Weather louvers and dampers for building protection

Louver EME6325D and CD60 Control Damper are designed for buildings that can withstand high winds and other risk factors.

02/19/2016


Louver EME6325D and CD60 Control Damper are designed for buildings that can withstand high winds and other risk factors. Courtesy: RuskinRuskin's Louver EME6325D and CD60 Control Damper are designed for buildings that can withstand high winds and other risk factors. With vertical-blade design, the Louver EME6325D protects air intake and exhaust openings in building exterior walls from direct water penetration and stops wind-driven rain from entering commercial buildings. It also meets the Florida Building Code as well as TAS100A water performance. CD60 Control Damper includes a stainless steel option with the airfoil-blade profile as well as facilitates ease of installation and the ability for customization and flexibility for commercial applications. The patented single-piece frame uses mechanical clinching at 24 locations, which results in a quick installation and eliminates racking and subsequent leakage issues.

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