With a centrifugal blower, the air is moved by pulling it into a tube-like structure and releasing it at a 90 angle, using an impeller. In a centrifugal blower made from mild steel, ambient air is pulled in and its direction is changed at a 90-degree angle. The impeller is a set of rotating blades in a blower that pressurizes and moves air with high speed. It is an essential component in air pollution control systems in many processing industries. Fine particles are blown through pipe and duct by blower. It is a quiet, reliable equipment capable of working in various industrial conditions.