Vektor-H

Greenheck's Vektor®--H is a self-contained and cost-effective solution that is superior to field built-up fan and stack assemblies. The Vektor®-H uses a belt-driven tubular centrifugal fan with an efficient nozzle design to safely propel fumes away from the building. Fan housings include an oversized access door that allows for ease of maintenance for interior fan components. All Vektor®-H systems are designed to withstand 125 mph windloads without the use of guide wires, and are available as single, double or triple fan systems.

Vektor-H

Advantages/Design Features

  • Mounts quickly and easily on Greenheck's reinforced roof curb (Model GPFHL)
  • Smaller footprint - requires less roof space
  • Designed to withstand up to 125 mph windloads without guide wires
  • A cleaner installation with fewer roof penetrations
  • No performance losses due to field fabricated inlet ducts and outlet stacks
  • Licensed to bear the AMCA Seal for Sound and Air Performance (AMCA 210 & 300)
  • Applicable to constant or variable volume systems
  • Meets ANSI Z9.5, NFPA 45 and ASHRAE Chapter 45 lab design guidelines
  • Performance capacities, 270 cfm to 24,000 cfm; up to 3.5 in. wg per fan
  • Configurable in single, double or triple fan systems

Overview

  • Vektor-H

    Vektor-H

    Greenheck's Vektor®-H is a self-contained and cost-effective solution that is superior to field built-up fan and stack assemblies. The Vektor®-H uses a belt-driven tubular centrifugal fan with an efficient nozzle design to safely propel fumes away from the building. Fan housings include an easy access design that allows for ease of maintenance to interior fan components. All Vektor®-H systems are designed to withstand 125 mph windloads without the use of guide wires, and are available as single, double or triple fan systems.


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