Stationary vertical-blade louver

AMCA 550- and 540-listed, Model EVH-501D stationary vertical-blade louver features vertical blades, offers protection against wind-driven rain, and provides low-airflow resistance.

01/21/2016


AMCA 550- and 540-listed, Model EVH-501D stationary vertical-blade louver features vertical blades, offers protection against wind-driven rain, and provides low-airflow resistance. Courtesy: Greenheck Fan Corp.Greenheck's Model EVH-501D stationary vertical blade louver features vertical blades, offers protection against wind-driven rain, and provides low-airflow resistance. Model EVH-501D is AMCA 550- and 540-listed for high-velocity rain resistance and enhanced impact resistance. AMCA-licensed for water penetration, air performance, and wind-driven rain, the design incorporates a drainable head member and 5-in.-deep vertical rain-resistant blades. Manufactured of extruded aluminum, these louvers can be specified with a variety of options in a broad array of architectural finishes for durability and compatibility with adjacent components.

Greenheck Fan Corp.

www.greenheck.com



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