New Mega-Stack Option Available for Greenheck FumeJet Fume Exhaust Fan

February 4, 2019

The new Mega-Stack option for Greenheck’s Model FJI FumeJet® fume exhaust fan offers extended discharge from 10 to 15 feet in overall stack discharge height, making it ideal for low flow applications requiring higher plume rise. Greenheck’s FumeJet is a pre-engineered, centrifugal fan exhaust package that reduces and prevents exposure to harmful fumes and disperses odors.

Designed per ANSI Z9.2 standard for local exhaust systems, the FumeJet provides a compact footprint with motors and drives located under a common weatherhood. Complimentary accessories allow for quick and trouble free installation plus configurable mounting options accommodate different building layouts. The FumeJet fan package with Mega-Stack assembly has been designed and factory-tested to withstand a wind speed of 115 miles per hour without the need for guy-wires. With a maximum exhaust volume of 18,000 cfm and up to 9 in. wg, Greenheck’s FumeJet provides a quick and easy alternative to a field built-up system in commercial and industrial applications.

For more information about Greenheck products, visit www.greenheck.com.

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