Wind-driven, rain-resistant louver

Ruskin's EME3625 offers water resistance to horizontal blade design, low pressure drop, and water penetration, and fits applications where high air volumes and prominent water performance are required.

12/17/2015


Ruskin's EME3625 offers water resistance to horizontal blade design, low pressure drop, and water penetration, and fits applications where high air volumes and prominent water performance are required. Courtesy: RuskinRuskin's EME3625 is a vertical-blade, wind-driven, and rain-resistant louver that offers water resistance to horizontal blade design, low pressure drop, and water penetration feature. The EME3625 has 45% free area and class "A" water performance at both 29 and 50 mph with free area velocity up to 2,024 fpm. Its aluminum construction allows for high resistance to corrosion. AMCA-certified for air and wind-driven rain, the EME3625 fits various applications when high air volumes and prominent water performance are required. It is also available in different finishes such as baked enamel, epoxy, Kynar, prime coat, and others.

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