Super Vac

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3842 Redman Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80524
About Super Vac
  • Super Vac makes a full line of portable ventilation equipment from 8" to 80" in diameter and powered by electic, gas, air and water motors. Hazardous location fans are one of our specialties.
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Products by Super Vac
  • Super Vac Nano Pac P8S

    Super Vac's Nano P8S is the perfect, cost effective solution to confined space ventilation challenges. The rugged Nano can be used for either supply air or exhaust ventilation, delivering the highest airflow in its class. Also available in a kit with ducting, the NanoPac's include both the fan... Read more
  • Super Vac F164i Blower / Exhauster

    The F series is the perfect combination of a low noise, high output design. The larger sizes are perfect for your bigger requirements including machine cooling and larger spaces. The efficient design of these fans includes Super Vac's patented propeller which produces a much greater intake... Read more
  • Super Vac LFR8 Duct

    The LFR8 Duct is constructed of a high quality, flame resistant, chemically stable material. It allows workers and equipment to pass by easily in tight spaces by simply collapsing the duct. Once something has passed through, the duct expands back to full air capacity. The LFR8 has been... Read more