Mixed flow laboratory exhaust fan

The Vektor-MS inline mixed flow laboratory exhaust fan is designed to reduce fan energy in laboratory applications and features a noninvasive flow monitoring.

07/16/2014


Mixed flow laboratory exhaust fan is designed to energy in laboratory application and features a noninvasive flow monitoring. Greenheck's Vektor-MS inline mixed flow laboratory exhaust fan is designed to reduce fan energy in demand-based laboratory exhaust applications and allow variable frequency drives to be applied to laboratory exhaust fans. The Vektor-MS responds to changes in airflow and static pressure in an occupied space, while the variable geometry discharge nozzle modulates to maintain constant discharge velocity at the fan exit. The Vektor-MS utilizes mixed flow impeller technology and a bifurcated fan housing design. The Vektor-MS meets ANSI Z9.5, NFPA 45, and ASHRAE Chapter 45 lab design guidelines and is licensed to bear the AMCA Seal for Sound and Air Performance.

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