Laboratory exhaust fan features mixed flow wheel, high plume discharge

By Healthcare Facilities Today
April 22, 2013

Greenheck’s Vektor-MH mixed flow, high plume laboratory exhaust fan features a mixed flow wheel and high plume discharge with capacities up to 60,000 cfm and 8 in. wg.

The plume’s conical discharge nozzle utilizes a bifurcated opening, allowing easy access to belts and motors located away from the contaminated air stream. Available in ten sizes, with multiple nozzle sections per fan size.

The Vektor-MH is ideal for medium to high-volume laboratory applications with mid to high static pressure requirements, according to the company. Designed to withstand up to 125 mph windloads without guide wires. 

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