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Parts by Number for Duct Damper Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
AC-VDQ 09 Global Industrial Applied Applications Int'l, Llc Not Provided Speedi-Products Galvanized Round Duct Volume Control Damper With Quadrant Handle Ac-Vdq 09 9"
AC-VDQ 04 Global Industrial Applied Applications Int'l, Llc Not Provided Speedi-Products Galvanized Round Duct Volume Control Damper With Quadrant Handle Ac-Vdq 04 4"
AC-VDQ 06 Global Industrial Applied Applications Int'l, Llc Not Provided Speedi-Products Galvanized Round Duct Volume Control Damper With Quadrant Handle Ac-Vdq 06 6"

Conduct Research Top

  • Controlling Duct Pressure
    application for this product. This article will discuss a typical application - controlling static pressure in a duct by varying fan speed with a Variable Frequency Drive (VFD). This system could also be used to control the pressure with inlet vanes, discharge dampers, bypass dampers, etc. The same
  • Butterfly Valves in Compressed Air & Vacuum Services
    Because a butterfly valve uses a disc to control flow, much like a damper in a duct system, some people occasionally want to use it to control the flow of compressed air and other gases, or for vacuum service. Will it work in these no-liquid applications? For the most part the answer will be yes
  • Case Study:An Ultra Performing Weather Strip
    . Industry: Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC). Challenges: To improve the sealing performance of weather stripping used on ventilation duct dampers and louvers when exposed to extreme temperatures. To decrease manufacturing costs. To improve delivery lead time. Solutions: Rethink
  • Lossnay (R) Bypass Ventilation and High-static Blades
    pressure has been boosted and noise reduced while ensuring an optimal airflow. Higher static pressure means that Lossnay can accommodate the pressure loss required to meet the specifications of duct piping and terminal materials, increasing the flexibility of system installation. Back to Technology
  • Biological Safety Cabinet Canopy Exhaust Connection Saves Energy and Improves Overall Safety Performance
    exhaust system, a BSC becomes the first piece of system ductwork, and the facility's HVAC design must accommodate duct static pressure and exhaust flow values. Exhausted air must be replaced by a laboratory's air supply system and typically needs to be conditioned (either heated or cooled). BSCs
  • Thermal Mass Flow Meter Supports Feedback Control Loop In Boiler System for Thermal Electric Power Generation
    . accurate and responsive air flow measurement data to control the. air which flow from separate ducts. Each of the duct air flows. dampers and keep the primary air flow to the coal mill entrance. are controlled by louvered dampers located inside the ducts. at precise and efficient levels. Figure 2 shows
  • Energy-Saving Potential of Solid-State AC Drives in VAV Systems
    % volume. Since the power requirements decrease much. point for the fan when applied to a less constricted duct system. faster than the reduction in volume, huge potential exists for sig-. nificant energy reduction at reduced volume. Figure 3. Fan Performance Curve. VAV SYSTEM OPERATING CYCLE
  • Pressure Transmitters Increasing Efficiency and Safety
    suction from being reduced at other stations. Otherwise, CFM and duct pressure would constantly change due to the volume of air changing in the system. The blower is typically running at full speed. When the duct system has a majority of dampers closed, the blower works hard against a larger resistance
  • CO2 Control In School Classrooms
    : www.AirTestTechnologies.com/docs/co2/CO2Reference.pdf . Installation Guidelines. •. Sensors should be instal ed on the wall in each major occupied zone (e.g. classroom). Placement in return. ductwork is not recommended for two reasons: 1. If a return air duct serves a number of spaces, the CO2
  • RTOs Leave Nothing to HAP-penstance
    : The inlet plenum is the duct located underneath the RTO that connects to the three inlet butterfly diverter valves. The air flowing through this duct to the RTO contains VOCs and HAPs but does not contain acid gases. However, as a precaution against corrosion, this ductwork was constructed of AL-6XN

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