The Backward Curved Centrifugal Fan, equipped with a plastic impeller, is high-voltage powered by a built-in electronically commutated motor (ECM), which enables the fan to run efficiently with low-energy transmission loss.
The Model ABD-SEA-E provides precise and automatic airflow regulation for supply or exhaust ventilation systems in any residential or commercial building. It is designed for use in any HVAC application with a static pressure between 0.2 and 2.0 inches water column.
The Smart Building Gateway (SBG) provides continuous ventilation management system monitoring from any internet connection. Via the SBG, facility managers and contractors can gain instant, live access to all air-quality parameters and immediately determine whether the ventilation management system is operating at optimal efficiency and maintaining healthy IAQ.
Equipped with a plastic impeller, this high-voltage fan is powered by a built-in electronically commutated motor (ECM), which enables the fan to run efficiently. Designed for residential uses, the centrifugal fan is widely applied in HVAC, air movements, or home appliances.
Just because our industry talks about proper airflow, it doesn't mean we’re doing much to address it. Airflow must be measured, plain and simple. Duct design and duct tightness won’t assure proper airflow.
Designed with California Title 24 regulatory compliance in mind, these condensers are available with one to 14 fans and single- and double-fan-width models in either vertical or horizontal airflow configurations.
Understand why system and duct design, duct tightness both inside and outside the envelope, and testing are the future of all successful HVAC companies. Get your head around the simple, practical steps to prove your company is scientifically superior to the competition, and ready for 21st century demands of smarter, more informed customers.
During this webinar, our expert speaker will discuss how contractors will be able to recognize the differences between blow through (HTHV) and draw through (MAU) technologies, as well as their respective strengths/weaknesses for different applications.