Utility set fan series

Greenheck’s utility set fan series offers multiple levels of construction to meet a wide range of commercial and industrial applications.

09/03/2015


Greenheck’s utility set fan series offers multiple levels of construction to meet a wide range of commercial and industrial applications. Courtesy: GreenheckGreenheck’s USF-200 is constructed from galvanized steel with a bolted frame, uses a backward-inclined centrifugal wheel, and is ideal for airflow and pressure applications where clean air is being exhausted. USF-200 capacities range from 50 to 13,700 cfm and up to 5.0 in. wg. USF-300 is used in applications where a coating on the housing and in the airstream is required. USF-300 has an increased performance range with capacities up to 54,000 cfm and 5.0 in. wg. USF-400 spans the gap between traditional utility sets and industrial blowers. Featuring painted steel construction and either a backward-inclined or airfoil wheel, USF-400 is capable of Class II applications with capacities up to 69,000 cfm and 8.5 in. wg.

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