Low-pressure mixed flow fan

Greenheck's Model QEI-L inline mixed flow fans is designed specifically for low-pressure applications and is available in 11 sizes for wheel diameters

05/16/2013


Greenheck's Model QEI-L inline mixed flow fans is designed specifically for low-pressure applications and is available in 11 sizes for wheel diameters. Courtesy: GreenheckGreenheck has expanded its line of quiet, efficient, inline mixed flow fans with the addition of Model QEI-L, designed specifically for low-pressure applications. Model QEI-L is available in 11 sizes for wheel diameters 12 through 36 with a performance range up to 40,000 cfm. A flanged connection is standard with companion flanges available for an easy slip fit connection. Model QEI-L is licensed to bear the AMCA Certified Sound and Air Performance seal and is recommended for low-pressure ventilation applications requiring low sound levels and high fan efficiency including office buildings, concert halls, educational facilities, libraries, and parking garages. 

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