Adjustable louver with drainable blades

Model EAD-635 is an adjustable blade louver in a 6-in. deep frame that incorporates a drainable head member and adjustable drainable blades and is designed for warehouse distribution facilities.

12/16/2014


Model EAD-635 is an adjustable blade louver in a 6-in. deep frame that incorporates a drainable head member and adjustable drainable blades and is designed for warehouse distribution facilities. Courtesy: GreenheckGreenheck's EAD-635 is an adjustable blade louver in a 6-in. deep frame that incorporates a drainable head member and adjustable drainable blades to channel water to the jambs that guide the water through vertical downspouts for escape at the sill. When open, the drainable blades provide excellent resistance to water penetration and high volume intake and exhaust ventilation. The adjustable blades can be controlled with manually operated hand-cranks, pull chains, and electric or pneumatic actuators. Model EAD-635 is AMCA licensed for water penetration and air performance and is ideally suited for warehouse distribution facilities.

Greenheck

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