• Twin City Fan R11Q TBR

    Twin City Fan R11Q TBR

    Stainless - For NOx Exhaust

  • FiberSonic Silencer

    FiberSonic Silencer

    1 of 13 at Brightwater WWTP

  • Fiberglass Centrifugal Fan

    Fiberglass Centrifugal Fan

    At Mount Vernon WWTP

  • Camfil Farr GS-24

    Camfil Farr GS-24

    On Carbon Dust

  • Camfil Farr GS-16

    Camfil Farr GS-16

    On Sponge Abrasive Blasting

  • 245 QSL Exhaust Fans

    245 QSL Exhaust Fans

    At Sunnyside WWTP

  • Aerovent Vertical Make-up Air Unit

    Aerovent Vertical Make-up Air Unit

    At Sunnyside WWTP

  • 330 BCF

    330 BCF

    330 BCF with SS Guards-Pedestal and HDG Base

  • Aerovent Type VW Marine Duty Fans

    Aerovent Type VW Marine Duty Fans

    330 BCF with SS Guards-Pedestal and HDG Base

For all of your industrial fan needs

Since 1974, the David P. Wilson Co. has served the Pacific Northwest's industrial air processing needs. We supply industrial fans, blowers, air pollution control, and design services.
Give us a shout!

Give us a shout!

425.462.0624
derek@davidpwilson.com

One of Sixteen 316SS Jet Fans in the Eastbound Mount Baker Tunnel

One of Sixteen 316SS Jet fans in the Eastbound Mount Baker Tunnel

What’s New with the David P. Wilson Co.

WSDOT and Sound Transit recently added high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes to both directions of the I-90 mainline between Seattle and Bellevue. This project preserves the three existing general purpose lanes in each direction while adding all-day HOV lanes as well as direct access ramps for transit, carpools, and vanpools.  The David P. Wilson Co. furnished the (16) new Jet Fans which are visible while driving eastbound thru the Mount Baker Tunnel.  In addition to the Jet Fans, larger modifications were made to existing underground centrifugal fans to overcome the additional pressure drop of the new design.

The need for tunnel ventilation is critical for the life and safety of any person utilizing the metro, rail or road tunnels throughout the world. Typically the equipment is used for smoke extraction or control for the time it takes people to evacuate the tunnel under emergency conditions. They are also utilized to control exhaust fumes and to provide standard ventilation when required.