Fan Blades Provide Safety Across Industries

Have you ever wondered what industries would look like without the use of fan blades? In the grander scheme of things, our guess is probably not. But think about it—without fan blades, multiple industries like mining, aerospace, energy, etc. would face extremely challenging conditions in which to operate.

Our fan blades ventilate sectors like the mining industry in which safety is always imperative. Removal of deadly gases and debris becomes relevant in environments that consist of methane, carbon dioxide, and carbon monoxide, not to mention massive amounts of dust and heat. The removal process is made possible through Meteor Foundry  proud participate as a supplier of Axial Fan Blades and Hubs used for the ventilation process.

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Our prowess in casting was recently shown when we produced ventilation system fan blades that attained an industry-leading tolerance within 0.015”-0.020”. As a result of our work, we are now receiving orders from new markets, including the robust South American and South African mining sectors. We look forward to keeping you in the loop as we set out to fill their requirements.

“The Foundry” (as known by many) has partnered with giants such as Bombardier, Siemens, Daimler-Chrysler, Husky, GE, and others. Discover more about what we do by calling (905) 670-2890 or emailing us at Keep up with the latest by reading our blog, following us on Twitter, and connecting on LinkedIn.

At Meteor Foundry, we always strive to improve quality and efficiency through innovation and via the skills of our extraordinary team of professionals. To meet growing demand, we recently acquired a new, cutting-edge 5 axis CNC machine, expanding our already impressive capabilities even further. With our commitment to advanced engineering and automation, competitive pricing, quality and timely deliveries, we continue to grow and service our customer base.


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