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The Model EQB mixed-flow inline fan’s hybrid design combines the best properties of axial and centrifugal fans, with better sound and air performance.

Model EQB is ideal for clean air applications where quiet, economical operation is required. The highly efficient belt-driven EQB offers substantial energy savings compared to typical centrifugal or vane axial fans, and handles volumes up to 23,000 CFM up to 3 in. w.g.

The exclusive, octagonal housing with formed galvanized steel panels provides exceptional strength at significantly lower cost than products with welded construction. The EQB is field-rotatable for easy base mounting or hung installation.

Isolator Adjustment Video Now Available Online

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Greenheck’s website now includes a new series of short instructional videos designed to help contractors and facility managers handle common maintenance issues found with HVAC equipment.

The video “How to Adjust Isolators” shows different types of isolators, lists the tools needed for isolator adjustment, and demonstrates the step-by-step process of adjusting a free-standing fan isolator. To view the video, visit and click on the Library link found on the home page navigation bar. Then click on videos.

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All New EQB - Mixed Flow Inline Fan

Isolator Adjustment Video

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Project Profile – Kaiser Permanente Orange County Irvine Medical Center

Product Application Video - Office

Did You Know? – Online Training Courses

Project Profile

Kaiser Permanente
Los Angeles, CA

Architects wanted to create a clean, continuous exterior sightline (with recessed mullions) that blocked the view of internal equipment but still allowed the desired airflow to exit or enter the utility plant.

What’s New

Product Applications

Clean, quiet company wide comfort in air. Noise disruptions in meetings, feeling stuffy and or uncomfortable can hamper employee productivity.


Did You Know?

Online Training Courses

Greenheck’s Fan Fundamentals online training courses allow you to receive PDH credits and are ideal as a refresher for those new to ventilation concepts.


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Volume 6, Issue 3, June 11, 2014
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