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ProAir Blower

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Industry-first design replaces the double blower system with a compact, all-in-one unit that produces the fastest air speeds on the market*
Tested to have a higher exit velocity than a double blower system*
Specialty nozzle delivers an accurate, concentrated, high-velocity stream of air for fast drying
Coolest-running blower on the market helps prevent your animals from overheating+
Air enters the side inlets and bypasses the blower’s electrical components to emit cooler air out of the hose; separate inlet and vent on the top cools the blower’s electrical components
Weighing only 20.55 lbs., this unit is easy to handle compared to the combined 93 lbs. of two conventional blowers and a cart
Tactically designed with a high tensile-strength, glass-filled polycarbonate body for extreme impact resistance and to eliminate the possibility of rust and paint chipping
Compact design with handle dramatically reduces the amount of space consumed in your barn, on your trailer and in your stall at the show
Use one or two motors to match the power to the job
Uses less electricity than a double blower system to prevent electrical circuit overload at shows
Includes a one-piece crushproof hose that easily and securely attaches to blower using a camlock quick disconnect — the hose is just as easily removed for convenient hauling
Side blower motors have removable filters that simply slide out and click back in for hassle-free cleaning
Small hose handle is perfect for young exhibitors
USB port fits the technology demands of today
Two three-pronged outlets for additional plugins
Assembled in the USA; patent-pending design
100% satisfaction guarantee; 1 year warranty on manufacturer’s defects
Note: Requires two 12-gauge extension cords, one to power each motor, that must be purchased separately - Item # 69940-25-00
*Fastest air speed/ highest exit velocity as tested by an external lab against the livestock blower market
+Coolest-running blower as tested by an external lab against the livestock blower market