Exhaust fan series

Greenheck’s SP-80 and SP-110 exhaust fan models feature energy-efficient electrically commutated (EC) motor technology and can be precisely adjusted to prevent over-ventilating and maximize efficiency.

06/12/2014


Greenheck’s SP-80 and SP-110 exhaust fan models feature energy-efficient electrically commutated (EC) motor technology and can be precisely adjusted to prevent over-ventilating and maximize efficiency. Courtesy: GreenheckGreenheck's SP-80 and SP-110 exhaust fan models feature energy-efficient electrically commutated (EC) motor technology. An adjustable low cubic feet per minute (cfm) setting allows precise adjustment to prevent over-ventilating and maximize efficiency, while an adjustable time delay sets how long the fan will run on high speed before returning to a continuous lower speed. Performance ranges from 30 to 110 cfm and up to 0.6 in. wg. Easy to install in new or retrofit construction, Models SP-80 and SP-110 are recommended for applications such as restrooms, offices, and storage/janitorial rooms. Licensed to bear the AMCA Certified Sound and Air Performance seal, Models SP-80 and SP-110 are UL Listed. They also meet other standards such as ASHRAE 62.2 and 62.1, LEED, Energy Star Most Efficient, California Title 24, and Washington State Energy Code.

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