Mixed flow inline fan

The EQB mixed flow inline fan combines the properties of centrifugal and vane axial fans while providing higher efficiency and lower sound levels.

08/06/2014


The EQB mixed flow inline fan combines the properties of centrifugal and vane axial fans while providing higher efficiency and lower sound levels. Courtesy: GreenheckGreenheck has expanded its line of mixed flow inline fans with the addition of Model EQB that combines the properties of centrifugal and vane axial fans while providing higher efficiency and lower sound levels. Model EQB’s unique octagonal housing is manufactured of formed galvanized steel panels coupled with a heavy-gauge steel drive frame that provides strength and durability. Standard universal mounting supports, field-rotatable housing, and removable duct collars allow for easy installation. Model EQB has a performance range up to 23,000 cfm and static pressure up to 3 in. wg. The Model EQB is licensed to bear the AMCA seal for sound and air performance.

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