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Halton air flow management dampers

Air flow management dampers



HHV - Airflow control unit with integrated attenuator – single

Airflow control unit for either supply or exhaust air. Compact construction with integrated attenuator to meet low sound levels. Pressure independent operation Circular duct connections equipped with integrated rubber gaskets. Both supply and exhaust ducts can be insulated on site with 50 mm insulation.

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HHW - Airflow control unit with integrated attenuator – duo

Combined airflow control unit for supply and exhaust air. Compact construction with integrated attenuator to meet low sound levels. Pressure independent operation. Circular duct connections equipped with integrated rubber gaskets Both supply and exhaust ducts can be insulated on site with 50 mm insulation.

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HFB - Airflow management damper

Control damper for different airflow and duct pressure control applications. Pressure-independent operation.

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HFD - Airflow management damper for dual duct systems

Control damper for variable and constant airflow control applications in dual duct systems. Pressure-independent operation. Tight shut-off operation at closed damper position. Factory-set airflow range limits (min./max. airflow rates).

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RMC - Constant airflow damper

Constant airflow damper without external power supply, self-balancing operation. Large operation area.

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HFL - Linear airflow control unit

Linear airflow control unit for constant low-pressure applications. Airflow characteristic is linear in relation to damper position and control signal.

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HFR - Airflow management unit

Control damper for different airflow and duct pressure control applications. Pressure-independent operation. Factory-set airflow range limits (min./max. airflow rates).

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HFS - Static Pressure Control Damper

Duct pressure control application. The static pressure control damper HFS is designed to be used in combination with static pressure measurement unit MSS to maintain the desired constant duct pressure.

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