Commercial rooftop ventilator

ecoPowerHybrid combines gravity and motorized ventilation and is based on a turbine that offers high cfm with flat rainproof hats while giving free airflow caused by wind, hot air, or both.

01/26/2016


ecoPowerHybrid combines gravity and motorized ventilation and is based on a turbine that offers high cfm with flat rainproof hats while giving free airflow caused by wind, hot air, or both. Courtesy: EdmondsUSAEdmondsUSA's ecoPower Hybrid is a hybrid commercial rooftop ventilator that combines gravity and motorized ventilation and is available with 16-, 24-, and 36-in. diameter throats. It is based on a turbine that offers high cfm with flat rainproof hats, which gives free airflow caused by wind, hot air, or both. The EC German motor offers high airflow while using low power. ecoPOWER has an efficient cfm-to-watt ratio that reduces when aided by wind: EP400 (16-in.) 1400-cfm at 68 W, EP600 (24-in.) 2519-cfm at 106 W, EP900 (36-in.) 5885-cfm at 260 W. The rooftop ventilator is used for cooling warehouses, schools/universities, wastewater treatment plants, and other types of buildings.

EdmondsUSA

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