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FPZ, Inc.

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150 North Progress Dive
Saukville, WI 53080-1602
About FPZ, Inc.
  • FPZ has been manufacturing high performance regenerative blowers since 1975. FPZ’s patented design features high efficiency impeller construction and Nema Premium efficient motors. FPZ meets the mandatory efficiency standards set by the Department of Energy and outlined in Nema table 12-12.

    FPZ blowers are the technology of choice when pressure (psi) and volume (cfm) requirements fall within their pneumatic range. Regenerative blowers have no belts that need to be replaced, nor do they require any sort of lubrication. The lack of maintenance can equate to big savings over time and they are a quiet alternative to other blower types.

    With motor powers ranging from 1/3 hp to 50 hp, flows up to 1500 cfm and pressures to 10 psig, FPZ has one of the most comprehensive lines of regenerative blowers available.

    FPZ inverter duty motors can be tied to DO2 sensors that allow the blower to operate at various speeds to maximize their efficiency. FPZ blowers are backed by our three year warranty and our stocked in our Wisconsin facility.
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News about FPZ, Inc.
  • Regenerative Blowers Meeting Current Efficiency Standards Posted