Greenheck Introduces Housed Plenum Array Fan, Model HPA - Podcast
Greenheck Plenum Fans are designed for air handling and pressurized plenum applications. The primary benefits of plenum fans are compact sizes, flexibility to supply multiple air take-offs, and economical price.
APH plenum fans are designed and engineered for superior performance and reliability. Model APH is ideal for industrial applications with welded construction, coated framework, multiple configurations and the highest performance capabilities. Quiet and efficient operation is achieved through a 12-bladed, airfoil aluminum wheel. This design saves energy and improves the overall sound quality by reducing low frequency tones that are difficult to attenuate. The APH is available in both belt and direct drive with an extensive accessory offering.
APM plenum fans provide high efficiency while maintaining a compact size. This is an excellent selection for retrofit and replacement applications and in variable air volume systems. Utilizing a bolt together framework that is either galvanized or coated, the APM features the exact same high efficiency / low sound 12-blade wheel as the APH plenum, but at a more cost effective price point for light and medium duty applications. APM units are available in belt and direct drive with basic accessory options.
Model HPA (Housed Plenum Array)
Model HPA is a direct drive plenum fan mounted inside a sound attenuating housing designed and engineered to provide superior performance and reliability in commercial and industrial applications. Model HPA can be used as a single fan in a sound critical application or in parallel to construct a fan array system. The HPA features a modular design with a structural housing that allows multiple modules to stack side-by-side and on top of one another to form an array or fan wall. Typical applications include packaged, built-up and custom air handlers, general supply and return systems and retrofit projects.
Other Product Information
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- Fan Efficiency Grades Energy Guide (FEG)
- Models USF and CSW
- Mounting Bases and Vibration Isolation