Direct Drive Mixed Flow Inline Fan Features Octagonal Housing

The octagonal housing coupled with the straightening vanes of the aluminum mixed flow wheel improves fan efficiency and reduces sound levels.

The octagonal housing coupled with the straightening vanes of the aluminum mixed flow wheel improves fan efficiency and reduces sound levels.

The Model EQD direct drive mixed flow inline fan from Greenheck features a Vari-Green motor mounted inside a patent pending octagonal housing. The Vari-Green motor’s variable speed control matches fan performance with facility demand and requires virtually no maintenance. The octagonal housing coupled with the straightening vanes of the aluminum mixed flow wheel improves fan efficiency and helps reduce sound levels by converting swirling airflow into straight laminar flow. The housing is manufactured of formed galvanized steel panels coupled with a heavy-gauge steel drive frame for strength and durability. Standard universal mounting supports, field-rotatable housing, and removable duct collars allow for installation ease.

Model EQD offers a performance range up to 4,250 cfm and static pressure up to 2.5 in. wg. Model EQD is ideal for indoor, commercial clean air applications where quiet operation is desired, such as office buildings, educational facilities, hospitals, manufacturing facilities and multifamily housing.

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