Mixed-flow inline fans

Available in 11 sizes, Model EQB mixed-flow inline fans deliver efficiency and low sound levels.

03/04/2016


Available in 11 sizes, Model EQB mixed-flow inline fans deliver efficiency and low sound levels. Courtesy: GreenheckGreenheck's Model EQB mixed-flow inline fans are available in 11 sizes, 9 through 33, and offer a performance range up to 26,000 cfm and static pressure up to 3 in. wg. All sizes are licensed to bear the AMCA Seal for Sound and Air Performance. Model EQB's octagonal housing is manufactured of formed, galvanized-steel panels coupled with a heavy-gauge steel drive frame. An aluminum mixed-flow wheel ensures efficiency and low sound levels. Standard universal mounting supports, field-rotatable housing, and removable duct collars allow for easy installation. Model EQB can be used for indoor, commercial clean-air applications where quiet, economical operation is desired. Typical installations include office buildings, educational facilities, and hospitals.

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