 7 discharge positions
    • Flanged inlet and discharge
    • Optional inlet box
    • Ceramic felt shaft seal
    • Back pressure blades

Applications: this fan is capable of both clean air and light particulate-laden/moist air gastreams including:

  • Thermal oxidation
  • Steel plants
  • Combustion air
  • Nuclear
  • Ethanol
  • Refineries
  • Dust/fume control
  • Quench cooling
  • Glass

 Documentation links are as follows: