Fan array towers

The ClimateCraft FanMatrix tower can be used for retrofits and renovations to air handling units.

03/31/2011


ClimateCraft introduced the FanMatrix Tower for retrofits and renovations to air handling units (AHUs). The tower is designed for medical, institutional, commercial, and high-tech applications ranging from 3,000 to 200,000 cfm where the original AHU is functional but requires new fans due to failure, age, or poor performance. They are available in 34.5-in-wide models for rooms with severely limited access. The fans are housed in cabinets with an industrial coating system formulated to withstand harsh environments. Each fan is spring-isolated to improve seismic performance, eliminate vibration, and improve fan life. The fans can be coupled with ClimateCraft’s Access site-assembled capability for a full AHU retrofit.



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