gardner denver air compressor blowers

If you're in the market for replacement Gardner Denver blowers, it's important to choose the right model for your needs. Basic air compressor knowledge says that if you’re looking to replace a specific part or model number, you’ll need to stick with that number. For example, if you’re looking to replace any of the following, you can go straight to our product pages to learn more about pricing. Here are a few replacement Gardner Denver blowers we offer:

  1. Gardner Denver Blower Replacement - 8741176016000
  2. Gardner Denver Blower Replacement - 8741276026006
  3. Gardner Denver 2BH1600-1AK26 Blower Replacement - 8741376026003

Not Sure What Blower You Need?

There are a few different factors to consider when making your decision, and it's important to get everything right so you can be sure the blower will meet your requirements. In this article, we'll take a look at some of the key things you need to think about before buying a replacement Gardner Denver blower.

Selecting the Right Air Compressor Blowers

When you're looking for replacement Gardner Denver blowers, the first thing you need to consider is the type of blower you need. There are five main types of Gardner Denver blowers: positive displacement, centrifugal, multistage centrifugal, high speed, and regenerative. 

Positive displacement blowers work by moving a fixed volume of air with each revolution of the crankshaft, while centrifugal blowers use an impeller to draw air into the center of the unit and then force it outwards. 

Then there are multistage centrifugal blowers, high speed blowers, and regenerative blowers. Multistage centrifugal blowers are the most efficient type of blower, but they're also the most expensive. 

High speed blowers are designed for applications where a high volume of air needs to be moved, but they're not as efficient as multistage blowers. High speed blowers feature impellers on either side, which create dual suction and maintain control of flow. 

Regenerative blowers are very efficient and rated for higher temperatures due to the internal friction created when they run. They are also oil-free, so they’re safe to use in food and medical industries.They can, on the other hand, be noisy and the inlets will require filters because regen blowers are susceptible to damage by liquid or solid contaminants running through the air within the blower.

What Will You Be Using Your Blower For?

The next thing you need to consider is the intended use for the blower. Gardner Denver blowers can be used for a variety of different applications, so it's important to choose one that's designed for the specific application you have in mind. For example, some models are designed for use in industrial settings, while others are better suited for use in residential or commercial settings.

  • Centrifugal blowers are used in such applications as dust collection, material handling and process cooling.
  • Positive displacement blowers are used in applications such as pneumatic conveying, vacuum packaging, and air brakes.
  • Multistage centrifugal blowers are used in applications such as pneumatic conveying, vacuum packaging, air pollution control, and high-pressure applications like turbochargers and superchargers. 
  • High speed blowers are commonly used in applications such as material handling, turf care, and leaf blowers. 
  • Regenerative blowers are typically used in applications where the air is clean and dry, such as in computer rooms or laboratories.

Consider the Air Flow You’ll Need

Finally, you'll need to decide on the level of air flow you’ll need. Air flow is critical to  the performance of any blower, and it's important to choose a model that can provide the right amount of air flow for your needs.

  • Centrifugal blowers are designed for high pressure with variable flow.
  • Multistage centrifugal blowers are designed for high pressure tolerance and high flow rates. 
  • High speed blowers are designed for high-pressure (25 psi) and high flow (15,000 m3 per hour). 
  • Regenerative blowers are designed for high-volumes, but low-pressure. 
  • Positive displacement blowers are designed for those who need a consistent speed of air flow.

Gardner Denver Blower Parts

There are a variety of parts that make up the Gardner Denver blowers. Among these are things like: 

Blower Motors

Fan Motors


Oil Filters


Other Gardner Denver Blower Replacement Parts

Make the Call

When you've considered all of these factors, you should have no trouble finding the perfect Gardner Denver blower for your needs. Just remember to take your time and make sure you understand all of the different options before making your final decision. With a little bit of research, you'll be able to find the perfect blower for your specific application. 

If you need help, we’re here as an extension of your team. Contact us today!