Greenheck Fan Corporation - Building Value in Air

VENTILADORES Y EXTRACTORES

VentiladorES PARA PISOS

El ventilador debajo para pisos de Greenheck modelo UFT está diseñado para un sistema de distribución de aire debajo del piso para proporcionar aire fresco o aire caliente a las zonas del perímetro o a los cuartos interiores. El funcionamiento va de 130 pcm a 1,798 pcm y con presiones estáticas de 0.875 de pulg. ca.

Modelo UFT

UFTIncorporando el modelo UFT de Greenheck en su diseño debajo del piso le dará las ventajas de mejorar la ventilación del espacio, la calidad del aire, reducir equipo mecánico, el costo de operación y mejorar la flexibilidad de espacio.

Informacion Relacionada (English)

Projectos Archivados:

Capitol Area East End Comples Block 225, Sacramento, California
 
Articulos Publicados:

Underfloor Ventilation - Underfloor air distribution for office environments (HPAC Engineering, March 2001)

Underfloor Air System Equipment, A review of many available products, including access floors, air diffusers, underfloor air terminals, floor air-handling units, and controls (HPAC Engineering, January 2002)

Underfloor Air Distribution: Lessons Learned (May 2002)
(Copyright 2002, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. This posting is by permission from ASHRAE Journal. This article may not be copied nor distributed in either paper or digital form without ASHRAE's permission. Contact ASHRAE at www.ashrae.org)

Outlook for Underfloor Air Distribution (June 2001)
(Copyright 2001, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. This posting is by permission from ASHRAE Journal. This article may not be copied nor distributed in either paper or digital form without ASHRAE's permission. Contact ASHRAE at www.ashrae.org)

Underfloor Air Distribution Solutions for Open Office Applications (CH-99-6-3)
(Copyright 2003, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. (www.ashrae.org). Reprinted by permission from ASHRAE Transactions 2003, Volume No. 105, Part No. 1. This paper may not be copied nor distributed in either paper or digital form without ASHRAE's permission. Contact ASHRAE at www.ashrae.org)
 
Enlaces de su Industria:

Berkeley University, Center for Built Environments, Underfloor Air Technology