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Dampers & Measure units


Lindab

General information and theory

Safe

Silencers

Dampers & Measure units

Fire dampers & Smoke


evacuation

Air valves

Roof hoods

Other circular products

Transfer

10

Rectangular

11

Flexible ducting

12

Isol

13

Access doors

14

Smart tools

15

Duct suspensions & Support


systems

16

Fastening material

17

Index

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Content Dampers & Measure units


To regulate

Standard
dampers

DRU...................... 243 DSU ......................259


DIRU..................... 251 DTU ......................267
DTMU/DTWU .......275

manual

2
3

for motor

electric
with motor

6
7

DTHU....................280
DTH1U..................282
DTH2U..................283

electric or
pneumatic

4
5

To shut-off

DSUSN .................288
DIRBU .................. 284 DTBU....................289
DIRVU .................. 286 DTBCU .................293
DTFU ....................298
DTBLU..................300

pneumatic

Cleaning
dampers

DTPU ....................302

manual

PSDRU ................. 305 TDSU ....................307


TDRU.................... 306

manual

TASU ....................308
TATU ....................309

8
Alternating
dampers

9
10

with motor

electric

TATBU ..................310

11
12

Constant- and
variable flow
units (automatic
dampers)

manual

DAU...................... 319

13
with motor

14

electric

DA2EU.................. 320
DAVU.................... 321

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16
17
18
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Regulating damper

Insulation cup
LKSR........................................... 322

IK ................................................ 344

1
2

Handle

Regulating damper

DRHTG ....................................... 344

DRUI............................................ 323

3
4

HANDLE ..................................... 344


Sliding dampers
SKMTR........................................ 324
SKPTR ........................................ 325

5
Assembly kits

MSATS 31................................... 344


MSATS 41................................... 344

Air stream operated


dampers

CARU .......................................... 326


CAR............................................. 327
Extension spindles
VREDF 15 60 .............................. 344
VREDF 15 100 ............................ 344

Flow meters
FMDRU ....................................... 328

9
Extension spindles
AXFL ........................................... 344

FMDU.......................................... 333

10
11

Mounting shelves
FMU ............................................ 338

KOMHY ...................................... 344

12
KOMHY LONG ........................... 344

13

Measuring bends
MBU............................................ 341

14
LMOK....................................... 344
MBFU.......................................... 342

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16
17
18

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Content Dampers
Tightness and pressure classes

Tightness class
2

3
To shut-off

To regulate

2
3
A

5
6

Pressure class

DRU
DIRU
DIRBU
DIRVU
DSU
PSDRU
TDRU
TASU

DTU
DTHU
DTBU
63315 DSU
TDSU
TATU
TATBU

DAU
DA2EU
DAVU
DTPU 355630
B

DTPU 80315
C

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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7101000
7101000
7101000

3551000

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DTU
DTMU
DTWU
DTHU
DTH1U
DTBU
DTBCU
DTU
DTMU
DTWU
DTHU
DTH1U
DTH2U
DTBU
DTBCU
DTFU
DTBLU

355630
355630
355630
355630
355630
355630
355630
80315
80315
80315
80315
80315
80315
80315
80315
80250
80315

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Dampers
Summary, motorized dampers

This is the standard range. Other combinations of dampers and motors can be ordered.

Original damper
DTU

80315

TATU

2
DTBLU (low built)
80160
80315

DA2EU
80315
DIRBU
100315

DAU
DIRU

Motor

Motorized damper
DTBU
400500
630
7101000
TATBU
100400

Regulating
Forward
Return
24 A-F
Denomination LM
LM 230 A-F

4
2 set-points
electricity
electricity
NM 24 A-F
SM 24 A
GM 24 A
NM 230 A-F SM 230 A
GM 230 A

Original damper
DTU

80315

DTBCU
250315

5
CM 24 F
CM 230 F

LM 24 A-F
LM 230 A-F

Motorized damper
DTFU (fast motor)
400630
80250
80250

TATU
DAVU
80315

DAU

DIRVU
100315

DIRU

Motor

Regulating
Forward
Return
24
Denomination TF
TF 230

2 set-points
electricity
spring
LF 24
SF 24 A
LF 230
SF 230 A

continous
electricity
electricity
LMQ 24 A

LMQ 24 A-SR LM 24 A-SX

9
10

LM 24 A-SR

11
Original damper
DTU

Motorized damper
DTPU (very fast actuator)
80200
250315
400630

TATU
DAU
DIRU
Motor

12
13

Regulating
Forward
Return
Denomination AK 31 P

2 set-points
pressureized air
spring
AK 41 P
AK 42 P

14
15
16
17
18

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Dampers
1
2

Preference
Final Damper
Motor
Dimension

Extension
spindle

First choise

2nd choise
3rd choise
DTBU
LM
80315

Last choise

VREDF 15 60

LMOK

Which parts to use


when building motorized dampers
at building sitestarting from;
manual dampers or
dampers prepared for motorizing.
Lindab recommends to follow
the preference rating, if possible.

KOMHY
LONG

4
Motor Shelf

5
DTH1U

DTU

DTHU

Starting
dampe

7
8

Preference
Final Damper
Motor
Dimension

First choise

80500

2nd choise

80450

500

3rd choise
4th choise
DTBU
NM
80400
VREDF 15 100

Last choise

500

VREDF 15 60

Extension
spindle

10
LMOK

11

Motor Shelf

12
13

KOMHY
LONG

DTH1U

DTHU

DTU

Starting
dampe

14
15
16
17
18
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KOMHY

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Dampers
Preference
Final Damper
Motor
Dimension

First choise

80500

2nd choise

3rd choise
DTBU

SM
500630

80450

AXFL

Last choise

First choise
GM

80630

710800

9001000

VREDF 15 60

Extension
spindle

3
KOMHY
LONG

KOMHY
LONG

KOMHY

Motor Shelf

5
DTH1U

DTHU

DTU

DTHU

6
Starting
dampe

7
Preference
Final Damper
Motor
Dimension

First choise

2nd choise

TF
802

LF
250315

First choise
DTBCU

2nd choise

Last choise

SF
400

500630

400630
VREDF 15 100

VREDF 15 100
Extension
spindle

10
KOMHY
LONG

KOMHY
LONG

KOMHY

11

Motor Shelf

12
DTHU

DTHU

DTU

DTHU

DTU

13
Starting
dampe

14
15
16
17
18
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Dampers
1

Preference

Final Damper
Motor
Dimension

First choise

2nd choise

3rd choise

Last choise

DTFU
LMQ
80250
VREDF 15 60

Extension
spindle
LMOK

KOMHY
LONG

Motor Shelf

5
DTH1U

DTHU

DTU

Starting
dampe

7
8
9

Preference
Final Damper
Motor
Dimension

First choise

2nd choise
3rd choise
DTFU
LMQ-SR
80250

Last choise

VREDF 15 60

10

Extension
spindle
LMOK

11

Motor Shelf

12
13

KOMHY
LONG

DTH1U

DTHU

DTU

Starting
dampe

14
15
16
17
18
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Dampers
Preference
Final Damper
Motor
Dimension

First choise

Last choise

DTBLU
CM
80160
DTH2U

LM
80315
DTH2U

Starting
dampe

Preference
Final Damper
Motor
Dimension

4
5

First choise

Last choise
First choise
Last choise
DTPU
AK 31 P
AK 41 P
80200
250315

MSATS AK 31

MSATS AK 41

Extension
spindle

KOMHY
LONG

KOMHY
LONG

Motor Shelf

9
DTHU

DTH1U

DTHU

DTH1U

Starting
dampe

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

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General

3
4
5
6
7
8

The damper blade is normally designed so that a certain flow


of air can always leak through, even if the damper is closed.
This makes the sensitivity to angle changes less than for a
shut-off damper.
Dampers are available in both manual and automatic versions. The manual dampers are adjusted when the installation is commissioned, and are cheaper than the automatic
ones. On the other hand, manual dampers need many more
hours of adjustment, and means of flow measurement. For
this reason, some dampers have measuring nozzles. In large
systems, or where pressure variations occur, it is better to
use automatic dampers. These are also referred to as constant flow dampers.
Shut-off dampers are used to save energy, to prevent the
spread of poisonous gas etc. These dampers often have rubber seals on the damper blade. The damper can either be designed as a straight piece of ducting, or as a T-piece to
switch the air flow from one duct to another. The blade is normally either fully open or fully closed.

Tightness
Two types of tightness are applicable to dampers:

9
10
11
12
13
14

Tightness class

Regulating dampers are used to balance the plant so that


the wanted air flow is achieved.

1. Tightness to the environment


This specifies the magnitude of the air leakage throu
joints and leaks in the duct sides in relation to the duct
surface. This leakage is classified into tightness classes
A, B, C and D. Most dampers can be used in installations/systems which require them to maintain tightness
class D. Please refer to the Safe section.
Fulfils the demands of the standard EN 1751.
2. Tightness past a closed damper shutter
This refers to the amount of air leaking past the closed
blade, in relation to shutter area. This relationship is
classified into five sealing classes 04. There is no tightness requirement for class 0. The classes 0 and 1 are
regulating dampers. The highest class, tightness class 4,
refers to very tight shut-off dampers.
Fulfils the demands of the standard EN 1751.

5000

3000

2000

1000

Pressure class

Tightness past the closed damper blade


and pressure classes

[Pa]

Dampers for different purposes are used


in a ventilation system

500
300
200
100
50
1

10

20 30

50

100

200 300 500

1000

2000

[(l/s)/m]

Motorized dampers
Dampers can be supplied ex works with actuators installed.
Various types of actuators are available, both electric and
pneumatic.

Material
Standard
Bushings are made from polyamide. The bushings can withstand constant temperatures of up to 150 C.
Special
If a higher corrosivity class is required, the dampers can be
supplied with a polyester coating, or made from aluminium or
stainless steel. The blades can be provided with silicone rubber seals for higher temperature operation. The dampers can
then withstand constant temperatures of 150 C and 200 C
intermittent. In these cases, please contact Lindab.

CE-labeling
Our dampers with electrical shifting motor are regarded as
components of the duct system and need not to be separately CE-labeled. Their electrical shifting motor on the contrary is a part of the electrical system and is CE-labeled.
Assurance of conformity can be found at www.belimo.com.

Blade setting
DRU and DSU dampers of dimensions 63160 are supplied
with their blades completely open, to facilitate adjustment
preparations. Dampers of other dimensions are supplied with
closed blades to prevent transport damage.

Cleaning of duct system

15
16

Most dampers have components which obstruct the duct


system to a greater or lesser extent, and thus obstruct or prevent cleaning.
Please refer to page 603.

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Regulating damper

DRU
Dimensions

1
45

80630

d1

2
3
l

8001000

Has a turning, cut-off blade. The blade is stepless adjustable


090. The damper admits an insulation thickness of approx.
50 mm.

The blade is designed to generate a minimum of noise. The


noise is approx. the same as for a perforated blade. But the
blade is less sensitive to clogging since it lacks perforations.
Setting angle
= 0 = open blade, = 90 = closed blad

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.
801000 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.
The cup at 80630 can be complemented with the special
insulation cup IK at insulation thicker than 50 mm.

Reinforced blade

d1

Description

8
d1
nom
80
100
112
125
140
150
160
180
200
224
250
280
300
315
355
400
450
500
560
600
630
800
1000

l
mm
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
115
115
115
115
230
230

m
kg
0,34
0,40
0,43
0,46
0,54
0,60
0,65
0,69
0,80
0,90
1,28
1,40
1,62
1,70
2,01
2,82
3,70
4,70
5,51
5,90
6,21
18,2
24,4

Sealing class past


closed blade
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Ordering example
DRU

125

Product
Dimension d1

18
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Regulating damper

DRU

4
5
6
7
8

630

The blade is set via a knob in a protective cup.


The setting of the blade is read against
an embossed scale at the rim of the
cup.
The blade is locked with two screws,
type Pozidriv (PZD2).
The blade has reinforced locking with a
sturdy wing nut.
The blade is reinforced.
The blade is additionally reinforced.
With sturdy handle.
With additionally reinforced handle.
With reinforced stop beads.
The axle is reinforced.
The damper can be delivered prepared
for motor.
The damper can be delivered with motor.

500

400

Property

Pressure drop graphs with noise data for


dimensioning

80315

8001000

Technical data

The solid curves show the pressure drop, pt, over the
damper as a function of flow q, and setting angle .
The dashed curves give the A-weighted sound power data,
LWA, in dB to the duct.

Example
Given

Dimension 100
Flow 60 l/s
Pressure drop 200 Pa

Obtained from graph


Setting angle 40
Sound power level 63 dB (A)

80
[]
40

[Pa]
90 80 70

500

60

50

75
300

65
B]

60

20

55

W
A

[d

100

pt

10

30

70

200

50

50
45
30

11

20

12

10

40
35
5

10

20
q
3

30

40 50

75 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

10

13
100
[]
40

[Pa]

14

90 80 70

500

60

50

75

300

15

200
[d

B]

65

55
50

17

50

30
20

18

40

30
8

10

20

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10

45

35

30
q
3

4
v

244

20

W
A

100

60
0

pt

16

30

70

40 50

120 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

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Regulating damper

DRU
1

112

150
[]
40

[Pa]
90 80

500

70

60

50

90 80 70

500

30

300

[]
30

[Pa]
60

50

40

300

200

200

20

100

pt

50

100

50

10

30
20

30
10

20

30

40 50
q
4
v

100

20
17 20

150 [l/s]

30

40 50

100

150 200 270 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

10

125

4
v

15 [m/s]

10

160
[]
40

[Pa]
50

75

300

40
12 15

30
q
3

75

30

65
100

20

60

W
A

20

60

55
50

40 50

100

180 [l/s]

20

30

45

35

30
20

10

50

30

10

45

20

10

40

40 50

100

200

300 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

10

15 [m/s]

4
v

140
[]

[Pa]
80 70

60

[]

[Pa]

50

90 80 70

500

60

50

40
30

40
300

30

300

200

20

200

12
13

180

500

11

90

70

200

pt

B]

20

300

30

50

30

50

80

55

50

60

65

[d
L

W
A

100

90 80 70

500

70

200

[]
40

[Pa]

B]

60

[d

90 80 70

500

pt

pt

20

14
15

100

10
0

pt

pt

20
100

50

50

30

30

20

15

20

30

40 50

100

150

230 [l/s]

16

20
25 30

17
40 50

100
q

q
1

4
v

10

15 [m/s]

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4
v

150

200

300 380 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

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DRU

1
200

280
[]
40
80

[Pa]

90 80 70

500

60

50

300

200

30

[d
B]
W
A

30

65
60

20

pt

55

40

100

45

50
10

30
20

50

300

40

60

200

50
50

90 80 70

500

70

100

pt

75

[]

[Pa]

20

35
30

40 50

30

100

200

300

475 [l/s]

20
60

100

200

300 400 500

10

950 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

224
[]
90 80 70

500

60

50

4
v

90 80

70

15 [m/s]

10

[]
40

[Pa]

40

500
30

300

300

[Pa]

60

50

300

200

200
30

100

pt

100

50
10

30
20
40 50

100

150 200
q

12
1

4
v

300 400 500 600 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

10

250

200

300 400 500


q

4
v

60

[]
40
80

50

75

300

65

100

30

18
246

20

10

35
50

100

20

45

35

30

30

40

10

40

200
q
3

60

55

50

50

45

30

70

200
20

40
80

50
50

50

B]

B]
[d

60

300

30

W
A

100

60
55

[]
90 80 70

500

65

15

17

15 [m/s]

[Pa]

70

200

16

1000 [l/s]

10

[d

90 80 70

500

pt

100

315

[Pa]

14

10

20
70

W
A

13

30

pt

11

20

50

10

pt

20

300

500

750 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

20

80 100

200

300 400 500


q
3

4
v

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1200 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

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Regulating damper

DRU
1

355

500

[Pa]
90 80

500

70

60

50

[]

[Pa]

30

500

40

60

80 30

50
20
200

300 400 500


q

4
v

1000

40
500

35
300

400

1000

2000

10

3000 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

15 [m/s]

10

10

1500 [l/s]
1

45

30

200

20

55

50

50

20
100

60

[d
B]
W
A

100

30

65

20

pt

100

85

70

200

200

560
[]
40

[Pa]
90 80

500

70

60

50

300

B]
[d

20
130

200

10
10

10

11

30
500
q

100

50

40
300

9
20

pt

W
A

55

45
35

1000

1900 [l/s]

20
250

400 500

1000
q

15 [m/s]

10

2000

3700 [l/s]

12

450

4
v

15 [m/s]

10

13

600
[]

[Pa]
90 80

500

70

30

20

60

50

30

50

200

65

50

60

300

70

100

90 80 70

500
30

75

200

[]
40

[Pa]

80

pt

[]
40

50

300

300

pt

90 80 70

60

50

[]

[Pa]

40

90 80

500

300

70

60

50

14
40

300

200

200

15

30
100

pt

pt

30
100

20

20

50

50

30

30

20
160 200

300 400 500

1000

2000 2500 [l/s]

10

20
280

400 500

1000
q

q
1

4
v

10

15 [m/s]

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4
v

2000

16
17

3000 4200 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

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DRU

1
630

900
[]
40

[Pa]

90 80 70

500

60

50

200

B]
[d

pt

W
A

40

20
300

50
10

10
30

1000
q
2

20

100

50

500

30

20

45

2000

3000

4700 [l/s]

20
630

1000

2000

10

300

5000

9500 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

710
90 80

500

60

70

50

[]
40

4
v

90 80

500

70

60

[d

B]

60

50

45

10
40

30

30
0

20
400 500

1000

2000

3000 4000

4
v

15 [m/s]

10

800
[]
90 80 70

500

60

50

40

300

70

200

65

15
B]

pt

18
248

55

20

[d
W
A

50

50

45
40

30

17

30

60
100

20
500

1000

10

35

30

2000
q
3

5000

10

2000

5000

11800 [l/s]

q
1

[Pa]

16

20
800 1000

10

35

30

6000 [l/s]

12

14

20

55

W
A

100

50

50

13

30

65

pt

20

[]
40

70

200

30

100

11

50

300

200

pt

10

15 [m/s]

10

[Pa]

300

1000

[Pa]

40

70

65

55
30

50

200

60

50

60

300

75

100

pt

90 80 70

500
85 30
80

300

[]

[Pa]

7500 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

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l indab | dampers and measu re u nits

Regulating damper

DRU

Sound data
Sound power level LW, [dB] to duct in the octave bands 18, 638000 Hz, as a function of dimension, flow and pressure drop.

1
2

dim
d1

80

100

125

160

200

250

315

400

500

630

800

1000

Pressure
drop
[Pa]

63 125

500
200
100
50
20

53
47

49
42

500
200
100
50
20

48
43

42
35

500
200
100
50
20

57
56

42
32

500
200
100
50
20

42
37

36
30

500
200
100
50
20

40
34

38
31

500
200
100
50
20

44
33

41
35

500
200
100
50
20

34
26

34
30

500
200
100
50
20

42
40

37
34

500
200
100
50
20

46
41

40
33

500
200
100
50
20

54
45

49
35

500
200
100
50
20

31

33

500
200
100
50
20

50
47

40
22

Velocity app. 1 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 5 [l/s]

43 40 33 23
36 32 25 16
Flow 8 [l/s]

38 33 26 19
30 23 17
9
Flow 12 [l/s]

41 31 29 20
39 29 27 11
Flow 20 [l/s]

33 28 25 20
30 26 19 16
Flow 30 [l/s]

33 30 28 27
26 25 25 23
Flow 50 [l/s]

35 32 29 24
29 29 25 15
Flow 80 [l/s]

30 26 22 21
27 21 16 15
Flow 130 [l/s]

31 29 28 27
27 25 24 23
Flow 200 [l/s]

36 33 32 29
29 27 26 19
Flow 300 [l/s]

45 39 34 36
38 30 29 29
Flow 500 [l/s]

27 22 21 11
Flow 800 [l/s]

32 34 31 26
27 29 19
6

4k

8k

63 125

15
7

8
1

65
63
60
56
51

65
63
60
54
47

16
7

14
6

67
59
58
55
50

64
58
55
53
49

17
15

15
11

71
65
64
63
62

68
62
59
54
48

17
11

16
10

68
61
59
54
49

67
58
54
50
46

23
18

22
16

70
62
57
51
44

64
57
52
45
37

22
12

20
10

69
59
56
52
47

66
57
52
48
44

19
13

15
11

68
60
54
49
44

65
55
52
49
46

25
21

20
11

79
67
61
57
55

73
62
56
52
50

29
18

25
20

84
71
63
59
56

77
65
58
52
47

30
26

26
20

88
78
71
66
61

80
72
66
58
50

12

58
55
52
44

52
48
44
36

21
2

10
1

68
64
60
56
50

62
56
52
47
34

Velocity app. 3 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 15 [l/s]
65 65 59 55
60 54 51 43
53 48 43 30
47 43 36 25
39 35 28 18
Flow 25 [l/s]
64 57 54 48
58 50 48 40
53 46 41 34
48 42 35 26
42 37 28 17
Flow 40 [l/s]
65 59 56 50
57 51 46 41
53 47 39 34
50 41 36 27
48 34 34 20
Flow 60 [l/s]
64 59 55 53
56 50 48 42
50 45 40 35
46 37 33 29
43 35 27 24
Flow 100 [l/s]
61 55 52 52
55 47 44 42
48 41 39 36
41 36 32 32
33 29 27 25
Flow 150 [l/s]
59 53 50 54
52 46 44 41
45 41 38 36
40 38 34 30
37 35 31 25
Flow 250 [l/s]
59 53 50 50
50 45 43 40
45 41 38 36
43 38 34 32
41 35 30 27
Flow 400 [l/s]
67 62 57 60
56 50 48 48
49 44 42 39
44 39 37 35
40 35 34 32
Flow 600 [l/s]
70 64 63 62
59 53 50 50
53 47 46 44
47 44 42 38
42 40 38 32
Flow 900 [l/s]
73 69 66 64
65 62 59 55
59 54 50 46
53 48 43 40
47 43 38 36
Flow 1500 [l/s]

49 49 50 49
45 44 44 40
40 38 35 31
32 28 25 17
Flow 2400 [l/s]
58 58 57 57
53 52 52 51
46 45 44 41
40 39 36 31
33 32 25 17

4k

8k

63 125

49
34
23
16
8

46
29
15
9
2

67
65
61
59
54

67
65
64
59
52

48
37
26
22
15

48
37
24
18
14

72
66
65
64
62

69
65
64
63
61

50
38
29
25
22

47
38
27
20
15

76
72
71
70
68

73
71
70
68
65

52
40
33
25
19

51
40
31
25
18

73
71
70
69
68

71
65
64
63
61

55
42
34
28
21

55
42
34
28
19

75
71
69
63
56

69
65
64
56
47

53
44
34
28
22

52
44
31
24
17

71
63
62
61
59

67
60
57
56
54

53
43
36
30
25

50
40
31
24
18

74
70
66
64
62

71
65
64
63
61

59
48
39
34
30

58
45
34
26
20

82
74
72
71
70

75
68
67
66
65

61
50
42
38
30

60
47
37
31
26

85
77
72
71
70

78
70
66
63
60

63
55
45
39
33

62
49
40
30
25

90
80
78
77
76

83
74
71
68
65

45
35
26
13

37
29
20
2

72
67
63
60
56

65
60
55
50
40

56
48
37
27
7

53
38
28
15
2

77
72
67
62
53

70
64
58
54
45

Velocity app. 6 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 30 [l/s]
67 67 60 57
62 56 53 44
57 51 46 32
52 47 40 27
44 39 32 20
Flow 50 [l/s]
69 62 59 52
64 57 54 45
62 54 48 40
60 53 44 33
57 51 41 27
75 [l/s]
70 63 60 53
65 59 53 47
63 55 47 40
60 51 43 34
56 47 39 29
Flow 120 [l/s]
68 62 59 55
62 56 53 47
60 53 48 42
58 48 42 37
55 44 36 32
Flow 200 [l/s]
65 59 55 55
61 53 50 48
58 50 47 44
51 44 39 39
43 36 29 27
Flow 300 [l/s]
61 56 53 56
55 49 46 44
51 46 43 40
47 45 40 38
46 42 38 36
Flow 500 [l/s]
65 58 55 55
58 52 49 48
56 50 47 46
55 49 45 42
54 48 43 37
Flow 800 [l/s]
68 65 59 62
62 56 53 52
58 53 49 47
56 50 47 44
54 47 44 40
Flow 1200 [l/s]
71 65 64 63
64 58 56 55
60 55 53 51
57 54 51 46
54 52 49 44
Flow 1800 [l/s]
75 71 68 67
67 64 60 57
66 59 56 49
62 57 51 45
57 55 46 42
Flow 3000 [l/s]
62 63 62 62
56 55 53 52
51 49 47 44
46 44 41 37
37 34 29 23
Flow 4750 [l/s]
66 67 64 64
58 56 54 52
53 49 47 44
48 44 41 37
39 35 32 28

4k

8k

50
35
24
17
9

47
30
16
10
4

52
42
31
28
25

52
42
29
22
15

53
43
35
32
28

50
43
32
24
17

54
44
39
32
27

53
44
38
32
23

59
47
42
34
24

59
47
42
34
22

55
46
38
33
30

54
46
35
28
24

58
49
44
40
34

55
46
39
32
24

61
52
46
44
38

60
49
40
33
28

62
54
49
46
40

61
51
43
37
32

65
57
48
47
39

64
50
44
36
30

61
49
40
33
14

56
43
34
25
9

63
50
40
33
22

57
42
32
25
14

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

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Regulating damper

DRU

1
2
dim
d1

3
80

4
5
6
7

100

125

160

8
200

9
250

10
11
12

315

400

13
500

14
630

15
16
17

800

1000

Pressure
drop
[Pa]

63 125

500
200
100
50
20

72
70
66
63
59

70
68
65
62
58

500
200
100
50
20

78
74
73
72
70

75
73
72
70
67

500
200
100
50
20

83
79
78
77
76

80
78
77
76
75

500
200
100
50
20

78
76
75
74
73

77
73
72
71
66

500
200
100
50
20

85
83
82
81
80

79
77
76
74
70

500
200
100
50
20

78
74
72
69
66

75
69
68
67
65

500
200
100
50
20

82
77
76
75
74

78
72
71
70
68

500
200
100
50
20

88
83
82
80
77

81
76
75
73
70

500
200
100
50
20

91
85
82
79
76

84
78
74
71
67

500
200
100
50
20

96
90
89
87
84

88
83
82
80
77

500
200
100
50
20

78
72
68
66
61

70
64
59
55
46

500
200
100
50
20

81
76
72
68
61

74
69
64
60
53

Velocity app. 9 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 45 [l/s]
70 70 63 60
67 60 57 48
63 57 51 36
58 52 45 28
51 46 38 21
Flow 75 [l/s]
75 67 64 57
72 64 59 50
71 62 56 46
68 58 51 40
63 53 44 33
Flow 110 [l/s]
76 68 65 58
71 65 58 51
70 61 51 45
68 57 45 39
64 53 40 33
Flow 180 [l/s]
74 67 63 60
70 63 59 53
69 61 54 48
66 58 49 40
61 54 43 35
Flow 300 [l/s]
72 65 62 61
70 62 58 55
69 59 56 53
65 56 52 49
60 52 46 43
Flow 450 [l/s]
68 61 58 61
63 57 55 54
60 56 52 49
58 54 48 44
56 52 44 39
Flow 750 [l/s]
71 64 60 60
66 59 58 57
64 57 54 52
61 54 50 46
58 51 46 39
Flow 1200 [l/s]
74 70 63 66
68 61 60 59
67 60 58 55
65 58 56 51
63 55 53 47
Flow 1800 [l/s]
76 68 67 68
72 65 63 61
69 62 59 57
66 59 55 52
63 56 50 47
Flow 2800 [l/s]
80 76 72 72
76 71 67 63
75 68 63 58
72 65 58 52
68 61 52 45
Flow 4500 [l/s]
66 66 65 64
60 59 57 55
55 53 51 48
51 48 45 42
43 39 35 32
Flow 7100 [l/s]
69 69 67 65
63 60 57 55
58 55 52 49
54 52 48 45
48 46 42 39

4k

8k

63 125

53
38
27
18
10

49
32
18
11
5

77
75
74
73
70

76
74
73
71
67

57
47
36
29
26

57
46
33
23
17

84
80
79
77
74

81
79
78
76
73

58
48
39
33
30

54
47
35
25
18

89
87
86
84
81

87
85
83
80
76

59
50
45
38
30

58
50
44
33
25

84
80
78
76
74

84
80
76
72
68

65
54
50
45
38

65
54
50
42
32

92
90
88
85
81

85
83
80
76
72

60
54
45
37
32

59
53
42
32
27

87
82
79
76
73

83
79
76
72
68

60
56
50
43
36

60
52
44
35
26

89
86
84
82
80

85
79
77
74
71

65
58
53
47
42

64
54
47
39
30

95
89
86
83
80

87
82
80
77
74

68
60
55
48
41

67
57
50
43
36

96
91
88
85
82

88
84
75
72
69

70
63
55
48
42

68
56
50
42
33

103
98
95
92
89

95
90
88
84
82

63
52
44
37
25

58
46
37
30
18

83
77
73
71
69

73
67
63
60
58

64
53
47
43
37

58
45
39
36
31

85
80
76
73
70

77
71
67
65
62

Velocity app. 12 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 60 [l/s]
75 75 68 64
71 65 61 51
70 60 57 45
66 55 52 40
60 47 44 32
Flow 100 [l/s]
80 72 68 62
78 69 66 55
75 65 60 49
70 60 53 43
65 54 46 37
Flow 145 [l/s]
81 73 69 62
78 70 63 56
75 66 58 50
71 61 52 44
66 55 45 38
Flow 240 [l/s]
80 72 68 65
77 69 66 58
73 66 61 53
68 62 55 47
63 57 48 40
Flow 400 [l/s]
79 72 68 66
77 69 65 62
73 65 61 58
68 60 56 52
62 54 50 45
Flow 600 [l/s]
76 68 68 68
72 64 63 63
69 62 60 60
65 59 56 54
61 56 51 46
Flow 1000 [l/s]
77 69 68 67
72 65 63 62
69 62 60 58
66 59 55 52
63 56 48 44
Flow 1500 [l/s]
79 75 69 71
75 69 67 64
72 66 63 61
68 63 58 56
64 60 54 50
Flow 2400 [l/s]
80 72 70 73
76 70 66 66
70 63 60 58
67 60 56 53
64 57 52 48
Flow 3700 [l/s]
86 82 77 77
82 78 74 70
79 74 70 65
75 69 65 60
70 63 59 55
Flow 6000 [l/s]
69 69 68 66
63 62 60 58
59 57 55 52
55 52 49 47
53 50 47 41
Flow 9450 [l/s]
71 70 68 67
65 64 61 58
61 59 56 54
59 58 54 52
56 55 51 49

4k

8k

63 125

56
41
32
25
17

53
34
25
19
13

80
78
77
75
72

80
77
75
72
68

61
51
44
36
27

61
51
42
31
20

88
84
82
80
78

86
83
81
79
77

62
52
44
36
32

58
48
39
28
19

91
88
87
86
85

88
86
84
82
81

65
55
50
43
35

65
55
48
38
27

89
85
83
80
76

89
84
80
76
71

71
61
55
48
40

70
60
53
45
36

95
92
90
88
86

89
85
83
80
76

68
62
58
51
42

68
61
57
48
38

94
88
85
82
79

90
84
81
78
75

69
63
57
49
39

65
58
53
46
38

92
88
87
85
82

88
83
80
77
74

70
63
58
52
45

69
60
55
48
40

98
92
89
86
83

90
84
82
80
78

72
65
56
49
43

71
61
52
44
37

102
96
93
90
87

94
89
85
80
75

76
70
63
56
49

73
62
57
51
43

107
103
100
97
94

98
95
92
89
86

65
55
48
41
37

60
49
42
35
29

84
80
77
76
74

75
70
67
65
63

65
57
52
50
47

60
50
46
45
42

86
83
80
78
74

79
74
72
70
67

18
250

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

Velocity app. 15 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 75 [l/s]
80 80 72 68
72 70 64 53
71 65 58 46
67 58 53 41
62 50 47 36
Flow 120 [l/s]
85 76 72 65
81 72 68 59
78 69 63 54
74 65 57 48
69 60 50 41
Flow 180 [l/s]
83 75 71 63
80 71 66 59
78 69 61 53
75 65 55 47
71 60 48 41
Flow 300 [l/s]
85 77 73 69
80 73 70 64
77 70 65 58
72 66 59 51
65 61 52 43
Flow 475 [l/s]
82 73 71 70
79 71 66 64
76 68 63 61
72 64 59 56
67 59 54 50
Flow 750 [l/s]
82 74 71 74
77 69 68 67
74 67 65 63
70 64 61 58
65 60 56 53
Flow 1200 [l/s]
80 72 71 70
75 68 66 65
72 65 63 61
69 62 59 55
66 60 54 47
Flow 1900 [l/s]
82 78 73 74
77 70 69 67
74 68 66 64
71 66 62 59
68 64 58 51
Flow 3000 [l/s]
85 78 75 77
80 72 68 68
76 69 65 63
72 65 62 57
67 61 58 54
Flow 4900 [l/s]
90 85 81 81
87 82 78 76
84 79 75 71
80 74 70 65
75 68 64 58
Flow 7500 [l/s]
71 70 69 67
66 65 63 61
62 60 57 55
61 58 54 52
59 56 52 48
Flow 11800 [l/s]
72 71 69 68
68 67 64 61
65 63 60 59
63 62 59 58
60 59 56 55

4k

8k

60
42
33
26
20

56
35
26
20
15

64
55
48
40
31

64
54
45
35
24

63
54
47
39
34

59
49
42
33
22

69
59
54
47
39

69
58
52
42
30

74
64
58
52
47

73
63
56
48
39

74
68
62
55
47

74
65
59
52
46

72
64
59
52
46

68
59
55
48
40

73
65
61
55
47

72
63
58
51
42

77
68
61
53
46

76
67
58
49
40

80
73
67
60
52

76
66
62
56
48

66
58
51
47
43

61
52
45
40
36

66
60
57
56
53

61
55
53
52
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l indab | dampers and measu re u nits

Damper with flow meter

DIRU

Dimensions

d1

g
lockin
en the ent
Thigt
djustm
after

s
screw

2
3
4
DIRU 125
6524

21-nov-05

Description
The damper DIRU with flow meter offers measurement of
the air flow. DIRU has following characteristics: low noise
level, centric flow, fixed measurement nozzles for accurate
flow measurement and is equipped with regulating facilities
which can be fully opened, which means that you do not
need cleaning covers. It fulfils tightness class C.
The dimensioning graph are to be used to determine the
pressure drop over the damper with flow meter and to give
information regarding the sound effect level at different settings. When balancing the system the balancing graphs
should be used.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for dampers with flow meter.
The damper blades forms a measuring flange which allows
flow measuring. By measuring the pressure difference
between the measure nozzles, you can through the equation
on the damper derive the flow q [l/s]. The setting value of the
damper and the correction factor (k-factor) is the same
number which means that you do not have to read a graphs
in order to get the k-factor from a setting value.

d1
nom
80
100
125
150
160
200
250
300
315
400
500
630

D
mm
135
163
210
230
230
285
333
406
406
560
644
811

l
mm
52
54
63
53
60
62
62
65
63
70
60
60

m
kg
0,60
0,80
1,20
1,40
1,40
2,00
2,60
3,00
3,40
6,90
7,90
11,9

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

The air flow is regulated with a handle.


80630 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.

14

Material
The damper is made of hot-dip galvanized sheet steel.
Installation
Consider required straight distance after or before disturbance, as mentioned on the card attached to the measurement nozzles, to obtain accurate flow measurement.

15
16

Cleaning
By fully open the damper, one get access to the duct. Do
not forget to readjust the damper after cleaning.

17

Ordering example
DIRU
Product
Dimension d1

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

160

18
251

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Damper with flow meter


1
2

Technical data for DIRU, DIRBU and


DIRVU
l = straight distance before and after
disturbances

Method error
7%

Dimensioning
The dimensioning graphs show the pressure drop over the
damper with flow meter, pt. They should be used to determine the pressure drop and to provide information about
sound effect levels at different settings.

pt
l1D

4
5

Balancing
The balancing graphs show the flow as a function of the
measured pressure, pm. These graphs should be used to
balance the system.

l1D

8
l3D

l
l

9
10

11
l

l3D

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
252

DIRU

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

pm

l indab | dampers and measu re u nits

Damper with flow meter


Pressure drop graphs with noise data for
dimensioning

Flow graphs for balancing

80
1,0

1,5

2,5

2,0

500
300

85 90 3,0
80
75
3,5

300

4,0

100

60

W
A

100

3,

2,

2,

3,

4,

200

50
40

55
50

50

30

45

20

30
40

35
5

20

10

30

40

10

75 [l/s]

50

q
1

10

15

20

15 [m/s]

10

30

q
5
v

40
7

10 11 [m/s]

[Pa]

2,0 2,5

1,5

500
75

5 0 5 0 5
0
3, 3, 4, 4, 5, 5, ,0
6

8
9

100

B]

65

[d

6,0

60

pm

W
A

100

5
2,

200

5,0
5,5

70

200

0
2,

5
1,

300

85
4,5

80
300

[Pa]

k
3,0 3,5 4,0

60 [l/s]

50

100

100

pt

1,

1,

pm

[d
B]

65

20

[Pa]

70

200

pt

80

[Pa]

DIRU, DIRBU,
DIRVU

55

50

10

50
40
30

50
45

11

20

30
40
20

20

10

30
q
3

40

100 120 [l/s]

50

10
15

20

30

40
q

50

100 [l/s]

5
v

10

125

125
1,5

3,0

2,0

4,0

500
70
65

300

300

5,0
6,0
7,0

13

[Pa]

[Pa]

12

[m/s]

15 [m/s]

10

,5

,0

,0

,0

,0

6,

,0

0 8

7,

200

0
9,
10

14

8,0
B]

60
[d
W
A

pt

100

100

9,0

55
10,0

50

15

pm

200

50
40

45

16

30

50
40

20

30
20
12

17

35
15

20

30

40

50

180 [l/s]

100

q
1

10

15 [m/s]

10
25

30

40
3

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

50
4

q
5
v

150 [l/s]
[m/s]

100
10

18
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Damper with flow meter

150

150
[Pa]

3,5

[d
B]
W
A

15

35

30

30

20
20

30

40

15

50
40
30

40

50

20

50

100

260 [l/s]

200

10
35 40

50

100

150

200 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

3,5 4

5
70

300

75

0
5
3, 4,

300

7 8 9
80 90 10

10

0
5,

0
6,

0 0 0
7, 8, 9, 10

12

15
16

200

85 12

65

100

100

60

15
16

55

pm

pt

W
A

[d

B]

200

50

50
40

45

11

30

40

50
35

20

30
20
20

12

30
30

40

50

100

300 [l/s]

200

10
40

50

100

150

200

250 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

10

8 9 10 12

500

75

300

[m/s]
10

k
0 0
7, 8, 9,0 10

300

12

20

15

25

15

29

200

20

65

B]
[d
W
A

100

25

55
50

16

29

45

20

35

30
20
30

50
40
30

40

50

100

60

pt

70

200

15

[Pa]

[Pa]

14

200

200

pm

13

30
40

50

100

200

300

475 [l/s]

10
60

100

150

200

300

q
1

4
v

254

[m/s]

[Pa]

[Pa]

18

4
v

500

17

160

160

10

12

100

45

0 0
8, 9, 10

55

50

pt

100

0
7,

0
6,

0
5,

200

12

60

200

0
4,

10

65

300

5
3,

300

7 8

70

[Pa]

500

Flow graphs for balancing

pm

Pressure drop graphs with noise data for


dimensioning

DIRU, DIRBU,
DIRVU

10

15 [m/s]

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

[m/s]
10

400 [l/s]

l indab | dampers and measu re u nits

Damper with flow meter


Pressure drop graphs with noise data for
dimensioning

Flow graphs for balancing

1
250

250
[Pa]

10

12

15

[Pa]
300

25

200

20

500
85
80
75
70
65
60
55

[d
B

200

50

35

12

35
40
45

40

45

4
50
40

30
20

30

30

20
50

100

200
q

300

740 [l/s]

500

10
100

6
150

15 [m/s]

10

200

400

500

600 [l/s]
[m/s]

10

300
15

20

25

30

500

pm

B]
[d
W
A

60

300

1060 [l/s]

500

11

10
150

q
2

10

50
40

20

30

30

65

35

200
3

15 [m/s]

10

200

300
3

400
q

500

900 [l/s]

15

20

25

13

20

15

25

30

35

40

30
200

65

300
60

200

45
70
75

pm

B]
[d

60

40

14
15

50
40

16

30
20

30

30

60
70
75

100

50

50

W
A

40

50

55

35

50

13

[Pa]
300

k
13

100

[m/s]

10

315

500

12

315
[Pa]

60
65

50

55
50

40

100

50

40

100

45

30

35

30

40

60

100

25

200

65

200

20

14 15

35

70

300

[Pa]
300

[Pa]

50

300

20
70

300

pt

30

25

100

40

pt

20

15

35

50
45

W
A

100

k
10

30

pm

300

pt

DIRU, DIRBU,
DIRVU

17

20
80 100
1

200
2

300
q
3

4
v

1170 [l/s]

500
5

10

15 [m/s]

10
150
2

200

300
3

400
q
5

1000 [l/s]

500
10

[m/s]

18

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

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Damper with flow meter

400

400
[Pa]

15

20

40

30

70
300

[d
B]

60
W
A

100

200

90
100

45

200

300

500
q

50
40

20

1890 [l/s]

1000

10
250

15 [m/s]

10

300

400

500

40

30

40

50

60

50

150

19

50
40
30

40
190
35

20

30
20
200

30
300

500

1000

2000

10

2950 [l/s]

10
400

q
1

500

15 [m/s]

1000
q
3

[Pa]

38 40

75
70

300

80

150

200

k
38 40

50

60

0
70 80 9

0
10

0
15

20

0
25
0
30
0
31

65
60

200

B]
100

16

50

250

45
300
310

40

20
310

20

35
1000

500

2000

3000

4680 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

q
1

50
40
30

50
30

100

200

55

[d
W
A

pt

[Pa]
300

50 60 70 80 90 100

500

15

[m/s]

10

630

630

14

2000 2500 [l/s]

pm

13

1500

4
v

256

15

55

45

12

18

0
80 90 10

100

B]
[d
W
A

L
100

50

17

70

200

60

200

pt

50 60 70 80 90
70
100
75

25

65

300

11

[Pa]
300

k
25 30

500

[m/s]

10
v

500

[Pa]

1500 [l/s]

1000

500

10

100

130

30

35
20
130

90
0
10

35

30

80

30

50

70

60

40

50

13

80

55
50

pt

60

k
40

30

20

15

70

65

200

[Pa]
300

50

500

pm

Flow graphs for balancing

pm

Pressure drop graphs with noise data for


dimensioning

DIRU, DIRBU,
DIRVU

10
600
3

1000
3

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

1500
q
4

5
v

4000 [l/s]

2000
10

[m/s]

l indab | dampers and measu re u nits

Damper with flow meter

DIRU, DIRBU,
DIRVU

Sound data
Sound power level LW, [dB] to duct in the octave bands 18, 638000 Hz, as a function of dimension, flow and pressure drop.
dim
d1

80

100

125

150

160

200

250

300

315

400

500

630

Pressure
drop
[Pa]

63 125

300
200
100
50
20

56

45

300
200
100
50
20

53

48

300
200
100
50
20

54
52

49
48

300
200
100
50
20

45

39

300
200
100
50
20

47

37

300
200
100
50
20

300
200
100
50
20

44

34

300
200
100
50
20

33

25

300
200
100
50
20

46
34

39
27

300
200
100
50
20

42
32

35
25

300
200
100
50
20

45

35

300
200
100
50
20

54
49

44
39

Velocity app. 1 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 5 [l/s]

31 24 18 13
Flow 8 [l/s]

35 25 17
9
Flow 10 [l/s]

39 28 18
9
37 26 16
7
Flow 20 [l/s]

27 17
9
1
Flow 20 [l/s]

28 18 10
1
Flow 30 [l/s]

Flow 50 [l/s]

24 22 12
7
Flow 70[l/s]

16 14
7
4
Flow 80 [l/s]

30 28 22 17
18 16 10
5
Flow 130 [l/s]

27 26 20 16
17 16 10
6
Flow 200 [l/s]

26 20 12
6
Flow 310 [l/s]

37 32 27 24
32 27 22 19

4k

8k

63 125

65
62
60

58
55
53

85
74
66
60

78
67
59
53

2
1

2
1

83
74
63
60
58

78
69
58
55
52

64
56
51

58
50
45

77
69
60
53

68
60
51
45

67
56
52

57
46
42

71
60
51
48

61
50
41
38

70
59
49
42

62
51
41
34

8
2

8
1

71
59
48
43

64
52
41
36

10
2

8
1

72
64
56
50
44

65
57
49
43
37

75
69
63
57

65
59
53
47

21
16

15
9

79
73
67
62
55

69
63
57
52
45

Velocity app. 3 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 15 [l/s]

52 45 42 40
50 39 35 32
43 34 28 21
Flow 25 [l/s]

65 55 46 37
54 44 35 26
46 36 27 18
40 30 22 14
Flow 45 [l/s]
67 56 46 37
58 47 37 28
47 36 26 17
44 33 23 14
41 30 20 11
Flow 50 [l/s]

46 36 28 20
38 28 20 12
33 23 15
7
Flow 60 [l/s]

58 48 40 32
50 40 32 24
41 31 23 15
34 24 16
9
Flow 95 [l/s]

48 39 31 25
37 28 20 14
33 24 16 10
Flow 150 [l/s]

51 49 39 34
40 38 28 23
31 29 19 14
28 26 16 11
Flow 210[l/s]

53 51 44 39
42 40 33 28
32 30 23 18
25 23 16 11
Flow 230 [l/s]

55 53 47 42
43 41 35 30
32 30 24 19
27 25 19 14
Flow 370 [l/s]
57 56 50 46
49 48 42 38
41 40 34 30
35 34 28 24
29 28 22 18
Flow 590 [l/s]

56 50 42 36
50 44 36 30
44 38 30 24
38 32 24 18
Flow 940 [l/s]
62 57 52 49
56 51 46 43
50 45 40 37
45 40 35 32
38 33 28 25

4k

8k

63 125

37
23
11

23
17
15

74
71
68
65
62

73
70
67
64
61

28
17
9
5

24
13
7
4

95
86
77
70
66

90
79
70
63
59

29
20
9
6
3

26
17
6
5
4

85
78
72
70
67

80
73
67
65
62

12
5
3

9
4
3

85
78
71
66
62

79
72
65
60
56

23
15
7
4

20
12
6
3

90
82
74
68
63

81
73
65
59
54

18
9
5

14
6
4

93
84
75
66
63

83
74
65
56
53

27
16
7
4

24
13
4
3

87
77
67
59
55

77
67
57
49
45

30
19
9
3

29
18
8
2

82
73
64
58
53

74
65
56
50
45

33
21
10
6

33
21
10
7

83
74
65
59
56

76
67
58
52
49

40
32
24
18
12

38
30
22
16
10

81
73
65
59
55

74
66
58
52
48

27
21
15
9

22
16
10
4

89
84
79
72
67

79
74
69
62
57

46
40
34
29
22

40
34
28
23
17

86
80
74
69
60

76
70
64
59
50

Velocity app. 6 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 30 [l/s]
70 68 61 61
68 63 54 50
66 58 52 47
62 53 48 42
56 48 42 34
Flow 45 [l/s]
76 67 58 49
68 56 47 38
57 47 38 29
50 40 31 22
46 36 27 18
Flow 75 [l/s]
69 58 48 39
62 51 41 32
56 45 35 26
54 43 33 24
51 40 30 21
Flow 110 [l/s]
67 57 49 41
60 50 42 34
53 43 35 27
48 38 30 22
44 34 26 18
Flow 120 [l/s]
71 61 53 45
63 53 45 37
55 45 37 29
49 39 31 23
44 34 26 18
Flow 190 [l/s]
74 65 57 51
65 56 48 42
56 47 39 33
47 38 30 24
44 35 27 21
Flow 290 [l/s]
67 65 55 50
57 55 45 40
47 45 35 30
39 37 27 22
35 33 23 18
Flow 420[l/s]
65 63 56 51
56 54 47 42
47 45 38 33
41 39 32 27
36 34 27 22
Flow 465 [l/s]
67 65 59 54
58 56 50 45
49 47 41 36
43 41 35 30
40 38 32 27
Flow 750 [l/s]
66 65 59 55
58 57 51 47
50 49 43 39
44 43 37 33
40 39 33 29
Flow 1180 [l/s]
70 64 56 50
65 59 51 45
60 54 46 40
53 47 39 33
48 42 34 28
Flow 1870 [l/s]
69 64 59 56
63 58 53 50
57 52 47 44
52 47 42 39
43 38 33 30

4k

8k

61
49
43
35
23

49
37
31
24
18

40
29
20
13
9

36
25
16
11
8

31
24
18
16
13

28
21
15
13
10

32
25
18
13
9

29
22
15
10
6

36
28
20
14
9

33
25
17
11
6

44
35
26
17
14

40
31
22
13
10

43
33
23
15
11

40
30
20
12
8

42
33
24
18
13

41
32
23
17
12

45
36
27
21
18

45
36
27
21
18

49
41
33
27
23

47
39
31
25
21

41
36
31
24
19

36
31
26
19
14

53
47
41
36
27

46
41
36
30
21

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

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Damper with flow meter

DIRU, DIRBU,
DIRVU

1
2
3
4
5

dim
d1

80

100

125

6
150

7
160

8
9
10

200

250

11
300

12
315

13
14
15
16

400

500

630

Pressure
drop
[Pa]

63 125

300
200
100
50
20

79
75
71
66

76
74
72
68

300
200
100
50
20

97
89
83
77

91
82
76
70

300
200
100
50
20

86
81
78
75

82
76
73
70

300
200
100
50
20

89
83
77
73

83
77
71
67

300
200
100
50
20

97
89
81
75

88
80
72
66

300
200
100
50
20

94
86
79
73

84
76
69
63

300
200
100
50
20

94
85
76
70
65

84
75
66
60
55

300
200
100
50
20

84
77
70
66
62

76
69
62
58
54

300
200
100
50
20

84
77
70
66
63

77
70
63
59
56

300
200
100
50
20

87
79
71
66
63

80
72
64
59
56

300
200
100
50
20

92
88
84
77
73

82
78
74
67
63

300
200
100
50
20

93
86
79
72
63

83
76
69
62
53

Velocity app. 9 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 45 [l/s]
74 73 72 73
73 69 66 65
72 65 60 57
67 60 54 48

Flow 70 [l/s]
77 68 59 50
69 59 50 41
63 53 44 35
57 47 38 29

Flow 110 [l/s]


71 60 50 41
65 54 44 35
62 51 41 32
59 48 38 29

Flow 160 [l/s]


71 61 53 45
65 55 47 39
59 49 41 33
55 45 37 29

Flow 180 [l/s]


78 68 60 52
70 60 52 44
62 52 44 36
56 46 38 30

Flow 285 [l/s]


75 66 58 52
67 58 50 44
60 51 43 37
54 45 37 31

Flow 440 [l/s]


74 72 62 57
65 63 53 48
56 54 44 39
50 48 38 33
45 43 33 28
Flow 640 [l/s]
67 65 58 53
60 58 51 46
53 51 44 39
49 47 40 35
45 43 36 31
Flow 700 [l/s]
68 66 60 55
61 59 53 48
54 52 46 41
50 48 42 37
47 45 39 34
Flow 1130 [l/s]
72 71 65 61
64 63 57 53
56 55 49 45
51 50 44 40
48 47 41 37
Flow 1770 [l/s]
73 67 59 53
69 63 55 49
65 59 51 45
58 52 44 38
54 48 40 34
Flow 2810 [l/s]
76 71 66 63
69 64 59 56
62 57 52 49
55 50 45 42
46 41 36 33

4k

8k

63 125

75
64
53
41

60
50
40
30

84
79
74

80
78
76

41
32
26
20

38
30
23
18

101
95
89

95
87
82

33
27
24
21

30
24
21
18

88
84
81

84
79
76

36
30
24
20

33
27
21
17

92
87
82

86
81
76

43
35
27
21

40
32
24
18

105
97
89

96
88
80

45
37
30
24

41
33
26
20

95
89
83
78

85
79
73
68

50
41
32
26
21

47
38
29
23
18

102
95
88
82

95
87
79
72

44
37
30
26
22

43
36
29
25
21

88
81
74
70

80
73
66
62

46
39
32
28
25

46
39
32
28
25

85
79
74
70

78
72
67
63

55
47
39
34
31

53
45
37
32
29

88
81
74
70
68

81
74
67
63
61

44
40
36
29
25

39
35
31
24
20

95
92
89
82

85
82
79
72

60
53
46
39
30

53
47
41
33
24

97
90
83
74
64

87
80
73
64
54

Velocity app. 12 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k 4k
Flow 60[l/s]
78 79 80 79 83
77 75 74 73 72
76 71 68 67 61

Flow 95[l/s]
82 73 64 55 47
77 65 56 47 39
70 59 50 41 32

Flow 145 [l/s]


73 62 52 43 35
68 57 47 38 30
65 54 44 35 27

Flow 210[l/s]
74 64 56 48 39
69 59 51 43 34
64 54 46 38 29

Flow 240 [l/s]


86 76 68 60 51
78 68 60 52 43
70 60 52 44 35

Flow 380 [l/s]


76 67 59 53 46
70 61 53 47 40
64 55 47 41 34
59 50 42 36 29

Flow 590 [l/s]


82 80 70 65 58
75 73 63 58 51
68 66 56 51 44
62 60 50 45 38

Flow 850[l/s]
71 69 62 57 48
64 62 55 50 41
57 55 48 43 34
53 51 44 39 30

Flow 935 [l/s]


69 67 61 56 47
63 61 55 50 41
58 56 50 45 36
54 52 46 41 32

Flow 1510 [l/s]


73 72 66 62 56
66 65 59 55 49
59 56 52 48 42
55 54 48 44 38
53 52 46 42 36
Flow 2360 [l/s]
76 70 62 56 47
73 67 59 53 44
70 64 56 50 41
63 57 49 43 34

Flow 3740 [l/s]


80 75 70 67 64
73 68 63 60 57
66 61 56 53 50
57 52 47 44 41
47 42 37 34 31

17
18
258

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

8k

63 125

76
62
48

89
83

84
82

43
35
29

106
101
95

98
92
88

32
27
24

90
87
84

86
82
79

36
31
26

94
91
87

88
85
81

48
40
32

42
36
30
25

55
48
41
35

113 104
105 96
97 88

97
92
87

87
82
77

110 106
105 99
100 92
94 84

47
40
33
29

92
85
78
74

84
77
70
66

47
41
36
32

86
81
78
74

79
74
71
67

54
47
40
36
34

89
83
77
74

82
76
70
67

42
39
36
29

98
96
94
87

88
86
84
77

58
51
44
35
25

101
94
87
76

91
84
77
66

Velocity app. 15 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k 4k
Flow 75[l/s]
82 85 88 85 91
81 81 82 81 80

Flow 120[l/s]
90 76 68 59 53
85 71 62 53 46
77 65 56 47 38

Flow 180 [l/s]


75 64 54 45 37
71 60 50 41 33
68 57 47 38 30

Flow 260[l/s]
76 66 58 50 41
73 63 55 47 38
69 59 51 43 34

Flow 300 [l/s]


94 84 76 68 59
86 76 68 60 51
78 68 60 52 43

Flow 475 [l/s]


78 69 61 55 48
73 64 56 50 43
68 59 51 45 38

Flow 740 [l/s]


90 88 78 73 66
85 83 73 68 61
80 78 68 63 56
74 72 62 57 50

Flow 1060[l/s]
75 73 66 61 52
68 66 59 54 45
61 59 52 47 38
57 55 48 43 34

Flow 1170 [l/s]


70 68 62 57 48
65 63 57 52 43
62 60 54 49 40
58 56 50 45 36

Flow 1890 [l/s]


74 73 67 63 57
68 67 61 57 51
62 61 55 54 45
59 58 52 48 42

Flow 2950 [l/s]


79 73 65 59 50
77 71 63 57 48
75 69 61 55 46
68 62 54 48 39

Flow 4680 [l/s]


84 79 74 71 68
77 72 67 64 61
70 65 60 57 54
59 54 49 46 43

8k
92
74

45
40
35

34
30
27

38
35
31

56
48
40

44
39
34

63
58
53
47

51
44
37
33

48
43
40
36

55
49
43
40

45
43
41
34

63
55
47
37

l indab | dampers and measu re u nits

Shut-off damper

DSU
Dimensions

1
45

80630

d1

2
3
l

8001000

Has a turning, circular blade. The blade is stepless adjustable


090. The damper is used when you have lower demands
for shut-off capacity. The damper admits an insulation thickness of approx. 50 mm.

The damper can on occations be used for regulation.


Setting angle
= 0 = open blade, = 90 = closed blade

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.
631000 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.
The cup at 80630 can be complemented with the special
insulation cup IK at insulation thicker than 50 mm.

Reinforced blade

d1

Description

8
d1
nom
63
80
100
112
125
140
150
160
180
200
224
250
280
300
315
355
400
450
500
560
600
630
800
1000

l
mm
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
115
115
115
115
230
230

m
kg
0,30
0,35
0,40
0,44
0,49
0,54
0,57
0,67
0,73
0,86
1,10
1,31
1,51
1,65
1,81
2,00
2,91
3,90
4,92
6,01
6,40
6,92
19,0
30,0

Sealing class past


closed blade
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Ordering example
DSU

160

Product
Dimension d1

18
We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

259

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4
5
6
7
8

630

The blade is set via a knob in a protective cup.


The setting of the blade is read against
an embossed scale at the rim of the
cup.
The blade is locked with two screws,
type Pozidriv (PZD2).
The blade has reinforced locking with a
sturdy wing nut.
The blade is reinforced.
The blade is additionally reinforced.
With sturdy handle.
With additionally reinforced handle.
With reinforced stop beads.
The axle is reinforced.
The damper can be delivered prepared
for motor.
The damper can be delivered with motor.

500

400

Property

80315

8001000

Technical data

The solid curves show the pressure drop, pt, over the
damper as a function of flow q, and setting angle .
The dashed curves give the A-weighted sound power data,
LWA, in dB to the duct.

Pressure drop graphs with noise data for


dimensioning

Example
Given Dimension 100
Flow 60 l/s
Pressure drop 200 Pa
Obtained from graph
Setting angle 38
Sound power level 63 dB (A)

80
[]

[Pa]

80

500

70

60

50

40
75

30

70

300
65

200

20

55

100

pt

10

W
A

[d

B]

60

50
50
40

30

11

20

12

10

45

35
5

10

20

30
q

40

50

75 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

10

13
100
[]

[Pa]

14

80

500

70

60

50

40
75

15

65

200

[d
B]

20
W
A

100

60
55

pt

16

30

70

300

10

50

50
45

17

30
20

18

35

40

30
8

10

20

30
q
3

4
v

260

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

40 50

120 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

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1

112

150
[]

[Pa]
90 80

500

70

50

60

40

[]

[Pa]
80

500

30

70

60

40

50

30
300

300

200

200

20
pt

pt

20
100

100

10

50

50

30

30

20
10

20

30

40 50
q

100

150 [l/s]

4
v

10

15 [m/s]

125

20
17 20

30

40 50

100

4
v

[]
80

500

70

60

50

15 [m/s]

10

300

80

500

70

60

50

75
300

70

20

40

50

10

B]
[d
L

pt

10

35

30
100

20

40

180 [l/s]

20

30

40 50

q
1

55

30

30

20

45

40
12 15

60

50

50

45

30
20

100

10

50

50

65

W
A

[d
W
A

55

80
30

70

200

20

65
60

100

40

30

200

B]

[]

[Pa]

40
75

pt

150 200 270 [l/s]

160

[Pa]

100

200

300 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

15 [m/s]

10

4
v

140
[]

[Pa]
500

80

70

60

50

80 70

500
30

300

[]

[Pa]

40

50

60

40

30

14

300

200

200
20

20
pt

100

50

10

30

20

30

40 50

100

q
4
v

150

230 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

15

100

16

50
10

30

20
15

12
13

180
90

11

pt

10

20
25 30

17
40 50

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

100
q
3

4
v

150 200

300 380 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

18
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1
200

280
[]

[Pa]

80

500

70

60

50

40
75

300

70
[d
B]

pt

20

100

W
A

10

40

50

35

30
20

30

55
45

40

200

20

50
50

50

60

300

60

pt

100

80 70

500

65

200

[]

[Pa]

80
30

30
30

40 50

100

200

300

10

475 [l/s]

20
60

100

200

15 [m/s]

10

300 400 500

950 [l/s]

224
[]
70

500

50

60

10

50

40

[]
70

500

60

300

30

200
20

100

pt

pt

200

100

50

50

11

10

30
20
40 50

100

150 200
q

12
1

4
v

300 400

100

200

300 400 500


q

4
v

1000 [l/s]

[]
80

70

60

50

40
75

[]

[Pa]
80

500

80
30

70

60

50

40
80

70

300

300

262

B]
100

10
40

100

50
45
30

35
50

200 300
q
3

20

55
50

45

20

60

[d

50

50
30

18

pt

100

20
W
A

B]
W
A

pt

[d

15

65

200

60
55

200

30

70

65

17

15 [m/s]

10

315

500

14

20
70

15 [m/s]

250

20

30

600 [l/s]

10

[Pa]

16

15 [m/s]

30

13

4
v

[Pa]

40

300

10

300

[Pa]

500

750 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

20

30

35

80 100

200

300
q
3

4
v

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

10

40
500

1200 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

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1

355

500
[]

[Pa]
70

500

50

60

40

70

500

60

50

30

80
75

[d
B]

65

W
A

55
50

20

50

50
30
35

30

20
200

20
100

200

300 400 500


q

4
v

1000

40

300

1000

2000

10

3000 [l/s]

q
2

15 [m/s]

15 [m/s]

10

500

10

45

1500 [l/s]

400

560
[]

[Pa]
80

500

70

60

50

80
75

500

B]
[d

40

20

200

20

60

50

pt

55

100

10

10

50
45

30
35
20
130

50

10

40

200

300

500
q

11

30

1000

1900 [l/s]

10

20
250 300 400 500

1000
q

15 [m/s]

2000

3700 [l/s]

12

450

4
v

10

15 [m/s]

13

600
[]

[Pa]
500

30

300

65

W
A

50

60

100

70

30

70

200

[]

[Pa]

40

300

80

70

50

60

[]

[Pa]

40

70

500
30

300

50

60

40
30

14

20

15

10

16

300

200

200
20

100

pt

pt

3
20

60

100

pt

100

85
30

70

200

200

pt

40

300

300

pt

[]

[Pa]

100

10
50

50
0

30

30

20
160 200

300 400 500

1000

q
4
v

2000 2500 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

20
280

400 500

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

1000
q
3

4
v

2000

17

3000 4200 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

18
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1
630

900
[]

[Pa]

70

500

60

50

30
300
200

W
A

[d
B]

70
20

pt

65
60

50

100

55
10

50

40
20
300

20

50

45

30

40

75

100

50

60

30

80

200

pt

70

500
85

300

[]

[Pa]

40

30

500

1000
q
2

2000

3000

4700 [l/s]

10

20
630

1000

20000 3000
q

15 [m/s]

10

5000

9500 [l/s]

710
60

500

50

[]
30

40

4
v

[]
80

500

70

60

50

30
70
65

200
60

10

50

30
20
800

20
400 500

1000

2000

12
3

3000 4000

4
v

500

70

[]
40

50

70

300

30

65
200
60

50

18
264

10

45

50
40
35

30

17

20

W
A

100

55

pt

[d

B]

15

30

20
500

1000

2000
q
3

5000

5000

7500 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

11800 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

10

60

2000

6000 [l/s]

800
80

35

30

[Pa]

16

10

40

30

14

50
45

50

13

20

55

[d
W
A

100

pt

B]

20

100

11

40

300

200

pt

10

15 [m/s]

10

[Pa]

300

1000

[Pa]

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

4
v

10

15 [m/s]

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Sound data
Sound power level LW, [dB] to duct in the octave bands 18, 638000 Hz, as a function of dimension, flow and pressure drop.

1
2

dim
d1

80

100

125

160

200

250

315

400

500

630

800

1000

Pressure
drop
[Pa]

63 125

500
200
100
50
20

63
61
59
53
47

63
61
56
49
42

500
200
100
50
20

60
53
51
48
43

60
51
46
42
35

500
200
100
50
20

66
59
58
57
56

63
53
49
42
32

500
200
100
50
20

62
52
47
42
37

63
52
43
36
30

500
200
100
50
20

65
55
46
40
34

60
52
43
38
31

500
200
100
50
20

67
55
52
44
33

65
54
48
41
35

500
200
100
50
20

63
50
42
34
26

60
44
39
34
30

500
200
100
50
20

76
61
50
42
40

71
58
45
37
34

500
200
100
50
20

82
66
55
46
41

76
60
50
40
33

500
200
100
50
20

86
76
65
54
45

77
70
61
49
35

500
200
100
50
20

56
49
46
44
31

53
43
40
37
33

500
200
100
50
20

59
55
52
50
47

53
47
46
40
22

Velocity app. 1 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 5 [l/s]
64 63 58 53
58 52 49 42
50 45 41 28
43 40 33 23
36 32 25 16
Flow 8 [l/s]
59 52 50 44
53 43 42 35
44 38 35 28
38 33 26 19
30 23 17
9
Flow 12 [l/s]
61 55 52 46
49 44 38 34
43 40 31 28
41 31 29 20
39 29 27 11
Flow 20 [l/s]
61 56 52 51
51 44 43 38
39 37 32 27
33 28 25 20
30 26 19 16
Flow 30 [l/s]
56 52 49 47
51 43 40 37
41 34 32 29
33 30 28 27
26 25 25 23
Flow 50 [l/s]
57 50 47 52
49 43 42 38
40 37 34 33
35 32 29 24
29 29 25 15
Flow 80 [l/s]
53 49 47 46
42 38 38 33
33 31 30 25
30 26 22 21
27 21 16 15
Flow 130 [l/s]
66 59 55 58
50 44 43 44
40 34 36 35
31 29 28 27
27 25 24 23
Flow 200 [l/s]
69 63 62 61
55 48 45 44
47 38 38 36
36 33 32 29
29 27 26 19
Flow 300 [l/s]
71 67 64 61
63 60 56 53
52 49 45 43
45 39 34 36
38 30 29 29
Flow 500 [l/s]
54 51 52 52
41 43 47 46
39 39 41 36
34 32 29 25
27 22 21 11
Flow 800 [l/s]
50 50 50 53
48 47 47 50
39 42 41 38
32 34 31 26
27 29 19
6

4k

8k

63 125

48
33
22
15
7

45
28
14
8
1

65
63
60
56
51

65
63
60
54
47

44
32
21
16
7

44
32
20
14
6

67
59
58
55
50

64
58
55
53
49

47
33
22
17
15

44
32
22
15
11

71
65
64
63
62

68
62
59
54
48

50
37
27
17
11

49
36
25
16
10

68
61
59
54
49

67
58
54
50
46

44
38
29
23
18

42
38
29
22
16

70
62
57
51
44

64
57
52
45
37

51
42
31
22
12

50
42
28
20
10

69
59
56
52
47

66
57
52
48
44

45
37
30
19
13

44
34
23
15
11

68
60
54
49
44

65
55
52
49
46

57
45
35
25
21

56
41
29
20
11

79
67
61
57
55

73
62
56
52
50

60
46
34
29
18

59
43
31
25
20

84
71
63
59
56

77
65
58
52
47

61
52
41
30
26

60
48
37
26
20

88
78
71
66
61

80
72
66
58
50

47
41
30
19
12

44
31
23
15
1

64
58
55
52
44

59
52
48
44
36

50
46
34
21
2

49
34
24
10
1

68
64
60
56
50

62
56
52
47
34

Velocity app. 3 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 15 [l/s]
65 65 59 55
60 54 51 43
53 48 43 30
47 43 36 25
39 35 28 18
Flow 25 [l/s]
64 57 54 48
58 50 48 40
53 46 41 34
48 42 35 26
42 37 28 17
Flow 40 [l/s]
65 59 56 50
57 51 46 41
53 47 39 34
50 41 36 27
48 34 34 20
Flow 60 [l/s]
64 59 55 53
56 50 48 42
50 45 40 35
46 37 33 29
43 35 27 24
Flow 100 [l/s]
61 55 52 52
55 47 44 42
48 41 39 36
41 36 32 32
33 29 27 25
Flow 150 [l/s]
59 53 50 54
52 46 44 41
45 41 38 36
40 38 34 30
37 35 31 25
Flow 250 [l/s]
59 53 50 50
50 45 43 40
45 41 38 36
43 38 34 32
41 35 30 27
Flow 400 [l/s]
67 62 57 60
56 50 48 48
49 44 42 39
44 39 37 35
40 35 34 32
Flow 600 [l/s]
70 64 63 62
59 53 50 50
53 47 46 44
47 44 42 38
42 40 38 32
Flow 900 [l/s]
73 69 66 64
65 62 59 55
59 54 50 46
53 48 43 40
47 43 38 36
Flow 1500 [l/s]
58 57 57 56
49 49 50 49
45 44 44 40
40 38 35 31
32 28 25 17
Flow 2400 [l/s]
58 58 57 57
53 52 52 51
46 45 44 41
40 39 36 31
33 32 25 17

4k

8k

63 125

49
34
23
16
8

46
29
15
9
2

67
65
61
59
54

67
65
64
59
52

48
37
26
22
15

48
37
24
18
14

72
66
65
64
62

69
65
64
63
61

50
38
29
25
22

47
38
27
20
15

76
72
71
70
68

73
71
70
68
65

52
40
33
25
19

51
40
31
25
18

73
71
70
69
68

71
65
64
63
61

55
42
34
28
21

55
42
34
28
19

75
71
69
63
56

69
65
64
56
47

53
44
34
28
22

52
44
31
24
17

71
63
62
61
59

67
60
57
56
54

53
43
36
30
25

50
40
31
24
18

74
70
66
64
62

71
65
64
63
61

59
48
39
34
30

58
45
34
26
20

82
74
72
71
70

75
68
67
66
65

61
50
42
38
30

60
47
37
31
26

85
77
72
71
70

78
70
66
63
60

63
55
45
39
33

62
49
40
30
25

90
80
78
77
76

83
74
71
68
65

54
45
35
26
13

50
37
29
20
2

72
67
63
60
56

65
60
55
50
40

56
48
37
27
7

53
38
28
15
2

77
72
67
62
53

70
64
58
54
45

Velocity app. 6 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 30 [l/s]
67 67 60 57
62 56 53 44
57 51 46 32
52 47 40 27
44 39 32 20
Flow 50 [l/s]
69 62 59 52
64 57 54 45
62 54 48 40
60 53 44 33
57 51 41 27
Flow 75 [l/s]
70 63 60 53
65 59 53 47
63 55 47 40
60 51 43 34
56 47 39 29
Flow 120 [l/s]
68 62 59 55
62 56 53 47
60 53 48 42
58 48 42 37
55 44 36 32
Flow 200 [l/s]
65 59 55 55
61 53 50 48
58 50 47 44
51 44 39 39
43 36 29 27
Flow 300 [l/s]
61 56 53 56
55 49 46 44
51 46 43 40
47 45 40 38
46 42 38 36
Flow 500 [l/s]
65 58 55 55
58 52 49 48
56 50 47 46
55 49 45 42
54 48 43 37
Flow 800 [l/s]
68 65 59 62
62 56 53 52
58 53 49 47
56 50 47 44
54 47 44 40
Flow 1200 [l/s]
71 65 64 63
64 58 56 55
60 55 53 51
57 54 51 46
54 52 49 44
Flow 1800 [l/s]
75 71 68 67
67 64 60 57
66 59 56 49
62 57 51 45
57 55 46 42
Flow 3000 [l/s]
62 63 62 62
56 55 53 52
51 49 47 44
46 44 41 37
37 34 29 23
Flow 4750 [l/s]
66 67 64 64
58 56 54 52
53 49 47 44
48 44 41 37
39 35 32 28

4k

8k

50
35
24
17
9

47
30
16
10
4

52
42
31
28
25

52
42
29
22
15

53
43
35
32
28

50
43
32
24
17

54
44
39
32
27

53
44
38
32
23

59
47
42
34
24

59
47
42
34
22

55
46
38
33
30

54
46
35
28
24

58
49
44
40
34

55
46
39
32
24

61
52
46
44
38

60
49
40
33
28

62
54
49
46
40

61
51
43
37
32

65
57
48
47
39

64
50
44
36
30

61
49
40
33
14

56
43
34
25
9

63
50
40
33
22

57
42
32
25
14

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

265

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DSU

1
2
dim
d1

3
80

4
5
6
7

100

125

160

8
200

9
250

10
11
12

315

400

13
500

14
630

15
16
17

800

1000

Pressure
drop
[Pa]

63 125

500
200
100
50
20

72
70
66
63
59

70
68
65
62
58

500
200
100
50
20

78
74
73
72
70

75
73
72
70
67

500
200
100
50
20

83
79
78
77
76

80
78
77
76
75

500
200
100
50
20

78
76
75
74
73

77
73
72
71
66

500
200
100
50
20

85
83
82
81
80

79
77
76
74
70

500
200
100
50
20

78
74
72
69
66

75
69
68
67
65

500
200
100
50
20

82
77
76
75
74

78
72
71
70
68

500
200
100
50
20

88
83
82
80
77

81
76
75
73
70

500
200
100
50
20

91
85
82
79
76

84
78
74
71
67

500
200
100
50
20

96
90
89
87
84

88
83
82
80
77

500
200
100
50
20

78
72
68
66
61

70
64
59
55
46

500
200
100
50
20

81
76
72
68
61

74
69
64
60
53

Velocity app. 9 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 45 [l/s]
70 70 63 60
67 60 57 48
63 57 51 36
58 52 45 28
51 46 38 21
Flow 75 [l/s]
75 67 64 57
72 64 59 50
71 62 56 46
68 58 51 40
63 53 44 33
Flow 110 [l/s]
76 68 65 58
71 65 58 51
70 61 51 45
68 57 45 39
64 53 40 33
Flow 180 [l/s]
74 67 63 60
70 63 59 53
69 61 54 48
66 58 49 40
61 54 43 35
Flow 300 [l/s]
72 65 62 61
70 62 58 55
69 59 56 53
65 56 52 49
60 52 46 43
Flow 450 [l/s]
68 61 58 61
63 57 55 54
60 56 52 49
58 54 48 44
56 52 44 39
Flow 750 [l/s]
71 64 60 60
66 59 58 57
64 57 54 52
61 54 50 46
58 51 46 39
Flow 1200 [l/s]
74 70 63 66
68 61 60 59
67 60 58 55
65 58 56 51
63 55 53 47
Flow 1800 [l/s]
76 68 67 68
72 65 63 61
69 62 59 57
66 59 55 52
63 56 50 47
Flow 2800 [l/s]
80 76 72 72
76 71 67 63
75 68 63 58
72 65 58 52
68 61 52 45
Flow 4500 [l/s]
66 66 65 64
60 59 57 55
55 53 51 48
51 48 45 42
43 39 35 32
Flow 7100 [l/s]
69 69 67 65
63 60 57 55
58 55 52 49
54 52 48 45
48 46 42 39

4k

8k

63 125

53
38
27
18
10

49
32
18
11
5

77
75
74
73
70

76
74
73
71
67

57
47
36
29
26

57
46
33
23
17

84
80
79
77
74

81
79
78
76
73

58
48
39
33
30

54
47
35
25
18

89
87
86
84
81

87
85
83
80
76

59
50
45
38
30

58
50
44
33
25

84
80
78
76
74

84
80
76
72
68

65
54
50
45
38

65
54
50
42
32

92
90
88
85
81

85
83
80
76
72

60
54
45
37
32

59
53
42
32
27

87
82
79
76
73

83
79
76
72
68

60
56
50
43
36

60
52
44
35
26

89
86
84
82
80

85
79
77
74
71

65
58
53
47
42

64
54
47
39
30

95
89
86
83
80

87
82
80
77
74

68
60
55
48
41

67
57
50
43
36

96
91
88
85
82

88
84
75
72
69

70
63
55
48
42

68
56
50
42
33

103
98
95
92
89

95
90
88
84
82

63
52
44
37
25

58
46
37
30
18

83
77
73
71
69

73
67
63
60
58

64
53
47
43
37

58
45
39
36
31

85
80
76
73
70

77
71
67
65
62

Velocity app. 12 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k 4k
Flow 60 [l/s]
75 75 68 64 56
71 65 61 51 41
70 60 57 45 32
66 55 52 40 25
60 47 44 32 17
Flow 100 [l/s]
80 72 68 62 61
78 69 66 55 51
75 65 60 49 44
70 60 53 43 36
65 54 46 37 27
Flow 145 [l/s]
81 73 69 62 62
78 70 63 56 52
75 66 58 50 44
71 61 52 44 36
66 55 45 38 32
Flow 240 [l/s]
80 72 68 65 65
77 69 66 58 55
73 66 61 53 50
68 62 55 47 43
63 57 48 40 35
Flow 400 [l/s]
79 72 68 66 71
77 69 65 62 61
73 65 61 58 55
68 60 56 52 48
62 54 50 45 40
Flow 600 [l/s]
76 68 68 68 68
72 64 63 63 62
69 62 60 60 58
65 59 56 54 51
61 56 51 46 42
Flow 1000 [l/s]
77 69 68 67 69
72 65 63 62 63
69 62 60 58 57
66 59 55 52 49
63 56 48 44 39
Flow 1500 [l/s]
79 75 69 71 70
75 69 67 64 63
72 66 63 61 58
68 63 58 56 52
64 60 54 50 45
Flow 2400 [l/s]
80 72 70 73 72
76 70 66 66 65
70 63 60 58 56
67 60 56 53 49
64 57 52 48 43
Flow 3700 [l/s]
86 82 77 77 76
82 78 74 70 70
79 74 70 65 63
75 69 65 60 56
70 63 59 55 49
Flow 6000 [l/s]
69 69 68 66 65
63 62 60 58 55
59 57 55 52 48
55 52 49 47 41
53 50 47 41 37
Flow 9450 [l/s]
71 70 68 67 65
65 64 61 58 57
61 59 56 54 52
59 58 54 52 50
56 55 51 49 47

18
266

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

8k

63 125

53
34
25
19
13

80
78
77
75
72

80
77
75
72
68

61
51
42
31
20

88
84
82
80
78

86
83
81
79
77

58
48
39
28
19

91
88
87
86
85

88
86
84
82
81

65
55
48
38
27

89
85
83
80
76

89
84
80
76
71

70
60
53
45
36

95
92
90
88
86

89
85
83
80
76

68
61
57
48
38

94
88
85
82
79

90
84
81
78
75

65
58
53
46
38

92
88
87
85
82

88
83
80
77
74

69
60
55
48
40

98
92
89
86
83

90
84
82
80
78

71
61
52
44
37

102
96
93
90
87

94
89
85
80
75

73
62
57
51
43

107
103
100
97
94

98
95
92
89
86

60
49
42
35
29

84
80
77
76
74

75
70
67
65
63

60
50
46
45
42

86
83
80
78
74

79
74
72
70
67

Velocity app. 15 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k 4k
Flow 75 [l/s]
80 80 72 68 60
72 70 64 53 42
71 65 58 46 33
67 58 53 41 26
62 50 47 36 20
Flow 120 [l/s]
85 76 72 65 64
81 72 68 59 55
78 69 63 54 48
74 65 57 48 40
69 60 50 41 31
Flow 180 [l/s]
83 75 71 63 63
80 71 66 59 54
78 69 61 53 47
75 65 55 47 39
71 60 48 41 34
Flow 300 [l/s]
85 77 73 69 69
80 73 70 64 59
77 70 65 58 54
72 66 59 51 47
65 61 52 43 39
Flow 475 [l/s]
82 73 71 70 74
79 71 66 64 64
76 68 63 61 58
72 64 59 56 52
67 59 54 50 47
Flow 750 [l/s]
82 74 71 74 74
77 69 68 67 68
74 67 65 63 62
70 64 61 58 55
65 60 56 53 47
Flow 1200 [l/s]
80 72 71 70 72
75 68 66 65 64
72 65 63 61 59
69 62 59 55 52
66 60 54 47 46
Flow 1900 [l/s]
82 78 73 74 73
77 70 69 67 65
74 68 66 64 61
71 66 62 59 55
68 64 58 51 47
Flow 3000 [l/s]
85 78 75 77 77
80 72 68 68 68
76 69 65 63 61
72 65 62 57 53
67 61 58 54 46
Flow 4700 [l/s]
90 85 81 81 80
87 82 78 76 73
84 79 75 71 67
80 74 70 65 60
75 68 64 58 52
Flow 7500 [l/s]
71 70 69 67 66
66 65 63 61 58
62 60 57 55 51
61 58 54 52 47
59 56 52 48 43
Flow 11800 [l/s]
72 71 69 68 66
68 67 64 61 60
65 63 60 59 57
63 62 59 58 56
60 59 56 55 53

8k
56
35
26
20
15
64
54
45
35
24
59
49
42
33
22
69
58
52
42
30
73
63
56
48
39
74
65
59
52
46
68
59
55
48
40
72
63
58
51
42
76
67
58
49
40
76
66
62
56
48
61
52
45
40
36
61
55
53
52
48

l indab | dampers and measu re u nits

Shut-off damper

DTU
Dimensions

1
45

80630

d1

2
3
4

l
8001000

5
Description

6
d1

Has a turning circular blade with an EPDM-rubber seal


which tightens against the inside of the damper when
closed. The blade can be adjusted in a 090 angle.

The cup at 80630 can be complemented with the special


insulation cup IK at insulation thicker than 50 mm.

The damper can be used for regulating at rare occations.


There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
80315 fullfills pressure class C in closed position.
355630 fullfills pressure class B in closed position.
7101000 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.
Motorizing
The torque needed for the motorizing is given in the adjacent table.
7101000 is not possible to motorize on site.

Reinforced blade

Ordering example
DTU
Product
Dimension d1

200

d1
nom
80
100
112
125
140
150
160
180
200
224
250
280
300
315
355
400
450
500
560
600
630
710
800
900
1000

l
mm
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
115
115
115
115
230
230
230
230

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

M
Nm
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
3,0
3,0
4,0
4,0
4,0
8,0
8,0
10
10
15
15
15
40
40
60
60

m
kg
0,30
0,38
0,48
0,53
0,60
0,63
0,74
0,82
1,04
1,27
1,52
1,77
1,98
2,14
2,44
3,65
4,84
6,07
7,47
8,11
8,80
17,0
19,5
26,0
31,0

Sealing class
past closed
blade
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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Shut-off damper

DTU

400

500

630

The blade is set via a knob in a protective cup.

The dashed curves give the A-weighted sound power data,


LWA, in dB to the duct.

The setting of the blade is read


against an embossed scale at the rim
of the cup.

Example
Given

The blade is locked with two screws,


type Pozidriv (PZD2).

The blade has reinforced locking with


a sturdy wing nut.

The blade is reinforced.

The blade is additionally reinforced.

With sturdy handle.


With additionally reinforced handle.

With reinforced stop beads.


The axle is reinforced.

10
11

The damper can be delivered prepared for motor. Is then called DTHU.

The damper can be delivered with


electric motor of On/Off-type without
spring return. Is then called DTBU.

The damper can be delivered with


electric motor of On/Off-type with
spring return. Is then called DTBCU.

The damper can be delivered with


pneumatic actuator of On/Off-type
with spring return. Is then called
DTPU.

80

a []

[Pa]
60

500

50

40

30
75
65

200

20

70

300

B]

60

[d

Dimension 100
Flow 60 l/s
Pressure drop 200 Pa
Obtained from graph
Setting angle 32
Sound power level 63 dB (A)

W
A

The solid curves show the pressure drop, pt, over the
damper as a function of flow q, and setting angle .

100

10

55

pt

Property

Pressure drop graphs with noise data for


dimensioning

80315

710-1000

Technical data

50
50

45
40

30
35
20

12

10

20

30
q
4

40

50

75 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

13
100
[]
30

[Pa]

14

50

60

500

40

300

15

75

200

pt

B]

16

100

A
LW

65

[d

60

10

55

50
50

17

30
30
20

18

35

10

40
20

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

45
30
q

40

3
v

268

20

70

50

120 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

l indab | dampers and measu re u nits

Shut-off damper

DTU
1

112

150

[Pa]
60

500

50

40

[]
30

[Pa]

20

300

300

70

500

200

60

50

[]
30

40

200

20

100

10

2
3

100
0

pt

pt

10

0
50

50

30

30

20
10

15

20

30

40 50
q

100

4
v

10

15 [m/s]

30

40 50

100

4
v

150 200

270 [l/s]

[]

15 [m/s]

10

50

200

40 50
q

B]

65

[d

100

60

10

20

40

30
20

45

35

30

180 [l/s]

10

50

50

30

20

55

10

40
20

75

100

pt

B]
[d
W
A

55

45

12 15

70

200

20

30
20

40

60

50
50

50

300

65

100

60

80

70

300

70

500

30

75

[]
30

[Pa]

40

W
A

60

70

500

30

40 50

100

200

300 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

15 [m/s]

10

4
v

140
[]

[Pa]
500

60

50

40

[]

[Pa]

30

500

300

12
13

180
70

11

70

60

50

40

30

14

300

200

200

20

100

10

50

pt

20
pt

160

[Pa]

pt

20
17 20

150 [l/s]

125

100

16

50

10

0
30

30

20
15

20

30

40 50

100

150

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Sound power level LW, [dB] to duct in the octave bands 18, 638000 Hz, as a function of dimension, flow and pressure drop.

1
2

dim
d1

80

100

125

160

200

250

315

400

500

630

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Pressure
drop
[Pa]

63 125

500
200
100
50
20

63
61
59
53
47

63
61
56
49
42

500
200
100
50
20

60
53
51
48
43

60
51
46
42
35

500
200
100
50
20

66
59
58
57
56

63
53
49
42
32

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100
50
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62
52
47
42
37

63
52
43
36
30

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200
100
50
20

65
55
46
40
34

60
52
43
38
31

500
200
100
50
20

67
55
52
44
33

65
54
48
41
35

500
200
100
50
20

63
50
42
34
26

60
44
39
34
30

500
200
100
50
20

76
61
50
42
40

71
58
45
37
34

500
200
100
50
20

82
66
55
46
41

76
60
50
40
33

500
200
100
50
20

86
76
65
54
45

77
70
61
49
35

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200
100
50
20

56
49
46
44
31

53
43
40
37
33

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59
55
52
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47

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Velocity app. 1 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 5 [l/s]
64 63 58 53
58 52 49 42
50 45 41 28
43 40 33 23
36 32 25 16
Flow 8 [l/s]
59 52 50 44
53 43 42 35
44 38 35 28
38 33 26 19
30 23 17
9
Flow 12 [l/s]
61 55 52 46
49 44 38 34
43 40 31 28
41 31 29 20
39 29 27 11
Flow 20 [l/s]
61 56 52 51
51 44 43 38
39 37 32 27
33 28 25 20
30 26 19 16
Flow 30 [l/s]
56 52 49 47
51 43 40 37
41 34 32 29
33 30 28 27
26 25 25 23
Flow 50 [l/s]
57 50 47 52
49 43 42 38
40 37 34 33
35 32 29 24
29 29 25 15
Flow 80 [l/s]
53 49 47 46
42 38 38 33
33 31 30 25
30 26 22 21
27 21 16 15
Flow 130 [l/s]
66 59 55 58
50 44 43 44
40 34 36 35
31 29 28 27
27 25 24 23
Flow 200 [l/s]
69 63 62 61
55 48 45 44
47 38 38 36
36 33 32 29
29 27 26 19
Flow 300 [l/s]
71 67 64 61
63 60 56 53
52 49 45 43
45 39 34 36
38 30 29 29
Flow 500 [l/s]
54 51 52 52
41 43 47 46
39 39 41 36
34 32 29 25
27 22 21 11
Flow 800 [l/s]
50 50 50 53
48 47 47 50
39 42 41 38
32 34 31 26
27 29 19
6

4k

8k

63 125

48
33
22
15
7

45
28
14
8
1

65
63
60
56
51

65
63
60
54
47

44
32
21
16
7

44
32
20
14
6

67
59
58
55
50

64
58
55
53
49

47
33
22
17
15

44
32
22
15
11

71
65
64
63
62

68
62
59
54
48

50
37
27
17
11

49
36
25
16
10

68
61
59
54
49

67
58
54
50
46

44
38
29
23
18

42
38
29
22
16

70
62
57
51
44

64
57
52
45
37

51
42
31
22
12

50
42
28
20
10

69
59
56
52
47

66
57
52
48
44

45
37
30
19
13

44
34
23
15
11

68
60
54
49
44

65
55
52
49
46

57
45
35
25
21

56
41
29
20
11

79
67
61
57
55

73
62
56
52
50

60
46
34
29
18

59
43
31
25
20

84
71
63
59
56

77
65
58
52
47

61
52
41
30
26

60
48
37
26
20

88
78
71
66
61

80
72
66
58
50

47
41
30
19
12

44
31
23
15
1

64
58
55
52
44

59
52
48
44
36

50
46
34
21
2

49
34
24
10
1

68
64
60
56
50

62
56
52
47
34

Velocity app. 3 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 15 [l/s]
65 65 59 55
60 54 51 43
53 48 43 30
47 43 36 25
39 35 28 18
Flow 25 [l/s]
64 57 54 48
58 50 48 40
53 46 41 34
48 42 35 26
42 37 28 17
Flow 40 [l/s]
65 59 56 50
57 51 46 41
53 47 39 34
50 41 36 27
48 34 34 20
Flow 60 [l/s]
64 59 55 53
56 50 48 42
50 45 40 35
46 37 33 29
43 35 27 24
Flow 100 [l/s]
61 55 52 52
55 47 44 42
48 41 39 36
41 36 32 32
33 29 27 25
Flow 150 [l/s]
59 53 50 54
52 46 44 41
45 41 38 36
40 38 34 30
37 35 31 25
Flow 250 [l/s]
59 53 50 50
50 45 43 40
45 41 38 36
43 38 34 32
41 35 30 27
Flow 400 [l/s]
67 62 57 60
56 50 48 48
49 44 42 39
44 39 37 35
40 35 34 32
Flow 600 [l/s]
70 64 63 62
59 53 50 50
53 47 46 44
47 44 42 38
42 40 38 32
Flow 900 [l/s]
73 69 66 64
65 62 59 55
59 54 50 46
53 48 43 40
47 43 38 36
Flow 1500 [l/s]
58 57 57 56
49 49 50 49
45 44 44 40
40 38 35 31
32 28 25 17
Flow 2400 [l/s]
58 58 57 57
53 52 52 51
46 45 44 41
40 39 36 31
33 32 25 17

4k

8k

63 125

49
34
23
16
8

46
29
15
9
2

67
65
61
59
54

67
65
64
59
52

48
37
26
22
15

48
37
24
18
14

72
66
65
64
62

69
65
64
63
61

50
38
29
25
22

47
38
27
20
15

76
72
71
70
68

73
71
70
68
65

52
40
33
25
19

51
40
31
25
18

73
71
70
69
68

71
65
64
63
61

55
42
34
28
21

55
42
34
28
19

75
71
69
63
56

69
65
64
56
47

53
44
34
28
22

52
44
31
24
17

71
63
62
61
59

67
60
57
56
54

53
43
36
30
25

50
40
31
24
18

74
70
66
64
62

71
65
64
63
61

59
48
39
34
30

58
45
34
26
20

82
74
72
71
70

75
68
67
66
65

61
50
42
38
30

60
47
37
31
26

85
77
72
71
70

78
70
66
63
60

63
55
45
39
33

62
49
40
30
25

90
80
78
77
76

83
74
71
68
65

54
45
35
26
13

50
37
29
20
2

72
67
63
60
56

65
60
55
50
40

56
48
37
27
7

53
38
28
15
2

77
72
67
62
53

70
64
58
54
45

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Velocity app. 6 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 30 [l/s]
67 67 60 57
62 56 53 44
57 51 46 32
52 47 40 27
44 39 32 20
Flow 50 [l/s]
69 62 59 52
64 57 54 45
62 54 48 40
60 53 44 33
57 51 41 27
Flow 75 [l/s]
70 63 60 53
65 59 53 47
63 55 47 40
60 51 43 34
56 47 39 29
Flow 120 [l/s]
68 62 59 55
62 56 53 47
60 53 48 42
58 48 42 37
55 44 36 32
Flow 200 [l/s]
65 59 55 55
61 53 50 48
58 50 47 44
51 44 39 39
43 36 29 27
Flow 300 [l/s]
61 56 53 56
55 49 46 44
51 46 43 40
47 45 40 38
46 42 38 36
Flow 500 [l/s]
65 58 55 55
58 52 49 48
56 50 47 46
55 49 45 42
54 48 43 37
Flow 800 [l/s]
68 65 59 62
62 56 53 52
58 53 49 47
56 50 47 44
54 47 44 40
Flow 1200 [l/s]
71 65 64 63
64 58 56 55
60 55 53 51
57 54 51 46
54 52 49 44
Flow 1800 [l/s]
75 71 68 67
67 64 60 57
66 59 56 49
62 57 51 45
57 55 46 42
Flow 3000 [l/s]
62 63 62 62
56 55 53 52
51 49 47 44
46 44 41 37
37 34 29 23
Flow 4750 [l/s]
66 67 64 64
58 56 54 52
53 49 47 44
48 44 41 37
39 35 32 28

4k

8k

50
35
24
17
9

47
30
16
10
4

52
42
31
28
25

52
42
29
22
15

53
43
35
32
28

50
43
32
24
17

54
44
39
32
27

53
44
38
32
23

59
47
42
34
24

59
47
42
34
22

55
46
38
33
30

54
46
35
28
24

58
49
44
40
34

55
46
39
32
24

61
52
46
44
38

60
49
40
33
28

62
54
49
46
40

61
51
43
37
32

65
57
48
47
39

64
50
44
36
30

61
49
40
33
14

56
43
34
25
9

63
50
40
33
22

57
42
32
25
14

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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3
4

dim
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80

5
100

6
125

7
160

8
9
10

200

250

11
315

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400

13
14
15

500

630

16
800

17
1000

18
274

Pressure
drop
[Pa]

63 125

500
200
100
50
20

72
70
66
63
59

70
68
65
62
58

500
200
100
50
20

78
74
73
72
70

75
73
72
70
67

500
200
100
50
20

83
79
78
77
76

80
78
77
76
75

500
200
100
50
20

78
76
75
74
73

77
73
72
71
66

500
200
100
50
20

85
83
82
81
80

79
77
76
74
70

500
200
100
50
20

78
74
72
69
66

75
69
68
67
65

500
200
100
50
20

82
77
76
75
74

78
72
71
70
68

500
200
100
50
20

88
83
82
80
77

81
76
75
73
70

500
200
100
50
20

91
85
82
79
76

84
78
74
71
67

500
200
100
50
20

96
90
89
87
84

88
83
82
80
77

500
200
100
50
20

78
72
68
66
61

70
64
59
55
46

500
200
100
50
20

81
76
72
68
61

74
69
64
60
53

Velocity app. 9 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 45 [l/s]
70 70 63 60
67 60 57 48
63 57 51 36
58 52 45 28
51 46 38 21
Flow 75 [l/s]
75 67 64 57
72 64 59 50
71 62 56 46
68 58 51 40
63 53 44 33
Flow 110 [l/s]
76 68 65 58
71 65 58 51
70 61 51 45
68 57 45 39
64 53 40 33
Flow 180 [l/s]
74 67 63 60
70 63 59 53
69 61 54 48
66 58 49 40
61 54 43 35
Flow 300 [l/s]
72 65 62 61
70 62 58 55
69 59 56 53
65 56 52 49
60 52 46 43
Flow 450 [l/s]
68 61 58 61
63 57 55 54
60 56 52 49
58 54 48 44
56 52 44 39
Flow 750 [l/s]
71 64 60 60
66 59 58 57
64 57 54 52
61 54 50 46
58 51 46 39
Flow 1200 [l/s]
74 70 63 66
68 61 60 59
67 60 58 55
65 58 56 51
63 55 53 47
Flow 1800 [l/s]
76 68 67 68
72 65 63 61
69 62 59 57
66 59 55 52
63 56 50 47
Flow 2800 [l/s]
80 76 72 72
76 71 67 63
75 68 63 58
72 65 58 52
68 61 52 45
Flow 4500 [l/s]
66 66 65 64
60 59 57 55
55 53 51 48
51 48 45 42
43 39 35 32
Flow 7100 [l/s]
69 69 67 65
63 60 57 55
58 55 52 49
54 52 48 45
48 46 42 39

4k

8k

63 125

53
38
27
18
10

49
32
18
11
5

77
75
74
73

76
74
73
71

57
47
36
29
26

57
46
33
23
17

84
80
79
77

81
79
78
76

58
48
39
33
30

54
47
35
25
18

89
87
86
84
81

87
85
83
80
76

59
50
45
38
30

58
50
44
33
25

84
80
78
76

84
80
76
72

65
54
50
45
38

65
54
50
42
32

92
90
88
85
81

85
83
80
76
72

60
54
45
37
32

59
53
42
32
27

87
82
79
76

83
79
76
72

60
56
50
43
36

60
52
44
35
26

89
86
84
82
80

85
79
77
74
71

65
58
53
47
42

64
54
47
39
30

95
89
86
83
80

87
82
80
77
74

68
60
55
48
41

67
57
50
43
36

96
91
88
85

88
84
75
72

70
63
55
48
42

68
56
50
42
33

103
98
95
92
89

95
90
88
84
82

63
52
44
37
25

58
46
37
30
18

83
77
73
71

73
67
63
60

64
53
47
43
37

58
45
39
36
31

85
80
76
73

77
71
67
65

Velocity app. 12 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 60 [l/s]
75 75 68 64
71 65 61 51
70 60 57 45
66 55 52 40

Flow 100 [l/s]


80 72 68 62
78 69 66 55
75 65 60 49
70 60 53 43

Flow 145 [l/s]


81 73 69 62
78 70 63 56
75 66 58 50
71 61 52 44
66 55 45 38
Flow 240 [l/s]
80 72 68 65
77 69 66 58
73 66 61 53
68 62 55 47

Flow 400 [l/s]


79 72 68 66
77 69 65 62
73 65 61 58
68 60 56 52
62 54 50 45
Flow 600 [l/s]
76 68 68 68
72 64 63 63
69 62 60 60
65 59 56 54

Flow 1000 [l/s]


77 69 68 67
72 65 63 62
69 62 60 58
66 59 55 52
63 56 48 44
Flow 1500 [l/s]
79 75 69 71
75 69 67 64
72 66 63 61
68 63 58 56
64 60 54 50
Flow 2400 [l/s]
80 72 70 73
76 70 66 66
70 63 60 58
67 60 56 53

Flow 3700 [l/s]


86 82 77 77
82 78 74 70
79 74 70 65
75 69 65 60
70 63 59 55
Flow 6000 [l/s]
69 69 68 66
63 62 60 58
59 57 55 52
55 52 49 47

Flow 9450 [l/s]


71 70 68 67
65 64 61 58
61 59 56 54
59 58 54 52

4k

8k

63 125

56
41
32
25

53
34
25
19

80
78
77
75

80
77
75
72

61
51
44
36

61
51
42
31

88
84
82
80

86
83
81
79

62
52
44
36
32

58
48
39
28
19

91
88
87
86

88
86
84
82

65
55
50
43

65
55
48
38

89
85
83
80

89
84
80
76

71
61
55
48
40

70
60
53
45
36

95
92
90
88

89
85
83
80

68
62
58
51

68
61
57
48

94
88
85
82

90
84
81
78

69
63
57
49
39

65
58
53
46
38

92
88
87
85

88
83
80
77

70
63
58
52
45

69
60
55
48
40

98
92
89
86

90
84
82
80

72
65
56
49

71
61
52
44

102
96
93
90

94
89
85
80

76
70
63
56
49

73
62
57
51
43

107
103
100
97

98
95
92
89

65
55
48
41

60
49
42
35

84
80
77
76

75
70
67
65

65
57
52
50

60
50
46
45

86
83
80
78

79
74
72
70

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

Velocity app. 15 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
250 500 1k 2k
Flow 75 [l/s]
80 80 72 68
72 70 64 53
71 65 58 46
67 58 53 41

Flow 120 [l/s]


85 76 72 65
81 72 68 59
78 69 63 54
74 65 57 48

Flow 180 [l/s]


83 75 71 63
80 71 66 59
78 69 61 53
75 65 55 47

Flow 300 [l/s]


85 77 73 69
80 73 70 64
77 70 65 58
72 66 59 51

Flow 475 [l/s]


82 73 71 70
79 71 66 64
76 68 63 61
72 64 59 56

Flow 750 [l/s]


82 74 71 74
77 69 68 67
74 67 65 63
70 64 61 58

Flow 1200 [l/s]


80 72 71 70
75 68 66 65
72 65 63 61
69 62 59 55

Flow 1900 [l/s]


82 78 73 74
77 70 69 67
74 68 66 64
71 66 62 59

Flow 3000 [l/s]


85 78 75 77
80 72 68 68
76 69 65 63
72 65 62 57

Flow 4700 [l/s]


90 85 81 81
87 82 78 76
84 79 75 71
80 74 70 65

Flow 7500 [l/s]


71 70 69 67
66 65 63 61
62 60 57 55
61 58 54 52

Flow 11800 [l/s]


72 71 69 68
68 67 64 61
65 63 60 59
63 62 59 58

4k

8k

60
42
33
26

56
35
26
20

64
55
48
40

64
54
45
35

63
54
47
39

59
49
42
33

69
59
54
47

69
58
52
42

74
64
58
52

73
63
56
48

74
68
62
55

74
65
59
52

72
64
59
52

68
59
55
48

73
65
61
55

72
63
58
51

77
68
61
53

76
67
58
49

80
73
67
60

76
66
62
56

66
58
51
47

61
52
45
40

66
60
57
56

61
55
53
52

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Shut-off damper

DTMU/DTWU
1
2
3
4
5

Description
DTMU/DTWU are tight-closing shut-off dampers. The
dampers can be used to completely shut off the air flow.
The blade consists of double sheet metal with a intermediate sealing of EPDM-rubber, which is in contact with the
inside of the damper housing when in the closed position.
DTMU is equipped with a handle and a locking mechanism
for stepless adjustment of 090.
DTWU is equipped with a transverse lever, on which pulling
ropes can be mounted for manual remote control.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
80315 fullfills pressure class C in closed position.
355630 fullfills pressure class B in closed position.

d1

100

DTMU

d1
nom
80
100
112
125
140
150
160
180
200
224
250
280
300
315
355
400
450
500
560
600
630

H
mm
95
105
110
118
125
130
135
145
155
165
180
195
205
215
240
260
285
310
340
360
375

m
kg
0,80
0,90
0,90
1,00
1,00
1,10
1,10
1,30
1,40
1,60
1,90
2,20
2,40
2,60
3,10
3,90
4,50
5,20
6,20
7,20
8,10

100

d1

Dimensions
Sealing class
past closed
blade
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Ordering example
DTMU
Product
Dimension d1

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

250

18
275

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DTMU/DTWU

Technical data

Pressure drop graphs with noise data for dimensioning

The solid curves show the pressure drop, pt, over the
damper as a function of the flow q, and setting angle .
The dashed curves give the A-weighted sound power data,
LWA, in dB to the duct.

4
5

[]

[Pa]
70

500

60

50

40

200

65

W
A

100

20

60

[d
B]

Example
Given
Dimension 100
Flow 60 l/s
Pressure drop 200 Pa
Obtained from the graph
Setting angle 32
Sound power level 63 dB (A)

30

75

70

300

55

pt

125

50
50

10

45

30

40
20

12 15

20

30

40 50
q
3

100

180 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

10

7
160

80
a []

[Pa]
40

100

12

10

20

30
q

40

50

20

75 [l/s]

10

40

30
20

30

45

35

30

40
5

10

50

50

35
20

60
55

45

30

65

B]

pt

55

20

70

10

50
50

11

80
75

[d

B]
W
A

[d

10

40

200

60

pt

100

50

300

65

200

60

20

70

300

70

500

75

[]
30

[Pa]

30

W
A

500

50

60

40 50

100

200

300 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

15 [m/s]

4
v

13
100

200
[]
30

[Pa]

300
200

pt

100

60

30

18
276

30
20

35

10

20

200

100

40

50

120 [l/s]

20

60
55

50
10

45
40
35

30

30
q
3

70

20

80

65

40

30
75

50

45

40

[d
B]
10

55

50

50

65

[d

LW

60

300
20

70

B]

50

17

500

70

W
A

15
16

75

[]

[Pa]

500

40

pt

14

50

60

30

40 50

0
100

200

300

475 [l/s]

q
10

15 [m/s]

4
v

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

10

15 [m/s]

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Shut-off damper

DTMU/DTWU
1

250

500
a []
30

[Pa]
40

50

100

300

20

B]

pt

100

500

10

50

50

45

20
200

750 [l/s]

60
55

30

200
q

85

70

[d

]
20

10

50

40

35

80

65

55

30

40

200

45

50

50

300

60

[d
B
W
A

pt

100

60

75

65

200

70

500

75 80
70
20

300

[]
30

[Pa]

W
A

500

50

60

35

40

300

500

1000

2000

10

3000 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

10

15 [m/s]

7
315

630
[]

[Pa]
70

500

60

50

40
70

[]

[Pa]
30

500

80

300

70

60

50

40
85

300
60

70

[d

50
50

30
20

35

80 100

200

0
300
q

500

1200 [l/s]

15 [m/s]

10

10

10

W
A

60

55

50

40

20

65

10

45

30

100

pt

55

W
A

100

pt

[d

B]

B]

200

20

75

65
200

30

80

50

30
40
20
300

500

45
1000
q
2

2000

4
v

3000

4700 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

11
12
13

400
[]

[Pa]
70

500

60

50

40
75

300

14

20

15

10

16

70
65

W
A

[d

B]

200

100

pt

30
80

60

55

50

50
45
35

30
20
130

40

200

300

0
500
q

1000

17

1900 [l/s]

10

15 [m/s]

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

18
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DTMU/DTWU

Sound data for DTMU/DTWU

Sound power level, LW, [dB] in duct in the octave bands 18, 638000 Hz, as a function of dimension, flow and pressure drop.
The methods ISO 5135 and ISO 3741 have been used to measure these sound values.

2
3

dim
d1

80

4
5
6
7

100

125

160

8
200

9
250

10
11
12

315

400

13
500

14
630

15

Pressure
drop
[Pa]

63

500
300
200
100
50

65
63
63
55
56

500
300
200
100
50

67
62
58
58
55

500
300
200
100
50

71
66
65
64
63

500
300
200
100
50

68
63
61
59
54

500
300
200
100
50

70
67
62
57
51

500
300
200
100
50

69
63
59
56
52

500
300
200
100
50

68
62
60
54
49

500
300
200
100
50

79
72
67
61
57

500
300
200
100
50

84
77
71
63
59

500
300
200
100
50

88
82
78
71
66

Velocity app. 3 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
125 250 500 1k 2k 4k
Flow 15 [l/s]
65 65 65 59 55 49
63 60 60 54 48 42
63 60 54 51 43 34
60 53 48 43 30 23
54 47 43 36 25 16
Flow 25 [l/s]
64 64 57 54 48 48
61 60 54 51 45 42
58 58 50 48 40 37
55 53 46 41 34 26
53 48 42 35 26 22
Flow 40 [l/s]
68 65 59 56 50 50
66 60 55 52 46 43
62 57 51 46 41 38
59 53 47 39 34 29
54 50 41 36 27 25
Flow 60 [l/s]
67 64 59 55 53 52
62 59 55 52 49 46
58 56 50 48 42 40
54 50 45 40 35 33
50 46 37 33 29 25
Flow 100 [l/s]
64 61 55 52 52 55
62 56 50 48 45 48
57 55 47 44 42 42
52 48 41 39 36 34
45 41 36 32 32 28
Flow 150 [l/s]
66 59 53 50 54 53
61 55 50 47 46 48
57 52 46 44 41 44
52 45 41 38 36 34
48 40 38 34 30 28
Flow 250 [l/s]
65 59 53 50 50 53
59 54 49 46 45 49
55 50 45 43 40 43
52 45 41 38 36 36
49 43 38 34 32 30
Flow 400 [l/s]
73 67 62 57 60 59
66 60 54 51 51 51
62 56 50 48 48 48
56 49 44 42 39 39
52 44 39 37 35 34
Flow 600 [l/s]
77 70 64 63 62 61
70 64 58 54 54 58
65 59 53 50 50 50
58 53 47 46 44 42
52 47 44 42 38 38
Flow 1000 [l/s]
80 73 69 66 64 63
75 69 65 62 61 58
72 65 62 59 55 55
66 59 54 50 46 45
58 53 48 43 40 39

8k

63

46
36
29
15
9

67
66
65
59
59

48
42
37
24
18

72
68
65
68
69

47
40
38
27
20

76
73
74
77
80

51
45
40
31
25

72
67
68
70
69

55
48
42
34
28

75
74
71
69
63

52
47
44
31
24

71
66
63
63
61

50
43
40
31
24

74
69
70
66
64

58
51
45
34
26

82
77
74
72
72

60
58
47
37
31

85
80
77
72
71

62
55
49
40
30

90
84
80
78
77

Velocity app. 6 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
125 250 500 1k 2k 4k
Flow 30 [l/s]
67 67 67 60 57 50
66 63 63 56 50 44
65 62 56 53 44 35
65 57 51 46 32 24
59 52 47 40 27 17
Flow 50 [l/s]
68 68 62 59 52 52
68 68 59 56 50 47
65 64 57 54 45 42
66 62 54 48 40 31
67 60 53 44 33 28
Flow 80 [l/s]
73 70 63 60 53 53
73 67 60 57 51 48
71 65 59 53 47 43
70 63 55 47 40 35
68 60 51 43 34 32
Flow 120 [l/s]
71 68 62 59 55 54
66 64 58 55 52 49
65 62 56 53 47 44
64 60 53 48 42 39
64 58 48 42 37 32
Flow 200 [l/s]
68 65 59 55 55 59
68 62 55 52 51 53
65 62 53 50 48 47
64 58 50 47 44 42
56 51 44 39 39 34
Flow 300 [l/s]
67 61 56 53 56 55
63 57 51 48 47 51
60 55 49 46 44 46
57 51 45 43 40 38
56 47 45 40 38 33
Flow 500 [l/s]
71 65 58 55 55 58
66 60 54 51 51 54
64 58 52 49 48 49
63 55 50 47 46 44
64 56 49 45 42 40
Flow 800 [l/s]
75 68 65 59 62 61
70 64 58 56 55 54
68 62 56 53 52 52
66 58 53 49 47 46
67 56 50 47 44 44
Flow 1200 [l/s]
78 71 65 64 63 62
74 67 60 57 57 60
70 64 58 56 55 54
66 60 55 53 51 49
63 57 54 51 46 46
Flow 2000 [l/s]
83 75 71 68 67 65
77 70 67 63 62 61
74 67 64 60 57 57
71 66 59 56 49 47
68 62 57 51 45 48

16
17
18
278

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

8k

63

47
38
30
16
10

70
70
70
66
-

52
47
42
29
22

78
75
74
79
-

50
44
43
32
26

83
79
82
84
-

53
48
44
38
32

78
75
76
77
-

59
52
47
42
34

83
84
83
83
-

54
48
46
35
28

78
75
72
75
-

55
48
46
39
32

82
78
79
76
-

60
54
49
40
33

88
84
82
83
-

61
60
51
43
37

91
88
85
82
-

64
56
50
44
36

96
92
89
90
-

Velocity app. 9 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
125 250 500 1k 2k 4k
Flow 45 [l/s]
70 70 70 63 60 53
70 67 67 60 54 47
70 67 60 57 48 38
72 63 57 51 36 27
Flow 75 [l/s]
75 75 67 64 57 57
74 73 65 61 54 51
73 73 64 59 50 47
75 71 62 56 46 36
Flow 120 [l/s]
79 76 68 65 58 58
79 72 66 62 55 52
78 71 65 58 51 48
78 70 61 51 45 39
Flow 180 [l/s]
77 74 67 63 60 59
75 71 65 61 58 54
73 69 63 59 53 50
73 69 61 54 48 45
Flow 300 [l/s]
76 72 65 61 61 65
78 71 64 61 57 60
76 71 62 58 55 54
76 69 59 56 53 50
Flow 450 [l/s]
75 68 61 58 61 60
72 65 59 55 55 59
69 63 57 55 54 54
69 60 56 52 49 45
Flow 750 [l/s]
78 71 64 60 60 54
74 68 61 57 57 61
72 66 59 58 57 56
72 64 57 54 52 50
Flow 1200 [l/s]
81 74 70 62 66 65
77 70 63 62 61 60
75 68 61 60 59 58
76 67 60 58 55 53
Flow 1800 [l/s]
84 76 68 67 68 68
80 73 66 62 62 66
78 72 65 63 61 60
75 70 63 60 57 55
Flow 3000 [l/s]
88 80 76 72 72 70
84 77 73 69 68 68
82 75 71 67 63 63
82 76 68 63 58 55
-

8k
49
40
32
18
57
51
46
33
54
48
48
35
58
54
50
44
65
60
54
50
59
55
53
42
60
54
52
44
64
60
54
47
67
66
57
50
68
61
56
50
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Shut-off damper

DTMU/DTWU
1
2

dim
d1

80

100

125

160

200

250

315

400

500

630

Pressure
drop
[Pa]
500
300
200
100
50
500
300
200
100
50
500
300
200
100
50
500
300
200
100
50
500
300
200
100
50
500
300
200
100
50
500
300
200
100
50
500
300
200
100
50
500
300
200
100
50
500
300
200
100
50

Velocity app. 12 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
63 125 250 500 1k 2k 4k
Flow 60 [l/s]
75 75 75 75 68 64 56
75 75 71 71 64 57 50
75 75 71 65 61 51 41
Flow 100 [l/s]
84 81 80 72 68 62 61
81 80 79 70 67 59 56
80 80 79 69 66 55 51
Flow 160 [l/s]
89 85 81 73 69 62 62
86 86 79 71 68 60 56
89 85 78 70 63 56 52
Flow 240 [l/s]
84 84 80 72 68 65 65
81 81 78 70 67 63 59
84 80 77 69 66 58 55
Flow 400 [l/s]
90 82 78 72 67 66 71
92 84 78 71 67 63 67
90 83 79 69 65 62 61
Flow 600 [l/s]
87 83 76 68 64 68 68
84 80 73 67 65 64 62
82 79 72 64 63 63 62
Flow 1000 [l/s]
89 85 77 69 68 67 69
85 81 74 66 64 64 66
86 79 72 65 63 62 64
Flow 1600 [l/s]
95 87 79 75 67 71 70
91 83 76 69 67 66 65
89 82 75 69 67 64 63
Flow 2400 [l/s]
96 88 80 72 70 73 72
93 85 78 70 66 66 70
91 84 76 70 68 66 65
Flow 4000 [l/s]
103 95 86 82 77 77 76
100 91 83 79 75 75 74
98 90 82 78 74 70 70
-

8k
53
43
34
61
55
51
58
53
52
65
59
55
70
66
60
68
61
61
65
59
58
69
64
60
71
70
61
73
66
62
-

Velocity app. 15 [m/s]


Centre frequency [Hz]
63 125 250 500 1k 2k 4k
Flow 75 [l/s]
80 80 80 80 72 68 60
79 79 75 75 68 60 53
Flow 120 [l/s]
88 85 84 76 72 65 64
86 85 84 74 70 62 59
Flow 180 [l/s]
91 87 83 75 71 63 63
89 88 81 73 69 62 58
Flow 300 [l/s]
89 89 85 77 73 69 69
87 87 83 76 72 68 64
Flow 450 [l/s]
93 85 81 73 71 70 74
95 87 81 72 68 66 69
Flow 750 [l/s]
94 90 82 74 70 74 74
91 87 80 72 70 69 72
Flow 1200 [l/s]
92 88 80 72 71 70 72
89 85 78 70 68 68 70
Flow 1800 [l/s]
98 90 82 78 70 74 73
94 86 79 71 70 69 68
Flow 3000 [l/s]
102 94 85 78 75 77 77
99 91 83 74 70 70 74
Flow 4500 [l/s]
107 98 90 85 81 81 80
105 96 88 83 79 79 79
-

8k
56
45
-

64
58
-

5
6

59
54
-

69
64
-

73
68
74
68
68
62
72
67
76
74
76
70
-

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

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Shut-off damper with


motor shelf

DTHU
Dimensions

80450

l1

105

45

2
3

d1

4
5

Description

Shut-off damper with motor shelf KOMHY


80630 consists of a DTU damper with a KOMHY combined motor shelf added. The damper has no knob, and has
a longer spindle to avoid the need for extension spindle
VREDF. The damper is designed to have a motor added on
site.

9
10
11

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.
80315 fullfills pressure class C in closed position.
355630 fullfills pressure class B in closed position.
7101000 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.
Motorizing
The motor shelf KOMHY is provided with suitable fixing
holes for Belimos LM, NM SM and AF motors, and for Sauters pneumatic actuators AK 31 P and AK 41 P.
900 and 1000 has two motor shelves.

12
13

l1

105

d1

500630

NOTE! AK 42 P does not fit this damper. The torque needed


for motorizing is given in the adjacent table.

7101000

Also the dampers DRU and DSU can be ordered in this


version.

d1

14
15

16
17

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DTHU

18
280

200

Product
Dimension d1

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Shut-off damper with


motor shelf

DTHU

Dimensions

1
Sealing class
past closed
blade

d1
nom

l
mm

l1
mm

M
Nm

m
kg

80

100

230

2,0

0,67

100

100

230

2,0

0,75

112

100

230

2,0

0,85

125

100

230

2,0

0,90

140

100

230

2,0

0,97

150

100

230

2,0

1,00

160

100

230

2,0

1,11

180

100

230

2,0

1,19

200

100

230

2,0

1,41

224

100

230

3,0

1,64

250

100

230

3,0

1,89

280

100

230

4,0

2,14

300

100

230

4,0

2,33

315

100

230

4,0

2,51

355

100

230

8,0

2,81

400

100

230

4,02

450

100

230

10

5,21

500

115

230

10

6,44

560

115

230

15

7,84

600

115

230

15

8,48

630

115

315

15

9,17

710

230

355

40

18,2

800

230

400

40

20,7

900

230

450

60

27,6

1000

230

500

60

32,6

8,0

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

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Shut-off damper with motor


shelf

DTH1U

Dimensions

115

90

46

d1

3
4
5
6
7
8

Description
Shut-off damper with motor shelf HYLLA LMNM.
Consists of a DTU damper with motor shelf HYLLA LMNM
added.
The damper is designed to have a motor added on site.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
80315 fullfills pressure class C in closed position.
400500 fullfills pressure class B in closed position.

9
10

Motorizing
See separate motorizing table.
The torque needed for motorizing is given in the adjacent
table.

d1
nom
80
100
125
160
180
200
250
315
400
500

l
mm
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

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12
13
14
15
16

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17

Product
Dimension d1

DTH1U

125

18
282

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M
Nm
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
3,0
4,0
8,0
10

m
kg
0,70
0,75
0,90
1,10
1,20
1,40
1,90
2,50
4,00
6,50

Sealing class
past closed
blade
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

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Shut-off damper with motor


shelf

DTH2U

Dimensions

1
64
15

120

d1

3
4
5

Description
Shut-off damper with motor shelf HYLLA DTH2U.
Consists of a DTU damper with motor shelf HYLLA DTHU2U
added.
The damper has neither any cup nor any knob, and has a
longer spindle to avoid the need for extension spindle
VREDF. The damper is designed to have a motor added on
site.
Has a low height to fit at narrow spaces.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
Fulfills pressure class C in closed position.

d1
nom

l
mm

M
Nm

m
kg

80
100
125
150
160
200
250
315

100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
2,0
3,0
4,0

0,31
0,39
0,54
0,64
0,75
1,05
1,53
2,15

Sealing class
past closed
blade
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

7
8
9

Motorizing
The motor shelf is suitable for Belimo's CM...F and LM...F
motors.

10

The torque needed for motorizing is given in the adjacent


table.

11
12
13
14
15
16

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DTH2U

125

Product
Dimension d1

17
18
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Damper with flow meter

DIRBU

Dimensions

l3

d1

3
4
5
6
7
8
9

li

Description
The motor-driven damper DIRBU with flow meter is suitable
for systems where it should be possible to increase the air
flow or lower it to the basic level. Examples of such systems
are conference rooms and public areas.
It fulfils tightness class C. DIRBU is intended for use where
you want to be able to set two air flows.
Maximum and minimum flow is set with the measurement
nozzles and are fixed with the two end stop screws on the
motor.

d1
nom
100
125
150
160
200
250
300
315

D
nom
163
210
230
230
285
333
406
406

l
l
mm
94
103
100
100
102
123
123
123

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.

10

100315 fulfills pressure class A in closed position.

11

Cleaning
By fully open the damper, one get access to the duct. Do
not forget to readjust the damper after cleaning.

12
13

End stop screws

Installation
Consider required straight distance after or before disturbance, as mentioned on page 252 and on the card attached
to the measurement nozzles, to obtain accurate flow measurement.

14
15
16

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DIRBU

17
18
284

160

24

LM

Product
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

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D
li
mm
130
130
130
130
130
185
185
185

l3
mm
235
249
262
268
289
315
341
350

m
kg
1,65
2,05
2,25
2,25
3,15
4,05
4,65
5,05

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Damper with flow meter

DIRBU

Technical data for the motors

1
Power supply.............................
Power consumption ..................
For wire sizing ...........................
Connection ................................
Operating angle.........................
Torque at rated voltage .............
Direction of rotation...................
Position indication .....................
Running time for 95 ................
Sound power level.....................
Protection class.........................
Protection type ..........................
Ambient temperature range ......
Ambient moisture ......................

LM 24 A
AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 19,228,8 V
1W
2 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 5 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RF

LM 230 A
AC 85265 V, 50/60 Hz
1,5 W
4 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 5 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
II Safety insulated
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RF

3
0
1

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

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Damper with flow meter

DIRVU

Dimensions

l3

d1

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

li

Description
The motor-driven damper DIRVU with flow meter is suitable
for systems where it should possible to vary the air flow.
Examples of such systems are conference rooms and public
areas. It fulfils tightness class C.
Maximum and minimum flow is set with the measurement
nozzles and are fixed with the two end stop screws on the
motor. A special mounting, measuring, balancing and maintenance instruction exists for this product.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.

d1
nom
100
125
150
160
200
250
300
315

D
nom
163
210
230
230
285
333
406
406

Cleaning
By fully open the damper, one get access to the duct. Do
not forget to readjust the damper after cleaning.

End stop screws

Installation
Consider required straight distance after or before disturbance, as mentioned on page 252 and on the card attached
to the measurement nozzles, to obtain accurate flow measurement.

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15
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DIRVU

17
18
286

l
mm
94
103
100
100
102
123
123
123

100315 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.

13

16

160

24

LM

Product
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

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D
li
mm
130
130
130
130
130
185
185
185

l3
mm
235
249
262
268
289
315
341
350

m
kg
1,60
2,00
2,20
2,20
3,10
3,95
4,55
4,95

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Damper with flow meter

DIRVU

Technical data for the motor

1
Power supply.............................
Power consumption ..................
For wire sizing ...........................
Connection ................................
Operating angle.........................
Torque at rated voltage .............
Direction of rotation...................
Position indication .....................
Running time for 95 ................
Sound power level.....................
Protection class.........................
Protection type ..........................
Ambient temperature range ......
Ambient moisture ......................

LM 24 A-SR
AC 24 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 24 V
1W
2 VA
Cable 1 m, 40,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 5 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RF

Y
U

DC 010 V
DC 210 V

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

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Shut-off damper with motor

DSUSN

Dimensions

1
2

d1

3
4

5
6
7

Description
Shut-off or regulating damper.
With internal Belimo-motor and blade combination type CM
D, with plastic blade, specially suitable where space is
limited.
The housing fulfills tightness class D.

8
9
10

For systems with low requirements at shut-off capacity.


With telescopic function, hence also suitable for simple
additional retrofitting.
Available with motors for 24 V DC and AC or 230 V AC (CM
.. L-D).
On-/Off- or 3-point regulation. For 24 V also available with
stepless regulation (CM 24 SR-LD).
Please look at www.belimo.com for motor data.

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Advantages

12
13
14

easy to complement
possible to install in the smallest spaces without the
need of extra space
ensured installation quality and hence tightness
through lip seals
in approx. 50 % of damper positions quieter than
other damper constructions
silent change of setting
possible to demount (telescopic function)
can also replace an inspection hatch

d1
nom
100
125
150
160

l
mm
250
250
250
250

l1
mm
40
40
40
40

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Product
Dimension d1

DSUSN

Sealing class
past closed
blade
2
2
2
2

galvanized body, tightness class D


body also available in stainless steel
working temperature range -30 to +50 C
max. humidity 95 %, not condensating
for use in systems of max. 1000 Pa
the air direction must be considered
maintenance free

Instructions for retrofitting


Duct cutting length 260 mm.
Must be able to slide 1 lengthwise.
To allow later disassembly the duct must not be provided with Click.

100

18
288

m
kg
0,75
0,94
1,12
1,20

Advantages

15
16

l2
mm
90
90
90
90

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Motorized shut-off damper

DTBU

Dimensions
115

90

107

d1

3
4
5

Description

Shut-off damper with electric motor LM 24 A-F or LM 230


A-F
Consists of a DTU damper with a 24 or 230 V electric motor
added.
The motor is controlled by a single-pole breaking contact.
The motor has overload protection and stops automatically
when the blade has reached its end stop. The stops can be
continually adjusted. Although the current is connected, the
motor is not damaged if blocked.

d1
nom
80
100
125
160
200
250
315

l
mm
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

m
kg
1,00
1,08
1,23
1,44
1,74
2,22
2,84

Sealing class past


closed blade
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

7
8
9

The spindle and motor can be disconnected from each other


via a release button on the motor housing.

10

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In outdoor installation, the motor should be protected from


direct UV radiation.
The motor is installed at a distance from the damper, which
makes it easy to insulate the ventilation duct.
Also the dampers DRU and DSU can be ordered with motor.

Product
Type
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

DTBU

125

24

LMF

11
12

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.
80315 fullfills pressure class C in closed position.

13

Technical data for the motors


Power supply ............................
Power consumption ..................
For wire sizing...........................
Connection................................
Operating angle ........................
Torque at rated voltage.............
Direction of rotation...................
Position indication.....................
Running time for 95 ................
Sound power level ....................
Protection class ........................
Protection type..........................
Ambient temperature range ......
Ambient moisture......................

LM 24 A-F
AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 19,228,8 V
1W
2 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 5 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RH

14

LM 230 A-F
AC 65265 V, 50/60 Hz
1,5 W
4 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 5 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
II Safety insulated
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RH

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0
1

16
17
18
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Motorized shut-off damper

DTBU

Dimensions

1
90

115

105

d1

3
4

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Description
Shut-off damper with electric motor NM 24 A-F or NM
230 A-F
Consists of a DTU damper with a 24 or 230 V electric motor
added.
The motor is controlled by a single-pole breaking contact.
The motor has overload protection and stops automatically
when the blade has reached its end stop. The stop can be
continually adjusted. Although the current is connected, the
motor is not damaged if blocked.
The spindle and motor can be disconnected from each other
via a release button on the motor housing.
In outdoor installation, the motor should be protected from
direct UV radiation.

d1
nom
400
500

l
mm
100
115

m
kg
4,59
7,29

Sealing class past


closed blade
4
4

Ordering example
Product
Type
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

DTBU

400

24

NMF

The motor is installed at a distance from the damper, which


makes it easy to insulate the ventilation duct.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
400500 fullfills pressure class B in closed position.

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Technical data for the motors

14
15
16
17
18
290

Power supply .............................


Power consumption ...................
For wire sizing ...........................
Connection ................................
Operating angle .........................
Torque at rated voltage .............
Direction of rotation ...................
Position indication .....................
Running time for 95 ................
Sound power level.....................
Protection class.........................
Protection type ..........................
Ambient temperature range ......
Ambient moisture ......................

NM 24 A-F
AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 19,228,8 V
1,5 W
3,5 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 10 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RH

NM 230 A-F
AC 85265 V, 50/60 Hz
2,5 W
6 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 10 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
II Safety insulated
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RH

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0
1

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Motorized shut-off damper

DTBU

Dimensions

230

105

120

d1

3
4
5

Description

Shut-off damper with electric motor SM 24 A or


SM 230 A
Consists of a DTU damper with a 24 or 230 V electric motor
added.
The motor is controlled by a single-pole breaking contact.
The motor has overload protection and stops automatically
when the blade has reached its end stop. The stop can be
continually adjusted. Although the current is connected, the
motor is not damaged if blocked.
The spindle and motor can be disconnected from each other
via a release button on the motor housing.

d1
nom
630

l
mm
115

m
kg
10,5

Sealing class past


closed blade
4

7
8

Ordering example
Product
Type
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

DTBU

630

24

SM

9
10

In outdoor installation, the motor should be protected from


direct UV radiation.
The motor is installed at a distance from the damper, which
makes it easy to insulate the ventilation duct.

11

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.

12

630 fullfills pressure class B in closed position.

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Technical data for the motors
Power supply ............................
Power consumption ..................
For wire sizing...........................
Connection................................
Operating angle ........................
Torque at rated voltage.............
Direction of rotation...................
Position indication.....................
Running time for 95 ................
Sound power level ....................
Protection class ........................
Protection type..........................
Ambient temperature range ......
Ambient moisture......................

SM 24 A
AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 19,228,8 V
2W
4 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 20 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RH

14

SM 230 A
AC 85265 V, 50/60 Hz
2,5 W
6 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 20 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
II Safety insulated
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RH

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0
1

16
17
18
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Motorized shut-off damper

DTBU

Dimensions

1
2
d1

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Description
Shut-off damper with electric motor GM 24 A or
GM 230 A
Consists of a DTU damper with a 24 or 230 V electric motor
added. 900 and 1000 has two motors.
The motor is controlled by a single-pole breaking contact.
The motor has overload protection and stops automatically
when the blade has reached its end stop. The stop can be
continually adjusted. Although the current is connected, the
motor is not damaged if blocked.
The spindle and motor can be disconnected from each other
via a release button on the motor housing.
In outdoor installation, the motor should be protected from
direct UV radiation.
The motor is installed at a distance from the damper, which
makes it easy to insulate the ventilation duct.

d1
nom
710
800
900
1000

l
mm
230
230
230
230

m
kg
19,9
22,4
31,0
36,0

Sealing class past


closed blade
4
4
4
4

DTBU

800

Ordering example
Product
Type
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

24

GM

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.
7101000 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.

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Technical data for the motors

14
Power supply ............................

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16
17
18
292

Power consumption ..................


For wire sizing...........................
Connection................................
Operating angle ........................
Torque at rated voltage.............
Direction of rotation...................
Position indication.....................
Running time for 95 ................
Sound power level ....................
Protection class ........................
Protection type..........................
Ambient temperature range ......
Ambient moisture......................

GM 24 A
AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 19,228,8 V
4,5 W
7 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 40 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 45 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
IP 54
-30 to +50 C
95 % RH

GM 230 A
AC 85265 V, 50/60 Hz
4,5 W
7 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 40 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 45 dB (A)
II Safety insulated
IP 54
-30 to +50 C
95 % RH

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0
1

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Motorized shut-off damper

DTBCU

Dimensions
115

90

134

2
3
d1

4
5

Description

Shut-off damper with spring return motor TF 24 or TF


230
Consists of a DTU damper with a 24 or 230 V electric motor
added.
The motor is controlled by a single-pole breaking contact.
The motor has overload protection and stops automatically
when the blade has reached its end stop. Although the current is connected, the motor is not damaged if blocked.

d1
nom

l
mm

24 V
m
kg

80

100

1,06

1,06

100

100

1,14

1,14

125

100

1,29

1,29

160

100

1,50

1,50

200

100

1,90

1,90

When system voltage is connected, the motor starts and tensions the return spring at the same time. The motor stops at
its end position and is not damaged by blockage, although
system voltage remains.
When the power is cut, the damper closes when the drive
motor freewheels and the return spring pulls the blade back
to its original position.
If you want the damper to open instead of close, you can
undo the two nuts on the spindle clamp, turn the spindle 90
and tighten the nuts again.

230 V
m
kg

Sealing class
past closed
blade

7
8
9
10
11
12

In outdoor installation, the motor should be protected from


direct UV radiation.
The motor is installed at a distance from the damper, which
makes it easy to insulate the ventilation duct.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.

13
14

80200 fullfills pressure class C in closed position.

15
16
Ordering example
DTBCU

200

24

TF

Product
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

17
18

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Motorized shut-off damper

DTBCU

Dimensions
230

1
135

105

d1

3
4
5
l

6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Description
Shut-off damper with spring return motor LF 24 or LF
230
Consists of a DTU damper with a 24 or 230 V electric motor
added.
The motor is controlled by a single-pole breaking contact.
The motor has overload protection and stops automatically
when the blade has reached its end stop. Although the current is connected, the motor is not damaged if blocked.

d1
nom

l
mm

24 V
m
kg

230 V
m
kg

Sealing class
past closed
blade

250

100

3,29

3,44

315

100

3,91

4,06

When system voltage is connected, the motor starts and tensions the return spring at the same time. The motor stops at
its end position and is not damaged by blockage, although
system voltage remains.
When the power is cut, the damper closes when the drive
motor freewheels and the return spring pulls the blade back
to its original position.
If you want the damper to open instead of close, you can
undo the two nuts on the spindle clamp, turn the spindle 90
and tighten the nuts again.
In outdoor installation, the motor should be protected from
direct UV radiation.

13
14

The motor is installed at a distance from the damper, which


makes it easy to insulate the ventilation duct.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
250315 fullfills pressure class C in closed position.

15
16
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17
18
294

DTBCU

250

24

LF

Product
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

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Motorized shut-off damper

DTBCU

Dimensions
400

105

230

135

d1

3
4
5
Description

When system voltage is connected, the motor starts and tensions the return spring at the same time. The motor stops at
its end position and is not damaged by blockage, although
system voltage remains.

500630
230

105

8
9
10

When the power is cut, the damper closes when the drive
motor freewheels and the return spring pulls the blade back
to its original position.

11

If you want the damper to open instead of close, you can


undo the two nuts on the spindle clamp, turn the spindle 90
and tighten the nuts again.
In outdoor installation, the motor should be protected from
direct UV radiation.

140

The motor is controlled by a single-pole breaking contact.


The motor has overload protection and stops automatically
when the blade has reached its end stop. Although the current is connected, the motor is not damaged if blocked.

d1

Shut-off damper with spring return motor SF 24A or SF


230A
Consists of a DTU damper with a 24 or 230 V electric motor
added.

l
d1
nom

12
l
mm

The motor is installed at a distance from the damper, which


makes it easy to insulate the ventilation duct.

400

100

500

115

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.

630

115

m
kg

Sealing class past


closed blade

6,32

8,74

10,5

13
14

400630 fullfills pressure class B in closed position.

15
16
Ordering example
DTBCU

400

24

SF

Product
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

17
18

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Motorized shut-off damper

DTBCU

Technical data for the motors

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Voltage range............................
Power consumption
during opening.......................
stand-by.................................
For wire sizing...........................
Connection ...............................
Operating angle, adjustable......
Torque at rated voltage
motor .....................................
return spring...........................
Direction of rotation ..................
Position indication ....................
Running time
motor .....................................
return spring...........................
Degree of protection.................
Ambient temperature range......

TF 24
2AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 21,628,8 V

TF 230
AC 85265 V, 50/60 Hz

2,5 W
1,5 W
5 VA
Cable 1 m, 20,75 mm2
Mech. limited to 95

2,5 W
1,5 W
5 VA
Cable 1 m, 20,75 mm2
Mech. limited to 95

Min. 2 Nm
Min. 2 Nm
Optional through right or
left-hand installation L/R
Mechanical

Min. 2 Nm
Min. 2 Nm
Optional through right or
left-hand installation L/R
Mechanical

< 75 s (02 Nm)


< 25 s
IP 42
-30 to +50C

< 75 s (02 Nm)


< 25 s
IP 42
-30 to +50C

LF 24
2AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 21,628,8 V

LF 230
AC 198264 V, 50/60 Hz

5W
2,5 W
7 VA
Cable 1 m, 20,75 mm2
Mech. limited to 95

5W
3W
7 VA
Cable 1 m, 20,75 mm2
Mech. limited to 95

Min. 4 Nm
Min. 4 Nm
Optional through right or
left-hand installation L/R
Mechanical

Min. 4 Nm
Min. 4 Nm
Optional through right or
left-hand installation L/R
Mechanical

4075 s (04 Nm)


app. 20 s

4075 s (04 Nm)


app. 20 s

max 50 dB (A)
app. 62 dB (A)
IP 54
-30 to +50C

max 50 dB (A)
app. 62 dB (A)
IP 54
-30 to +50C

L1

8
9
Voltage range............................

10
11
12
13
14
15

Power consumption
during opening.......................
stand-by.................................
For wire sizing...........................
Connection ...............................
Operating angle, adjustable......
Torque at rated voltage
motor .....................................
return spring...........................
Direction of rotation ..................
Position indication ....................
Running time
motor .....................................
return spring...........................
Sound power level
motor .....................................
return spring...........................
Degree of protection.................
Ambient temperature range......

16
17
18
296

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Motorized shut-off damper


Voltage range............................
Power consumption
during operation.....................
stand-by.................................
For wire sizing...........................
Connection ...............................
Operating angle, adjustable......
Torque at rated voltage
motor .....................................
spring bias .............................
Direction of rotation ..................
Position indication ....................
Running time
motor .....................................
return spring...........................
Sound power level
motor .....................................
return spring...........................
Degree of protection.................
Ambient temperature range......

DTBCU

SF 24A
SF 230A
AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz AC 195264 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 21,628,8 V

5W
2,5 W
7,5 VA
Cable 1 m, 20,75 mm2
Mech. limited to 95

6,5 W
3,5 W
18 VA
Cable 1 m, 20,75 mm2
Mech. limited to 95

Min. 20 Nm
Min. 20 Nm
Optional through right or
left-hand installation L/R
Mechanical

Min. 20 Nm
Min. 20 Nm
Optional through right or
left-hand installation L/R
Mechanical

75 s
20 s

75 s
20 s

45 dB (A)
62 dB (A)
IP 54
-30 to +50 C

45 dB (A)
62 dB (A)
IP 54
-30 to +50 C

3
4

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

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Shut-off damper,
fastrunning motor

DTFU
Dimensions

1
90

160

104

d1

3
4
100

5
6

Description
Shut-off damper with electric motor LMQ 24A or LMQ 24ASR.

7
8
9
10
11

Consists of a DTU damper with a 24 V electric motor added.


1) Motor LMQ 24A is a fast-running reversing on/off-motor,
suitable for extraction at working places where a fast
operation is wanted.
2) Motor LMQ 24A-SR is a fast-running modulating motor,
suitable for laboratory extraction where a fast change of
the air flow is wanted.

M
Nm

m
kg

Sealing class
past closed
blade

100

2,0

1,30

100

100

2,0

1,40

125

100

2,0

1,50

160

100

2,0

1,80

200

100

2,0

2,10

250

100

3,0

2,50

d1
nom

l
mm

80

The motors stops at its end position and is not damaged by


blockage, although system voltage remains.
In outdoor installations, the motor must be protected from
rain and direct UV radiation.
The motor is installed at a distance from the damper, which
makes it easy to insulate the ventilation duct.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.

12
13

80250 fullfills pressure class C in closed position.


The torque needed for motorizing is given in the adjacent
table.

14
15
16

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DTFU

17
18
298

125

24

LMQ 24A

Product
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

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Shut-off damper,
fastrunning motor

DTFU

Technical data for the motor

1
LMQ 24A
LMQ-SR 24A
AC 19,2-28,8 V, 50/60 Hz
AC 19,2-28,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 21,6-28,8 V
DC 21,6-28,8 V
13 W
12 W
23 VA
23 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm
Cable 1 m, 40,75 mm
Max. 95, adjustable 0-100 % Max. 95, adjustable 0-100 %
Min. 4 Nm
Min. 4 Nm
Switch selectable
Switch selectable
0
or 1
0
or 1
Mechanical
Mechanical
2,5 s
2,5 s
52 dB (A)
52 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
II Safety insulated
IP 54
IP 54
-30 to +40C
-30 to +40C
95 % RH
95 % RH

Power supply
Power consumption
For wire sizing
Connection
Operating angle
Torque at rated voltage
Direction of rotation
Position indication
Running time for 90
Sound power level
Protection class
Protection type
Ambient temperature range
Ambient moisture

2
3
4
5
6

+
Y
U

DC 010 V
DC 210 V

0
1

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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Shut-off damper with motor

DTBLU

Dimensions

1
64

130
42

d1

3
4

5
6
7

Description
Shut-off damper with electric motor CM 24 F or CM 230 F.
Consists of a DTU damper with a 24 or 230 V motor added.
Has a low height to fit at narrow spaces.
In outdoor installation, the motor should be protected from
direct UV radiation.

8
9

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.

d1
nom
80
100
125
150
160

l
mm
100
100
100
100
100

m
kg
0,50
0,58
0,73
0,83
0,94

Sealing class past


closed blade
4
4
4
4
4

Fulfills pressure class C in closed position.

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DTBLU

10

125

24

CMF

Product
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

11
12
13
Technical data for the motors

14
Power supply ............................

15
16
17
18
300

Power consumption ..................


For wire sizing...........................
Connection................................
Operating angle ........................
Torque at rated voltage.............
Direction of rotation...................
Position indication.....................
Running time for 90 ................
Sound power level ....................
Protection class ........................
Protection type..........................
Ambient temperature range ......
Ambient moisture......................

CM 24 F
AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 19,228,8 V
0,5 W
1 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Continously rotating
Min. 2 Nm
-L or -R
Mechanical, removable
75 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RF

CM 230 F
AC 65265 V, 50/60 Hz
1,5 W
3 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 2 Nm
-L or -R
Mechanical, removable
75 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
II Safety insulated
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RF

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0
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Shut-off damper with motor

DTBLU

Dimensions

1
64

120

75

d1

3
4
5

Description

Shut-off damper with electric motor LM 24 A-F or LM 230


A-F.
Consists of a DTU damper with a 24 or 230 V motor added.
Has a low height to fit at narrow spaces.
In outdoor installation, the motor should be protected from
direct UV radiation.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
Fulfills pressure class C in closed position.

d1
nom
80
100
125
150
160
200
250
315

l
mm
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

m
kg
0,79
0,87
1,02
1,12
1,23
1,53
2,01
2,63

Sealing class past


closed blade
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

7
8
9
10

Ordering example
DTBLU

125

24

LMF

Product
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

11
12
13

Technical data for the motors


Power supply ............................
Power consumption ..................
For wire sizing...........................
Connection................................
Operating angle ........................
Torque at rated voltage.............
Direction of rotation...................
Position indication.....................
Running time for 95 ................
Sound power level ....................
Protection class ........................
Protection type..........................
Ambient temperature range ......
Ambient moisture......................

LM 24 A-F
AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 19,228,8 V
1W
2 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 5 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RF

14

LM 230 A-F
AC 65265 V, 50/60 Hz
1,5 W
4 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 5 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
II Safety insulated
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RF

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15

0
1

16
17
18
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Motorized shut-off damper

DTPU

Dimensions
105

1
H

2
3

d1

4
5

Description

Shut-off damper with pneumatic actuator


Consists of a DTU damper with a pneumatic actuator installed. The actuator consists of a glass-reinforced polyamide housing with an internal rolling diaphragm to which the
spindle is fixed.

8
9
10

When air pressure rises, the actuator spindle is forced out


and operates the blade via a lever. When air pressure falls,
the actuator spindle retracts under the tension of the return
spring. The damper blade is closed when delivered, and the
actuator fully retracted.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.

d1
nom

l
mm

H
mm

B
mm

12
13

80

100

144

230

1,07

100

144

230

1,15

125

100

144

230

1,30

160

100

144

230

1,51

200

100

144

230

1,81

Technical data for the motors


AK 31 P
Air connection ..............................................
Volume of free air required for full stroke.....
Power pressure max ....................................
Ambient temperature range .........................
Weight ..........................................................

Nozzle 4 mm
0,3 ln
150 kPa (1,5 bar)
-5 to +60C
0,3 kg

Running time 0 90
At power pressure 90 kPa..........................
At power pressure 150 kPa..........................
At spring return ............................................

10 s
1s
2s

14
15
16
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18
302

DTPU

200

Sealing class
past closed
blade

100

80200 fullfills pressure class C in closed position.

11

m
kg

AK31

Product
Dimension d1
Motor type

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Motorized shut-off damper

DTPU

Dimensions
B

105

d1

3
4
5
l

Description
Shut-off damper with pneumatic actuator
Consists of a DTU damper with a pneumatic actuator installed. The actuator consists of a glass-reinforced polyamide housing with an internal rolling diaphragm to which the
spindle is fixed.
When air pressure rises, the actuator spindle is forced out
and operates the blade via a lever. When air pressure falls,
the actuator spindle retracts under the tension of the return
spring. The damper blade is closed when delivered, and the
actuator fully retracted.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
250315 fullfills pressure class C in closed position.

Sealing class
past closed
blade

d1
nom

l
mm

H
mm

B
mm

m
kg

250

100

160

230

2,39

315

100

160

230

3,01

7
8

Technical data for the motors

AK 41 P
Air connection ..............................................
Volume of free air required for full stroke.....
Power pressure max ....................................
Ambient temperature range .........................
Weight ..........................................................

1/8
0,5 ln
150 kPa (1,5 bar)
-10 to +70C
0,5 kg

Running time 0 90
At power pressure 90 kPa..........................
At power pressure 150 kPa..........................
At spring return ............................................

10 s
1s
2s

10
11
12
13
14
15
16

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DTPU

250

AK41

Product
Dimension d1
Motor type

17
18

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Motorized shut-off damper

DTPU

Dimensions
105

2
3
d1

4
5
6

Description

Shut-off damper with pneumatic actuator


Consists of a DTU damper with a pneumatic actuator installed. The actuator consists of a glass-reinforced polyamide housing with an internal rolling diaphragm to which the
spindle is fixed.

8
9
10

When air pressure rises, the actuator spindle is forced out


and operates the blade via a lever. When air pressure falls,
the actuator spindle retracts under the tension of the return
spring. The damper blade is closed when delivered, and the
actuator fully retracted.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.

l
Sealing class
past closed
blade

d1
nom

l
mm

H
mm

B
mm

m
kg

400

100

195

325

5,42

500

115

195

325

7,84

630

115

195

325

10,6

Technical data for the motors

400630 fullfills pressure class B in closed position.


AK 42 P

11
12
13

Air connection ..............................................


Volume of free air required for full stroke.....
Power pressure max ....................................
Ambient temperature range .........................
Weight ..........................................................

1/8
1,7 ln
150 kPa (1,5 bar)
-10 to +70C
1,4 kg

Running time 0 90
At power pressure 90 kPa..........................
At power pressure 150 kPa..........................
At spring return ............................................

10 s
1s
2s

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16
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18
304

DTPU

400

AK42

Product
Dimension d1
Motor type

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Cleaning regulating
damper

PSDRU
Dimensions

1
140
d3

100

2
3

4
5

Description
Cleaning regulating damper
Consists of a KCU cleaning cover with a blade without rubber gasket similar to the DRU and a PSU collar saddle in
whose branch the cleaning cover is fixed.
The branch is provided with a Safe seal.
Since it is easy to remove the cleaning cover together with
the blade, it is easy to inspect and clean the ventilation system. The original pressure balance in the system is not
affected since the blade and cleaning cover retain their
mutual positions which they were given during balancing.
The damper can be used to advantage, to complete an
existing ventilation system.

d
nom

d3
nom

H
mm

m
kg

Sealing class past


closed blade

100

100

100

0,70

125

125

105

0,95

160

160

110

1,30

200

200

110

1,75

250

250

120

2,60

315

315

120

3,80

400

400

175

5,70

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.

6
7
8
9
10
11

100400 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.

12
13
14
15
16

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PSDRU

160

Product
Dimension d

17
18
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Cleaning regulating
damper

TDRU
Dimensions

140
d3

100

d1

3
4
5
6
7

Description
Cleaning regulating damper
Consists of a KCU cleaning cover with a blade without rubber gasket similar to the DRU and a TCPU T-piece in whose
branch the cleaning cover is fixed.

The branch is provided with a Safe seal.

Since it is easy to remove the cleaning cover together with


the blade, it is easy to inspect and clean the ventilation system. The original pressure balance in the system is not
affected since the blade and cleaning cover retain their
mutual positions which they were given during balancing.

10
11

d1
nom

d3
nom

l
mm

H
mm

m
kg

Sealing class
past closed
blade

100

100

130

100

0,71

125

125

165

105

1,28

160

160

209

110

1,80

200

200

249

110

2,80

250

250

296

120

3,51

315

315

363

120

4,03

400

400

510

175

9,30

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.
100400 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.

12
13
14
15
16

Ordering example
TDRU

17

160

Product
Dimension d1

18
306

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Cleaning shut-off damper

TDSU

Dimensions

140
d3

100

d1

3
4
5

Description
Cleaning shut-off damper
Consists of a KCU cleaning cover with a blade with rubber
gasket and a TCPU T-piece in whose branch the cleaning
cover is fixed.
The branch is provided with a Safe seal.
Since it is easy to remove the cleaning cover together with
the blade, it is easy to inspect and clean the ventilation system. The original pressure balance in the system is not
affected since the blade and cleaning cover retain their
mutual positions which they were given during balancing.

d1
nom

d3
nom

l
mm

H
mm

m
kg

100
125
160
200
250
315
400

100
125
160
200
250
315
400

130
165
209
249
296
363
510

100
105
110
110
120
120
175

0,75
1,33
2,00
2,80
3,71
4,33
9,90

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.

Sealing class
past closed
blade
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

7
8
9
10

100400 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.

11
12
13
14
15
16

Ordering example
TDSU

160

Product
Dimension d1

17
18
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Alternating shut-off
damper

TASU
Dimensions

d1

70

1
2
3

l
d3

l3

4
5
6
7
8

Description
Alternating shut-off damper
Consists of an extended T-piece and two linked DSU dampers.
Can be used for "by pass" ducts. It thereby replaces two
conventional dampers + two couplings + one T-piece and is
2030% shorter.

9
10

d3
nom

l
mm

l3
mm

100

100

280

65

1,10

125

125

345

83

1,50

160

160

385

105

2,00

200

200

425

125

2,80

250

250

520

150

4,10

315

315

585

182

5,90

400

400

645

225

8,30

11
12
13
14
15

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.
100400 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.

16

Ordering example
TASU

17

160

160

Product
Dimension d1
Dimension d3

18
308

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m
kg

Sealing
class past
closed blade

d1
nom

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Alternating shut-off
damper

TATU
Dimensions

d1

70

1
2
3

l
d3

l3

4
5
6

Description
Alternating shut-off damper
Consists of an extended T-piece and two linked DTU dampers.
Can be used for "by pass" ducts. It thereby replaces two
conventional dampers + two couplings + one T-piece and is
2030% shorter.

m
kg

Sealing
class past
closed blade

d1
nom

d3
nom

l
mm

l3
mm

100

100

280

65

1,20

125

125

345

83

1,60

160

160

385

105

2,20

200

200

425

125

3,15

250

250

520

150

4,50

315

315

585

182

6,60

400

400

645

225

9,80

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.

15

100400 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.

16

Ordering example
TATU

160

160

Product
Dimension d1
Dimension d3

17
18
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Motorized alternating shut-off


damper

TATBU

Dimensions
105

d1

2
3
l
d3

6
7
8
9

l3

5
Description
Alternating shut-off damper with electric motor NM 24
A-F or NM 230 A-F
Consists of an extended T-piece with two linked DTU dampers and a 24 or 230 V electric motor installed.
Can be used for "by pass" ducts. This means that it replaces
two conventional dampers + two couplings + one T-piece
and is 2030% shorter.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
100400 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.

10

Ordering example

11

Product
Type
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

TATBU

400

24

Sealing
class past
closed blade

d1
nom

d3
nom

l
mm

l3
mm

m
kg

100

100

280

65

2,00

125

125

345

83

2,40

160

160

385

105

3,00

200

200

425

125

3,90

250

250

520

150

5,20

315

315

585

182

7,40

400

400

645

225

10,6

NMF

12
Technical data for the motors

13
Power supply .............................

14
15
16
17

Power consumption ...................


For wire sizing ...........................
Connection ................................
Operating angle .........................
Torque at rated voltage .............
Direction of rotation ...................
Position indication .....................
Running time for 95 ................
Sound power level.....................
Protection class.........................
Protection type ..........................
Ambient temperature range ......
Ambient moisture ......................

NM 24 A-F
AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 19,228,8 V
1,5 W
3,5 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 10 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RH

NM 230 A-F
AC 85265 V, 50/60 Hz
2,5 W
6 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 10 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
II Safety insulated
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RH

18
310

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1

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Motorized alternating
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TASU, TATU,
TATBU

Technical data

The dashed pressure drop curves refer to the flow direction in the right picture.

2
3
0

40

31

0
25
0

20

0
16

300
200

12

10

[Pa]

[mm]

100
50

pt

6
7

10
5

8
9

1
10

50
50

100

100

500
500

1000

1000

2000 [l/s]

5000

[m3/h]

10

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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1
Disturbance tolerance
In order to achieve the stated accuracy for the pre-set flow a
straight distance of at least 3d before and at least 1,5d
after the units are required. A mounting close to a source of
disturbance (bend, saddle etc.) decreases the regulation
accuracy and the flow may deverge from the set value.

Summary

DAU - manual single flow unit


DA2EU - motorized twin flow unit
DAVU - motorized variable flow unit

Diameters 80315
Flow range 15830 l/s (542988 m/h)
Pressure range 501000 Pa (over the unit)

Independent of mounting direction


Handles 50 mm duct insulation

5
6
7
8
9

Function
The constant flow damper is an automatic damper, which at
varying pressures wholly mechanical and independent of
external energy sources maintains a set flow constant. The
force, needed for regulation, is taken from the passing air
stream. The air stream across the blade attempts to close it
and generates a closing torque. This is balanced by an
opposed opening force from a spring. The greater the pressure across the blade the more it closes. A bellow eliminates
oscillations, which could occur at unfavourable conditions
of operation.
Types
The following types exists:
DAU one flow unit with knob and arrow for manual setting of one flow.

Change of direction
The units are independent of their mounting direction and
one may deviate from the specified direction and mount
them in any direction without affecting the accuracy.
Combinations
The units can be mounted together with e.g. a motorized
shut off damper DTBU, see page side 289. Constant flow
damper combined with shut off damper can with advantage
be used in groups at installations where you want:
two flows, that lies too far away from each other for a two
flow unit to handle
or
more than two flows
Presume: Basic flow
Forced flow 1
Forced flow 2

= 80 l/s
= 100 l/s
= 150 l/s

Four flows will then be posssible: 80, 180, 230 and 330 l/s.

DA2EU two flows unit with electric motor for switching


between two flows.

10

DAVU variable flow unit with electric motor for continuous setting of one flow.

11

Material
Housing and damper blade are of galvanized sheet metal
and shaft is of stainless steel.

12

Temperature
Working range: +5 to +70 C.

13
14
15
16
17

Insulation
The units can handle 50 mm duct insulation without the
scale or the motor being hidden.
DAU is available with an 45 mm external insulation and an
outer sheet metal shell for lower sound radiation to the surroundings. Is then called DALU.
Regulating accuracy
The units are calibrated from factory within their whole
working range. In this the units keep the flow constant within
approximately 5 to 10% of the set flow. Greater deviations occur at the lower flows, aspecially for small sizes.
Flow setting
The units can not be delivered from factory with a preset
flow. You can set the flow yourself very easy following to the
instruction for each product.

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Basic flow
Forced flow 1
Forced flow 2

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Technical data

Pressure and flow ranges and sound to duct

100

v
5

[Pa]

Sound power 52
level [dB]

52

49

LWA

pt

300

2k

4k

8k

49

51

51

46

[m/s]

10

55

45

100
50

40
20

7
30

65

60

40

50

150

60
200
q

70
250

80

90 95 [l/s]

300

[m/h]

9
[m/s]

10

10

1000
900

[dB]

800

75

70

65

[dB]

11

LWA

800

700

700

600

pt

pt

200

125

LWA

500

12

600
500

50
400

60

13

55

14

400

300

100
50

6
50

[Pa]

900

55

400

v
5

500

1000

200

600

100

80
[Pa]

60

900

700

1k

49

3
[dB]

65

800

Example
Given:
Diameter
125 mm
Flow
70 l/s
Pressure drop
200 Pa
The graph gives:
A-weighted sound
power level approx. 57 dB
The table gives:
Sound power level as below

63 125 250 500

[m/s]

1000

The graphs show A-weighted sound power level, LWA [dB],


to duct. These curvs are intended for brief comparision. For
more accurate calculation, please use the tables.

Centre frequency [Hz]

10

300

45

200
40
15 20

30
100

40
150
q

50

60
200

70 [l/s]

100
50

50
45
40 50 60 70 80 90 100

125

150 165 [l/s]

250 [m/h]

200

300

400
q

500

[m/h]

15
16
17
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Technical data
Pressure and flow ranges and sound to duct

160

250

v
5

[Pa]

10

[m/s]

1000

900
800

[dB]

70

LWA

pt

pt

700

600

400

60

55

200

50
40 50

65

400
300

200
100
50

600
500

300

75

200

100

300

125

400

150 175

500

600

100
50

200 220 [l/s]


[m/h]

700

60
55
50
45
110
200

300

200
5

[Pa]

10

1500

600 [l/s]

500

2000

[m/h]

10

[m/s]

315

10

[m/s]

[Pa]

1000

1000

75

900

11

400

400 600 800 1000

[dB]

LWA

800

65

500

[m/s]

75

900

70

700

10

1000
75

v
5

[Pa]

900

LWA

70

800

[dB]

75

[dB]

LWA

800
70

700

pt

12

600

700
600

65

13

pt

500
400

500

65

400

60
300

14
15

200

55

50
100
45
50
70 100
300 400

16

150
600

200

250

800

300
1000

350 [l/s]
1200

[m/h]

300

60

200

55

100
50

50
45
200

300
1000

500

1500

18
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600

2000
q

17

314

400

700
2500

800 [l/s]
[m/h]

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Technical data
Sound to duct

Sound power level, LW [dB], to duct in octave bands 18,


638000 Hz, as function of diameter, pressure drop and flow.

3
4

d1

Pressure
drop
[Pa]
63

125

Velocity app. 2,5 [m/s]

Velocity app. 6 [m/s]

Centre frequency [Hz]

Centre frequency [Hz]

250

500

1k

2k

4k

8k

63

125

250

Flow 15 [l/s]

5
80

1000
500
200
100
50

51
45
37
32
26

49
43
35
30
24

44
38
30
25
19

44
38
30
25
19

46
40
32
27
21

49
43
35
30
24

100

1000
500
200
100
50

56
49
39
34
26

53
46
37
31
24

48
41
31
26
18

48
41
31
26
18

50
43
33
28
20

53
47
37
32
24

49
43
35
30
24

44
38
30
25
19

56
51
45
41

56
51
45
41

53
49
43
39

125

10

1000
500
200
100
50

60
54
46
40
34

58
52
44
38
32

52
46
38
32
26

52
46
38
32
26

54
48
40
34
28

58
52
44
38
32

54
47
37
32
24

48
42
32
27
19

59
54
47
42

59
54
47
42

57
51
44
39

160

12
13

1000
500
200
100
50

62
56
49
43
37

59
53
46
40
34

52
47
39
33
27

58
52
44
38
32

53
47
39
33
27

64
59
52
46

64
59
52
46

62
56
49
44

200

1000
500
200
100
50

66
59
50
43
37

63
56
47
40
34

57
50
41
34
28

59
53
46
40
34

60
54
47
41
35

54
48
41
35
29

67
61
53
48

67
61
53
48

57
50
41
34
28

59
53
43
36
30

63
57
47
40
34

250

1000
500
200
100
50

67
60
50
43
35

64
57
47
40
32

59
51
41
34
26

59
51
41
34
26

61
53
43
36
28

65
57
47
40
32

63
57
47
40
34

58
52
42
35
29

69
62
54
47

69
62
54
47

66
60
51
45

315

69
61
50
42
35

66
58
47
40
32

60
52
41
34
26

60
52
41
34
26

62
54
44
36
29

66
58
48
40
33

53
49
43
39

55
51
45
41

55
50
44
40

50
46
40
35

57
51
44
39

57
51
45
40

59
53
47
42

58
53
46
41

53
48
41
36

62
57
49
44

62
57
49
44

64
59
51
46

63
58
51
45

59
53
46
40

65
59
51
46

65
59
51
46

67
61
53
48

66
60
52
47

61
55
47
42

66
60
51
45

66
60
52
45

68
62
54
47

68
61
53
46

63
57
48
42

69
62
54
48
42

64
57
49
43
37

69
63
55
49

65
59
50
44

Flow 300 [l/s]


65
57
47
40
33

60
52
42
35
27

70
63
55
49
43

70
63
55
49
43

67
61
53
47
40

Flow 170 [l/s]


1000
500
200
100
50

53
49
43
39

Flow 180 [l/s]

68
61
53
47
41

67
61
53
47
40

69
63
54
48
42

Flow 470 [l/s]


67
59
48
40
33

61
53
43
35
28

70
64
56
50

70
64
56
50

18
315

65
59
51
46

Flow 110 [l/s]

16
17

55
49
42
36
30

8k

Flow 120 [l/s]

Flow 70 [l/s]

14
15

52
47
39
33
27

4k

Flow 70 [l/s]

Flow 40 [l/s]

11

2k

Flow 45 [l/s]

Flow 30 [l/s]

1k

Flow 30 [l/s]

Flow 20 [l/s]

500

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

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62
54
47

68
62
54
47

68
62
54
47

70
64
56
49

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Technical data

Sound to duct

Sound power level, LW [dB], to duct in octave bands 18,


638000 Hz, as function of diameter, pressure drop and flow.

d1

Pressure
drop
[Pa]
63

125

Velocity app. 9 [m/s]

Velocity app. 12 [m/s]

Centre frequency [Hz]

Centre frequency [Hz]

250

500

1k

2k

4k

8k

63

125

250

Flow 45 [l/s]

80

1000
500
200
100
50

58
55
50

59
56
51

59
55
51

59
55
51

58
54
50

59
55
51

100

61
56
51
47

62
58
52
48

61
57
51
47

62
57
51
47

61
56
50
46

62
57
51
47

58
54
50

53
50
45

61
59
55

64
61
58

65
62
59

125

66
61
54
50

67
62
55
51

67
62
55
50

67
62
55
50

66
61
54
49

67
62
55
50

61
56
50
46

56
51
46
42

62
59
53

64
60
55

65
61
56

160

69
63
55
50

70
64
56
51

69
63
56
50

69
63
56
50

68
62
55
49

69
63
56
50

66
61
54
49

61
56
49
45

68
63
57

71
66
59

71
66
60

200

70
64
56
50

71
65
57
51

71
64
56
50

71
64
56
50

70
63
55
49

71
64
56
50

68
62
55
49

64
58
50
45

70
64
56
51

71
66
58
52

71
66
58
52

250

71
65
57
51

72
66
58
52

71
65
57
52

71
65
57
52

70
64
56
51

71
65
57
52

70
63
55
49

65
59
51
45

71
65
57
51

73
67
58
53

73
67
59
53

315

71
66
58
52

72
67
59
53

72
66
59
53

72
66
59
53

71
65
58
52

72
66
59
53

63
60
57

63
60
57

61
59
55

57
55
51

65
61
56

63
59
54

63
60
54

62
58
53

58
54
49

72
67
60

70
65
58

70
65
58

68
63
57

64
59
52

71
66
58
52

70
64
57
51

71
65
57
52

69
64
56
50

65
59
52
46

73
67
59
53

72
65
57
52

72
66
58
52

71
65
56
51

67
60
52
47

5
6
7
8
9
10

70
64
56
51

66
60
52
46

72
66
58
54

73
68
60
55

74
69
61
56

74
69
61
56

72
67
59
54

73
67
59
55

71
66
58
53

67
62
54
49

71
66
58

67
61
54

Flow 830 [l/s]


71
65
58
52

66
61
53
47

72
66
59

73
67
60

73
67
60

73
68
60

72
66
59

73
67
60

11
12
13
14

Flow 600 [l/s]

Flow 700 [l/s]


1000
500
200
100
50

65
62
59

Flow 360 [l/s]

Flow 450 [l/s]


1000
500
200
100
50

8k

Flow 220 [l/s]

Flow 280 [l/s]


1000
500
200
100
50

4
4k

Flow 165 [l/s]

Flow 180 [l/s]


1000
500
200
100
50

2k

Flow 95 [l/s]

Flow 110 [l/s]


1000
500
200
100
50

1k

Flow 70 [l/s]

Flow 70 [l/s]
1000
500
200
100
50

500

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16
17
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Pressure and flow ranges and sound to the surroundings

100

v
5

[Pa]

10

1000

55

800

The graphs show A-weighted sound power level, LWA [dB],


to the surroundings.
125 mm
70 l/s
200 Pa

300

40 dB

100
50

10

pt

40

50

150

125

60
200

55 [dB]

50

LWA

250

80

90 95 [l/s]

300

10

[m/s]

700

[dB]

55

900

LWA

11
45

600

12

500

13

300
200 35

500

14

100 30
50 25
40 50 60 70 80 90 100

400
30
300

200

300

150 165 [l/s]


400

500

[m/h]

15

25

100 20
50
15 20

10

50

400 40
35

[m/h]

v
5

[Pa]

pt

45

70

1000

[m/s]

600

200

30

1000

700

20

800

40

20

100

800

30

200 25

Still lower sound pressure level can be achieved with additional constructional sound attension measures (false ceiling, high room attenuation).

900

500 35
400

With insulation shell around the unit (the DALU unit) the Aweighted sound pressure level in the mittle of the room
becomes appox. 26 dB lower than the graph values on condition that also the connected ducts are attenuated (insulated) to the same extent.

[Pa]

600

The A-weighted sound pressure level in the mittle of the


room becomes approx. 8 dB lower than these graph values.

80

3
LWA

40

700
pt

Example:
Given:
Diameter
Flow
Pressure drop
The graph gives:
A-weighted sound
power level approx.

[dB]

50

45

900

[m/s]

16
30
100

40

50

150

60
200

70 [l/s]
250 [m/h]

17

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2

Technical data
Pressure and flow ranges and sound
to the surroundings

160
5

[Pa]

250

v
[m/s]

10

[Pa]

1000
60

[dB]

900
LWA

55

50

700

pt

pt

500

500
400

45

300
200

300
40

200

35
100
30
50
40 50 75

200

100 125 150

300

400

500

[m/h]

700

10

400

315

v
5

[Pa]

[m/s]

10

1500

LWA

55

[m/s]

[dB]

65
LWA

800
700
pt

pt

10

60

900

50

600

500

500

400

400
45

300

200 40

200

100 35
50
70 100

100
50

300

[m/h]

[dB]

700
600

2000

1000

800

12

600 [l/s]

[Pa]

900

11

500

60

300 400

150

200

600

800

250

300

1000

350 [l/s]
1200

[m/h]

55

50

45
40
35
200

300
1000

400

500

1500

18
We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

600

2000
q

17

318

300

400 600 800 1000

1000

16

40

100 35
50 30
110
200

175 200 220 [l/s]


600

45

200

15

600
50

400

14

[dB]

LWA

800

600

13

65

60

900

800
700

[m/s]

10

1000
55

v
5

700
2500

800 [l/s]
[m/h]

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Constant-/variable flow damper

DAU

Dimensions

1
2
65

B
122

d1

3
4
l

5
Description
Constant flow damper with manual setting of one flow
DAU is a constant flow damper, which facilitates balancing
of ventilation systems and gives correct flow from the start.
The unit compensates for e.g. connection and disconnection
of system parts, clogging of filters and ducts, thermal lift
forces, wind effects, window opening etc.
80315 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.
Fulfils tightness class C.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.

d1
nom
80
100
125
160
200
250
315

l
mm
246
246
246
246
246
284
334

B
mm
122
122
135
170
210
260
325

DAU is available with an 45 mm external insulation and an


outer sheet metal shell for lower sound radiation to the surroundings. Is then called DALU.

Technical data
Flow setting

122

Scale arrow

Ordering example
DAU
Product
Dimension d1

125

8
9
10
11
12

Center nut

20

The flow is set by loosing the center nut and via the knob
turning the scale arrow so it points at the wanted flow on the
scale. Then the center nut is tightened.

Tightness class
across closed
blade
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

m
kg
1,35
1,40
1,65
1,85
2,26
3,35
4,75

d1
nom
80
100
125
160
200
250
315

l
mm
246
246
246
246
246
284
334

13

B
mm
170
190
215
250
290
340
405

m
kg
2,35
2,50
2,90
3,45
4,06
6,05
8,60

Tightness class
across closed
blade
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

14
15
16
17
18

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Constant-/variable flow damper

DA2EU

Dimensions

1
B

130

d1

3
4

5
6

Description
Constant flow damper with electric motor for switching
between two flows

7
8
9
10
11
12

DA2EU is a constant flow damper, which facilitates


balancing of ventilation systems and gives correct flow from
the start. The unit compensates for e.g. connection and
disconnection of system parts, clogging of filters and ducts,
thermal lift forces, wind effects, window opening etc. The
motors shall be completed with a switch. The switch can in
turn be controlled either manually with timer, with on/offthermostat, with attendance transmitter or similar.
80315 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.
Fulfils tightness class C.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.

The two flows are set


by moving the end
End stop screws
stoppers screws.

BELIMO

13
14

Technical data for the motors

16
17
18
320

Power consumption ..................


For wire sizing ...........................
Connection ................................
Operating angle.........................
Torque at rated voltage .............
Direction of rotation...................
Position indication .....................
Running time for 95 ................
Sound power level.....................
Protection class.........................
Protection type ..........................
Ambient temperature range ......
Ambient moisture ......................

B
mm
122
122
135
170
210
260
325

m
kg
1,95
2,00
2,25
2,45
2,86
3,95
5,35

Tightness class
across closed
blade
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Ordering example
125

24

LM

Product
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

Made in Switzerland

At delivery the
screws are set at
largest possible
distance.

15

l
mm
246
246
246
246
246
284
334

DA2EU

Flow setting

Power supply.............................

d1
nom
80
100
125
160
200
250
315

LM230A

LM 24 A
AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 19,228,8 V
1W
2 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 5 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RH

LM 230 A
AC 85265 V, 50/60 Hz
1,5 W
4 VA
Cable 1 m, 30,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100%
Min. 5 Nm
Switch selectable
0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
Max. 35 dB (A)
II Safety insulated
IP 54
-30 to +50C
95 % RH

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

0
0

1
1

3
2

3
2

10

10

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Constant-/variable flow damper

DAVU

Dimensions

1
B

130

d1

3
4
l

5
Description
Constant flow damper with electric motor for continuous
setting of one flow
DAVU is a constant flow damper, which facilitates balancing
of ventilation systems and gives correct flow from the start.
The unit compensates for e.g. connection and disconnection
of system parts, clogging of filters and ducts, thermal lift
forces, wind effects, window opening etc. The motor shall be
completed with control signal transmitter e.g. an external potentiometer or a proportionally regulating thermostat. A special mounting, measuring, balancing and maintenance
instruction exists for this product.
80315 fullfills pressure class A in closed position.
Fulfils tightness class C.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.

d1
nom
80
100
125
160
200
250
315

l
mm
246
246
246
246
246
284
334

B
mm
122
122
135
170
210
260
325

1,95
2,00
2,25
2,45
2,86
3,95
5,35

DAVU

125

24

Power consumption ....................


For wire sizing ............................
Connection .................................
Operating angle ..........................
Torque at nominal voltage ..........
Direction of rotation ....................
Position at Y=0 V........................
Position indication.......................
Running time for 90 ..................
Sound power level ......................
Protection class ..........................
Protection type............................
Ambient temperature range........
Ambient humidity ........................

8
9

LMSX

11
12
13

Technical data for the motors


LM 24 A-SX
AC 19,228,8 V, 50/60 Hz
DC 21,628,8 V
2W
4 VA
Cable 1 m, 40,75 mm2
Max. 95, adjustable 0100 %
Min. 5 Nm
Switch selectable 0/1
Switch selectable 0
or 1
Mechanical
150 s
35 dB (A)
III Safety extra-low voltage
IP 54
-30 to +50 C
95 % RH

10

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Product
Dimension d1
Voltage
Motor type

Power supply ..............................

Tightness class
across closed
blade
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

m
kg

14

Y
U

DC 010 V
DC 210 V

15
16
17
18

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Regulating damper

LKSR
Dimensions

2
3
4

5
6

Description

Rectangular regulating damper


Consists of a duct with trapezoid corrugations and a turning
blade. Blade angle can be adjusted 090 using the knob in
the cup, and blade angle is read from an embossed scale on
the edge of the cup. Locking is done by two Pozidriv screws
(PZD2).

8
9
10

The damper is provided with a joining profile at each end.


The length is normally b + 10, but the damper can also be
ordered in special lengths.
The cup allows an insulation thickness of 50 mm. If thicker
insulation is needed, add the special insulation cup IK to the
damper.
Maximum size for the damper is 600 600 mm.
LKSR is equipped with joining profile type RJFP.

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
322

Ordering example
LKSR 500
Product
Side in mm
a
Knob side in mm
b
Normal length in mm
l = b+10

300

310

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Damper

DRUI
Dimensions

d1

2
3
4
l

5
Description

25 mm insulation.

Regulating damper, insulated.


Technical data according to DRU.

d1
nom

l
mm

m
kg

Sealing
class past
closed blade

100

100

1,00

125

100

1,10

150

100

1,30

160

100

1,40

200

100

1,80

250

100

2,50

300

100

2,90

315

100

3,10

355

100

3,60

400

100

4,30

450

115

5,30

500

115

6,20

7
8
9
10
11
12

50 mm insulation.

Ordering example
DRUI
Product
Dimension d1
Insulation 25/50

250

25

d1
nom

l
mm

m
kg

Sealing
class past
closed blade

13

100

100

1,10

125

100

1,30

14

150

100

1,60

160

100

1,70

200

100

2,20

250

100

2,80

300

100

3,20

315

100

3,40

355

100

4,00

400

100

4,70

450

115

5,80

500

115

6,50

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15
16
17
18
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Sliding damper manual

SKMTR

Dimensions
d

80 200

3
4
H1

H2

Description

Manual shut-off sliding damper with transfer joint


The damper meets the requirements for tightness class 4 at
pressure class C.

224 400

The damper meets the requirements for tightness class C


only in fully closed or fully opened position.

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.

9
10

H1 = H2

11
12
13
14
15
16

Ordering example
SKMTR

17

Product
Dimension d

200

d
nom
80
100
125
140
150
160
180
200
224 *
250 *
300 *
315 *
350 *
400 *

H1
mm
250
290
340
390
390
410
490
490
585
585
730
730
800
905

* Has through blade

18
324

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H2
mm
330
390
465
530
540
570
670
690
809
835
1030
1045
1150
1305

B
mm
160
180
205
230
230
240
280
280
345
370
420
435
470
520

l
mm
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
165
165
165
165
165
165

m
kg
2,70
3,00
3,60
4,50
4,50
4,70
5,60
5,60
10,2
12,2
18,1
19,0
22,5
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Sliding damper pneumatic

SKPTR

Dimensions

3
4
H1

H2

Description
Pneumatic shut-off sliding damper with transfer joint
The damper meets the requirements for tightness class 4 at
pressure class C.
The damper meets the requirements for tightness class C
only in fully closed or fully opened position.
Pressurized air cylinder with mounted regulation valve is
included.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
SPZZ pinch protection available as accessories.

Technical data
Cylinder
Power pressure, normal ............
............................
Ambient temperature range ......
Working fluid ............................
Solenoid valve
Power pressure ........................
Ambient temperature ................
Power supply, standard ............
............................
Power tolerance .......................
Power requirements .................
Protection class ........................
Insulation class .........................
Air connection ..........................

0,6 MPa (6 bar)


, max1,0 MPa (10 bar)
-20 C (dry air) to +80 C
Air, clean and dry

d
nom
80
100
125
140
150
160
180
200
224
250
300
315
350
400

*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*

H1
mm
250
290
340
390
390
410
490
490
585
585
730
730
800
905

H2
mm
330
390
465
530
540
570
670
690
809
835
1030
1045
1150
1305

B
mm
160
180
205
230
230
240
280
280
345
370
420
435
470
520

* Provided with 2 compressed air cylinders

max 7 bar
max +50 C
220 V~
, special 24 V~ or 24 V10 %
appr. 5 W
IP 65
B
Quick release for 6 mm
hose

l
mm
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
165
165
165
165
165
165

m
kg
3,00
3,30
4,00
5,00
5,00
5,20
6,20
6,20
11,3
13,5
20,1
21,1
25,0
29,0

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Ordering example
SKPTR

200

Product
Dimension d

17
18
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Air stream operated damper

CARU

Dimensions

d1

2
3
4
l

5
6
7
8

Description
The damper is used where you want an efficient closing at a
standstill fan. The air stream operated damper is equipped
with springs, which automatically close the damper when
the fan stops.
The housing is manufactured of galvanized sheet metal. The
butterfly blade is manufactured of aluminium.
[Pa]

d1
nom
100
125
160
200
250
315

500
100
315

10

125 160
100
pt

200

11
12

250

50

10
10

20

50

100

500

1000 2000 [l/s]

13
14
15
16

Ordering example

17

Product
Dimension d1

CARU

160

18
326

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

l
mm
60
60
60
60
120
120

m
kg
0,35
0,40
0,60
0,90
1,45
1,82

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Air stream operated damper

CAR

Dimensions

1
2
H

3
4

5
Description
The damper is used where you want an efficient closing at a
standstill fan. The air stream operated damper is equipped
with springs, which automatically close the damper when
the fan stops.
The damper is easy to mount since it is only "pushed" into
the duct.
The housing is manufactured of galvanized sheet metal. The
butterfly blade is manufactured of aluminium.

d1
nom
100
125
160
200
250
315

D
nom
96
121
155
195
247
312

H
mm
43
49
66
72
120
160

m
kg
0,10
0,10
0,20
0,30
0,40
0,50

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Ordering example
CAR

160

Product
Dimension d1

18
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Damper with flow meter

FMDRU

Dimensions

1
2

di

d1

5
6

Description

Applications
The flow meter is suitable both for setting up and for continous flow measurement. It is intended for permanent installation and must therefore be specified at the design stage.

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.

9
10
11
12
13
14

d1
nom

di
nom

l
mm

m
kg

80

63

300

0,78

100

80

300

0,94

125

100

310

1,21

160

125

315

1,52

200

160

380

2,20

80630 fullfills tightness class 0 and pressure class A .

250

200

440

3,31

Design
The flow meter consists of two reducers joined together, with
measurement nozzles. Each nozzle has a removable plastic
plug which prevents dirt from entering. It also eliminates air
leakage when measurement is not done.

315

250

570

4,92

The unit permits insulation of up to 100 mm thickness to be


installed without concealing the measurement nozzles or the
label plate. The plate can be rotated for best legibility, irrespective of the way the unit is installed and can easily be
removed, to be located away from the unit.
The unit also contains a regulating damper DRU to allow
balancing. The cup around the damper knob allows insulation up to 50 mm thick to be used. If thicker insulation is
needed, add the special insulation cup IK.

400

315

660

500

400

845

12,0

630

500

1030

18,2

Flow meters with reductions of two dimension steps can be


obtained, to give higher reading pressure in the measurement nozzles. This entails higher pressure drop and noise
generation, however.
Advantages
Has low pressure drop due to good aerodynamic design.
Has low noise generation due to good aerodynamic
design.
Suitable for use with insulation.

The unit has components which partly block the duct system. You can use one of the tips on page 647 to facilitate
cleaning.

15
16
Ordering example

17
18
328

FMDRU

160

7,81

125

Product
Dimension d1
Dimension di

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Damper with flow meter

FMDRU

Technical data
Sound
Sound generation has been measured at the Swedish National Testing and Research Institute in an reverberation
room, in accordance with ISO 5135 and ISO 3741.

Measurement function
Measure pressure difference, Dp, between the measurement
nozzles, and use the equation on the units plate to derive the
duct flow.

Flow graph for balancing


The graph show the flow, q, as a function of the pressure difference in the measurement nozzles. Flow data for dimensioning differs from this graph.

Measurement accuracy
If the velocity profile is asymmetric, the measurement values
can differ from the ideal values. For this reason, the flow meter should never be located right up to any flow disturbance.
The method error in the table below will differ, depending on
the distance to the flow disturbance.

l1 =straight distance before meter


Type of disturbance

3
4

Method error
m2
5%

10%

A 90 bend

100

50
d1

p [Pa]

500
630

400

200
250
315

160

300

125

80
100

d1 [mm]

2d1

1d1

1d1

1d1

l1

8
l2 = straight distance after meter
10
10

50
50

100

100
500 1000
q

500 1000

5000 [l/s]

5000 10000

[m3/h]

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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Damper with flow meter

FMDRU

pt [Pa]

Flow data for balancing differs from these graphs.

40
70

The dashed lines give the A-weighted sound power data,


LWA, in dB to the duct.

a []
60
60

The solid lines show the pressure drop, pt, across the unit
as a function of flow, q.

LWA [dB]
80
500

20

40

125

50

Pressure drop graphs with sound data for


dimensioning

100

50

5
10

30

50

100

200

300
q

200[l/s]

400 500

[m3/h]

7
80

160

a []

40

80

60

500

20

LWA [dB]
80

60

70

60

[]
40

20

100

50

50
pt [Pa]

pt [Pa]

9
10

50

40

60
70

500

LWA [dB]
80

100

40

50

11
10
10

20

12

50

30

40 50

10

80 [l/s]

100
q

200

60

40

60

100

[m3/h]

300

200

400 500
q

300[l/s]
1000 [m3/h]

13
100
500

200

a []

LWA [dB]
80
500
60

70

60

50

40

14

LWA [dB]
80

[]
40

60

70

20

100
0
50

pt [Pa]

pt [Pa]

16

20

50

15
100
50

40
0

17
10

18
330

20

50
100

200

100 120[l/s]
300

400 [m3/h]

10
90100

200

400 500

1000
q

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

300

400 500[l/s]
[m3/h]

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Damper with flow meter

FMDRU
1

500

60
60

60

500

70
20

20

40

100

40

60

100
50

[]

LWA [dB]

70 40

50
pt [Pa]

500

[]

LWA [dB]
80

pt [Pa]

250

50

50

5
10
100

200
500

300

400 500
2000

1000
q

10
600

800[l/s]

1000
3000

[m3/h]

2000

4000 5000
q

3000 [l/s]

10000 [m3/h]

7
315

80
60

500

630

[]

LWA [dB]
60

LWA [dB]
80
500
70

40

70

[]
60

40

8
20

20

100
50

40

60
pt [Pa]

pt [Pa]

50

100
0
50

50

10
11

10
200

500
1000

1000 1200 [l/s]


3000 4000 [m3/h]

2000
q

10
900 1000

2000

4000 5000

3000 4000 5000 [l/s]


10000

[m3/h]

12

13
400
LWA [dB]
500

[]
60

70

60

40

14

pt [Pa]

20
100

15

50

50 4
0

16
17

10
400 500
2000

2000 [l/s]

1000
3000
q

4000 5000

[m3/h]

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

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FMDRU

Sound generation

dim
d1

Pressure
drop
[Pa]

Velocity app. 5 [m/s]

Velocity app. 10 [m/s]

Centre frequency [Hz]


63

125 250 500 1k

64
61
59
56
52

65
62
60
56
52

2k

Centre frequency [Hz]

4k

8k

63

125 250 500 1k

52
45
40
30
21

51
43
38
28
18

68
65
63
59
56

76
75
75
74
73

Flow 25 [l/s]
80

500
300
200
100
50

62
58
56
51
47

59
55
51
45
40

57
52
47
40
33

56
50
46
38
30

100

5
6

500
300
200
100
50

64
61
59
56
52

63
60
58
54
50

62
58
55
51
46

500
300
200
100
50

66
63
61
57
53

64
61
59
55
51

62
58
56
51
46

500
300
200
100
50

66
63
61
58
55

63
60
58
54
51

61
57
55
50
45

500
300
200
100
50

71
67
65
60
55

68
64
61
56
52

65
60
57
52
46

58
54
51
45
39

56
51
47
40
34

55
50
46
40
33

125

56
51
47
41
35

56
51
47
40
32

53
46
40
31
22

54
46
40
30
20

67
65
62
59
55

76
76
75
75
75

76
76
75
75
74

54
47
42
33
25

53
45
40
30
21

72
69
67
64
60

76
75
74
72
71

75
73
71
69
66

160

57
53
50
45
39

54
50
47
41
36

54
49
45
38
31

53
47
42
34
26

52
45
40
31
23

77
75
74
71
69

78
77
75
73
71

73
70
68
64
60

200

58
53
49
43
37

58
53
49
41
34

57
50
45
36
28

55
47
42
32
23

75
74
71
66
62

77
75
73
69
66

70
68
68
64
60

250

11

500
300
200
100
50

69
66
64
60
56

66
63
60
56
51

64
60
57
52
47

500
300
200
100
50

76
72
69
63
58

71
67
64
58
52

67
62
59
53
47

500
300
200
100
50

78
73
69
63
56

71
67
63
56
50

66
61
58
51
45

500
300
200
100
50

81
76
73
66
60

75
70
66
59
53

69
64
61
53
47

61
58
55
50
45

57
53
49
43
37

59
54
50
44
37

12

315

13

60
55
51
45
39

60
55
50
43
36

58
53
49
41
34

56
49
44
34
25

79
77
75
72
69

76
73
70
65
61

72
68
65
59
54

60
54
48
39
30

57
49
44
34
24

82
78
74
69
63

79
75
72
66
61

74
69
66
60
54

400

14

58
54
51
45
40

59
54
50
43
36

59
53
48
39
31

55
48
43
34
25

83
77
73
65
58

78
73
69
62
55

72
67
63
56
49

15

500

16
17

61
57
54
48
42

63
57
52
45
37

63
57
51
42
33

59
51
45
35
26

87
82
78
71
65

81
75
71
64
56

73
67
63
55
48

500
300
200
100
50

88
82
78
70
63

81
75
71
63
56

74
68
64
56
49

68
63
59
53
46

66
61
57
51
44

67
60
55
46
38

64
61
58
52
47

61
57
53
47
41

59
53
48
40
32

56
49
44
35
26

71 80 80 73 67 63 61
68 79 77 68 63 58 55
67 78 75 64 59 54 51
63 76 71 58 53 48 42
Pressure drop exceeds 50 [Pa]

69
65
62
57
52

63
59
55
49
43

60
55
51
44
37

68
65
62
57
51

63
59
56
50
44

60
56
52
45
38

67
63
60
55
50

63
59
56
51
46

59
54
50
43
36

63
60
61
55
50

60
56
56
50
44

54
50
53
46
38

67
63
60
54
49

62
57
53
47
40

61
56
52
45
38

68
64
60
54
48

66
61
57
51
44

64
58
54
46
38

67
62
58
52
45

65
60
56
50
43

64
59
54
47
39

68
63
59
53
46

67
62
57
51
44

66
60
55
47
38

58
52
47
38

Flow 120 [l/s]


61
56
52
46
39

61
56
53
46
40

70 81 82 70 66 64 64
68 81 80 65 62 60 60
65 81 79 61 58 57 56
62 81 78 54 52 51 50
Pressure drop exceeds 50 [Pa]

61
55
50
43
36

59
53
49
41
34

75 81 79 71 66 63 63
73 79 76 67 62 59 58
71 78 74 63 58 55 53
67 76 70 57 52 49 46
Pressure drop exceeds 50 [Pa]

59
54
49
42
34

58
53
48
41
33

80
78
76
74
71

81
79
77
74
71

76
72
69
63
58

54
49
52
45
37

53
48
50
42
34

80
77
74
70
65

82
79
77
71
69

78
74
71
66
51

62
54
47
36
25

91
85
80
72
64

84
78
73
65
57

75
69
64
56
48

70
65
61
54
47

70
65
60
53
46

69
62
57
48
39

61
56
51
43

Flow 300 [l/s]


71
67
64
59
54

66
62
58
53
47

62
57
53
46
39

61
55
50
42
34

59
53
48
39
31

66
60
55
48
40

63
57
52
44
35

67
61
57
50
42

66
60
55
47
39

69
62
57
49
41

64
58
53
44
36

68
63
59
52
45

64
58
53
45
37

72
64
59
51
43

66
59
54
45
36

76
66
60
51
42

67
60
54
44
34

Flow 450 [l/s]


71
67
63
57
50

67
63
58
52
46

65
60
56
50
41

Flow 750 [l/s]


64
59
54
47
39

63
58
53
46
38

83
81
78
75
71

81
77
74
69
64

76
72
69
63
58

65
49
54
46
38

63
57
51
43
34

86
82
78
73
67

83
79
75
67
64

77
72
69
62
56

65
59
54
46
38

62
56
51
42
34

88
84
80
74
68

82
78
74
68
62

76
71
67
60
54

67
61
56
47
39

64
58
53
44
35

91
86
82
75
69

84
79
74
62
60

76
70
66
58
51

72
68
65
60
55

65
60
56
50
43

64
59
55
48
41

Flow 1200 [l/s]


71
66
62
56
49

68
63
59
52
45

66
61
56
51
41

Flow 1800 [l/s]


71
66
63
56
50

68
64
60
54
48

67
62
58
50
43

Flow 3000 [l/s]


71
66
62
55
49

69
64
59
52
45

68
62
57
52
40

Flow 4500 [l/s]


70
63
58
48
39

18
332

64
59
55
49

Flow 180 [l/s]

Flow 3000 [l/s]


67
60
54
43
33

2k

Flow 75 [l/s]

Flow 2000 [l/s]

Flow 1500 [l/s]


630

70
67
64
59
54

Flow 1200 [l/s]

Flow 1000 [l/s]


64
60
57
51
45

8k

Flow 800 [l/s]

Flow 600 [l/s]


61
57
54
48
43

4k

Flow 500 [l/s]

Flow 400 [l/s]


62
58
55
49
43

125 250 500 1k

Flow 300 [l/s]

Flow 250 [l/s]

10

63

Flow 200 [l/s]

Flow 150 [l/s]


61
57
53
48
42

8k

Flow 120 [l/s]

Flow 100 [l/s]

Centre frequency [Hz]

4k

Flow 80 [l/s]

Flow 60 [l/s]
59
55
51
46
40

2k

Flow 50 [l/s]
76
75
74
72
71

Flow 40 [l/s]

Velocity app. 15 [m/s]

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

66
59
53
43
33

93
87
82
73
65

86
80
75
67
59

77
71
66
58
50

71
65
60
52
44

71
65
60
51
43

70
63
57
48
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Damper with flow meter

FMDU

Dimensions

80315

d1

2
3
4

5
400630

Applications
The meter is suitable both for setting up and for continous
flow measurement. It is intended for permanent installation
and must therefore be specified at the design stage.

d1

Description

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.

8
l

80630 fullfills tightness class 0 and pressure class A .


Design
The meter consists of a regulating shutter and a centrally located measurement plate. Each measurement nozzle has a
removable plastic plug which prevents dirt from entering. It
also eliminates air leakage when measurement is not done.
The unit permits insulation of up to 50 mm thickness to be
installed without concealing the measurement nipples or the
label plate.
The plate can be rotated for best legibility, irrespective of
the way the unit is installed and can easily be removed, to
be located away from the unit. The cup around the damper
knob allows insulation up to 50 mm thick to be used. If
thicker insulation is needed, add the special insulation cup
IK.

d1
nom

l
mm

m
kg

80

165

0,66

100

165

0,76

125

165

0,88

160

165

1,08

200

230

1,44

250

275

2,10

315

275

2,65

400

450

6,10

500

520

11,4

630

570

16,0

Advantages
Short installation length.
Suitable for use with insulation.

9
10
11
12
13
14

The unit has components which partly block the duct system. You can use one of the tips on page 647 to facilitate
cleaning.

15
16

Ordering example
FMDU

200

Product
Dimension d1

17
18

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

333

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Damper with flow meter

FMDU

Technical data

Flow graph for balancing


The curves show the flow, q, as a function of the pressure difference in the measurement nozzles. Flow data for dimensioning differs from this graph.

Measurement accuracy
If the velocity profile is asymmetric, the measurement values
can differ from the ideal values. For this reason, the flow meter should never be located right up to any flow disturbance.
The method error in the table below will differ, depending on
the distance to the flow disturbance.

p [Pa]

50 0
63 0

315
400

25 0

160
200

100
50

l1 =straight distance before meter

Method error
m2

Type of disturbance

5%

10%

6d1

0d1

6d1

4d1

1d1

1d1

A 90 bend
10
10

50
50

12 5

80

300

4
5

100

d1 [mm]

Measurement function
By measuring the pressure difference, Dp, between the
measurement nozzles, you can derive the flow in the duct by
means of the equation on the units plate.

100

100

500 1 000
500 1 000
q

5 000 [l/s]

5 00010 000

[m/h]

d1

l1

8
A branch

9
10

l1
d1

11

l2 = straight distance after meter

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
334

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

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Damper with flow meter

FMDU
1

Pressure drop graphs with sound data for


dimensioning

125

a []
60

40

70

60

50

The solid lines show the pressure drop, pt, across the unit
as a function of flow, q. The dashed lines give the A-weighted
sound power data, LWA, in dB to the duct. Flow data for balancing differ from these graphs.

LWA [dB]
80
500

20

pt [Pa]

40

100

50

5
10

30

50

100

200

300
q

200[l/s]

400 500

[m3/h]

7
160

a []

40

80

60

50

40

pt [Pa]

60
70

500

LWA [dB]
80

500

20

100

50

LWA [dB]
80

60

70

60

[]
40

8
20

10

50
pt [Pa]

80

100

40

50

11
10
10

20
50

30

40 50

100
q

10

80 [l/s]

200

60

100

[m3/h]

300

200

400 500
q

300[l/s]
1000 [m3/h]

12
13

100
500

LWA [dB]
80

60

40

200

a []

70

60

50

40

LWA [dB]
80
500
60

[]
40

60

14

70

20
20

100
0
50

pt [Pa]

pt [Pa]

50

15

100
50

40
0

16
17

10

20

50
100

200

100 120[l/s]
300

400 [m3/h]

10
90100

200

400 500

300
1000

400 500[l/s]
[m3/h]

18

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

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Damper with flow meter

FMDU

1
250

500

60
60

500

70

40

50

40
30

10
0

100
50

10
600

10
100

60

20
pt [Pa]

pt [Pa]

80

20

100
50

[]

500

70 40

50

3
4

[]

LWA [dB]
80

200

300

500

400 500

2 000

3 000 [l/s]
10 000 [m/h]

3 000 4 000 5 000

800[l/s]

2000

1000
q

1 000

[m3/h]

7
315

80
60

500

60

70

630

40

500

70

40

30

10
0

100
50

1 000

12

500
1000

1000 1200 [l/s]

2000
q

3000 4000 [m3/h]

400

[]

500

80

70

60

50

40
30
20

pt [Pa]

15
50

10
400
1 000

18
336

10
0

100

500

2 000 [l/s]

1 000
2 000

3 000

5 000

2 000

4 000 5 000

13

17

40

10
10
200

16

50

11

14

60

20
pt [Pa]

100
50

[]
80

20

50
pt [Pa]

10

[]

LWA [dB]

[m/h]

We reserve the right to make changes without prior notice

3 000 4 000 5 000 [l/s]


10 000

[m/h]

l indab | dampers and measu re u nits

Damper with flow meter

FMDU

Sound generation
dim
d1

Pressure
drop
[Pa]
63

Velocity app. 5 [m/s]

Velocity app. 10 [m/s]

Velocity app. 15 [m/s]

Centre frequency [Hz]

Centre frequency [Hz]

Centre frequency [Hz]

125 250 500 1k

2k

4k

8k

63

125 250 500 1k

Flow 25 [l/s]
80

500
300
200
100
50

64
61
59
56
52

65
62
60
56
52

62
58
56
51
47

59
55
51
45
40

57
52
47
40
33

56
50
46
38
30

500
300
200
100
50

64
61
59
56
52

63
60
58
54
50

62
58
55
51
46

58
54
51
45
39

56
51
47
40
34

55
50
46
40
33

52
45
40
30
21

51
43
38
28
18

68
65
63
59
56

76
75
75
74
73

500
300
200
100
50

66
63
61
57
53

64
61
59
55
51

62
58
56
51
46

59
55
51
46
40

56
51
47
41
35

56
51
47
40
32

53
46
40
31
22

54
46
40
30
20

67
65
62
59
55

76
76
75
75
75

160

66
63
61
58
55

63
60
58
54
51

61
57
55
50
45

57
53
50
45
39

54
50
47
41
36

54
49
45
38
31

54
47
42
33
25

53
45
40
30
21

72
69
67
64
60

76
75
74
72
71

500
300
200
100
50

71
67
65
60
55

68
64
61
56
52

65
60
57
52
46

61
57
53
48
42

58
53
49
43
37

58
53
49
41
34

53
47
42
34
26

52
45
40
31
23

77
75
74
71
69

78
77
75
73
71

500
300
200
100
50

69
66
64
60
56

66
63
60
56
51

64
60
57
52
47

61
58
55
50
45

57
53
49
43
37

59
54
50
44
37

57
50
45
36
28

55
47
42
32
23

75
74
71
66
62

77
75
73
69
66

76
75
74
72
71

500
300
200
100
50

76
72
69
63
58

71
67
64
58
52

67
62
59
53
47

62
58
55
49
43

60
55
51
45
39

60
55
50
43
36

70
67
64
59
54

64
61
58
52
47

61
57
53
47
41

71 80 80 73 67 63 61
68 79 77 68 63 58 55
67 78 75 64 59 54 51
63 76 71 58 53 48 42
Pressure drop exceeds 50 [Pa]

58
52
47
38

76
76
75
75
74

69
65
62
57
52

63
59
55
49
43

60
55
51
44
37

75
73
71
69
66

68
65
62
57
51

63
59
56
50
44

60
56
52
45
38

73
70
68
64
60

67
63
60
55
50

63
59
56
51
46

59
54
50
43
36

70
68
68
64
60

63
60
61
55
50

60
56
56
50
44

54
50
53
46
38

58
53
49
41
34

56
49
44
34
25

79
77
75
72
69

76
73
70
65
61

72
68
65
59
54

67
63
60
54
49

62
57
53
47
40

61
56
52
45
38

59
53
48
40
32

56
49
44
35
26

57
49
44
34
24

82
78
74
69
63

79
75
72
66
61

74
69
66
60
54

68
64
60
54
48

66
61
57
51
44

64
58
54
46
38

Flow 120 [l/s]


61
56
52
46
39

61
56
53
46
40

70 81 82 70 66 64 64
68 81 80 65 62 60 60
65 81 79 61 58 57 56
62 81 78 54 52 51 50
Pressure drop exceeds 50 [Pa]

64
59
55
49

5
6

Flow 180 [l/s]


61
55
50
43
36

59
53
49
41
34

75 81 79 71 66 63 63
73 79 76 67 62 59 58
71 78 74 63 58 55 53
67 76 70 57 52 49 46
Pressure drop exceeds 50 [Pa]

61
56
51
43

Flow 300 [l/s]


59
54
49
42
34

58
53
48
41
33

80
78
76
74
71

81
79
77
74
71

76
72
69
63
58

71
67
64
59
54

66
62
58
53
47

62
57
53
46
39

8
61
55
50
42
34

59
53
48
39
31

66
60
55
48
40

63
57
52
44
35

67
61
57
50
42

66
60
55
47
39

69
62
57
49
41

64
58
53
44
36

Flow 450 [l/s]


54
49
52
45
37

53
48
50
42
34

80
77
74
70
65

82
79
77
71
69

78
74
71
66
51

71
67
63
57
50

67
63
58
52
46

65
60
56
50
41

10
11

Flow 750 [l/s]


64
59
54
47
39

63
58
53
46
38

83
81
78
75
71

81
77
74
69
64

Flow 800 [l/s]


60
54
48
39
30

2k

Flow 75 [l/s]

Flow 500 [l/s]

Flow 400 [l/s]


315

Flow 300 [l/s]

Flow 250 [l/s]


250

8k

125 250 500 1k

Flow 200 [l/s]

Flow 150 [l/s]


200

4k

63

Flow 120 [l/s]

Flow 100 [l/s]


500
300
200
100
50

8k

Flow 80 [l/s]

Flow 60 [l/s]
125

4k

Flow 50 [l/s]

Flow 40 [l/s]
100

2k

76
72
69
63
58

72
68
65
60
55

65
60
56
50
43

64
59
55
48
41

12
13

Flow 1200 [l/s]


65
49
54
46
38

63
57
51
43
34

86
82
78
73
67

83
79
75
67
64

77
72
69
62
56

71
66
62
56
49

68
63
59
52
45

66
61
56
51
41

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15
16
17
18

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Flow meter

FMU
Dimensions

1
2

di

d1

5
6

Description

Applications
The meter is suitable both for setting up and for continous
flow measurement. It is intended for permanent installation
and must therefore be specified at the design stage.

There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and


maintenance instruction for this product.
Design
The meter consists of two reductions joined together, with
measurement nozzles. Each nozzle has a removable plastic
plug which prevents dirt from entering. It also eliminates air
leakage when measurement is not done.
The unit permits insulation of up to 100 mm thickness to be
installed without concealing the measurement nozzles or
label plate. The plate can be rotated for best legibility, irrespective of the way the fitting is installed and can easily be
removed, to be located away from the unit.

9
10
11
12
13

Flow meters with reductions of two dimension steps can be


obtained, to give higher reading pressure in the measurement nozzles. This entails higher pressure drop and noise
generation, however.

d1
nom

di
nom

l
mm

m
kg

80

63

110

0,33

100

80

120

0,42

125

100

111

0,48

160

125

123

0,62

200

160

129

0,83

250

200

131

1,15

315

250

195

1,81

400

315

206

2,60

500

400

275

3,92

630

500

355

6,38

Advantages
Has low pressure drop due to good aerodynamic design.
Has low noise generation due to good aerodynamic
design.
Does not obstruct duct cleaning.
Suitable for use with insulation.

14
15
16
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17
18
338

FMU

160

125

Product
Dimension d1
Dimension di

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Flow meter

FMU

Technical data
Pressure drop graph with sound data for dimensioning
The solid lines give the pressure drop, p, as a function of
flow, q. The dashed lines give the A-weighted sound power
data, LWA, in dB to the duct. Flow data for balancing differ
from this graph.
d1 [mm]
80 100 125 160 200 250 315 400

100
LWA [dB]

500

60

50

630

Measurement function
By measuring the pressure difference, p, between the
measurement nozzles, you can derive the flow in the duct by
means of the equation on the units plate.

Measurement accuracy
If the velocity profile is asymmetric, the measurement values
can differ from the ideal values. For this reason, the flow meter should never be located right up to any flow disturbance.
The method error in the table below will differ, depending on
the distance to the flow disturbance.

3
4

50

pt [Pa]

l1 =straight distance before meter

10
40

Type of disturbance

5%

10%

A 90 bend

50

100

500

500 1000
q

100

1000

5000 [l/s]

5000 10000

Flow graph for balancing


The curves show the flow, q, as a function of the pressure difference in the measurement nozzles. Flow data for dimensioning differ from this graph.

500
630

400

250
315

200

160

100
125

7
8

A rotary damper (45). Shaft in line with


measurement nozzles

9
4d1

3d1

10
l1

d1 [mm]

80

1d1

l1

Sound
Sound generation has been measured at the Swedish National Testing and Research Institute in reverberation room,
in accordance with ISO 5135 and ISO 3741.

300

2d1

[m3/h]

d1

1
10

d1

30

50

Method error
m2

l2 = straight distance after meter

1d1

1d1

11
12

p [Pa]

100

13
50

14
15
10
10

50
50

100

100
500 1000
q

500 1000

5000 [l/s]

5000 10000

[m3/h]

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17
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Flow meter

FMU

Sound generation

1
dim
d1

63

Velocity app. 5 [m/s]

Velocity app. 10 [m/s]

Velocity app. 15 [m/s]

Centre frequency [Hz]

Centre frequency [Hz]

Centre frequency [Hz]

125 250 500 1k

2k

4k

8k

63

125 250 500 1k

Flow 25 [l/s]

2k

4k

8k

63

125 250 500 1k

Flow 50 [l/s]

2k

4k

8k

41

34

38

34

35

33

35

31

34

31

39

29

42

41

51

46

51

46

57

48

Flow 75 [l/s]

80

49

45

42

33

22

14

11

11

54

56

56

Flow 40 [l/s]

51

42

34

29

21

68

62

61

Flow 80 [l/s]

59

54

44

Flow 120 [l/s]

100
50

45

39

30

18

51

59

54

Flow 60 [l/s]

48

38

30

22

16

60

64

62

Flow 120 [l/s]

59

50

43

Flow 180 [l/s]

125
45

40

33

24

11

53

55

50

Flow 100 [l/s]

42

34

26

21

16

61

62

61

Flow 200 [l/s]

53

45

38

Flow 300 [l/s]

160
41

39

31

24

13

58

54

50

Flow 150 [l/s]

42

34

27

19

15

66

64

61

Flow 300 [l/s]

52

46

41

Flow 450 [l/s]

200
41

36

32

23

55

52

47

Flow 250 [l/s]

39

30

27

20

17

64

62

58

Flow 500 [l/s]

48

42

38

Flow 750 [l/s]

250
44

37

31

22

17

15

17

17

64

53

48

Flow 400 [l/s]

39

28

27

26

22

72

64

Flow 800 [l/s]

58

49

44

40

Flow 1200 [l/s]

315
51

35

29

19

14

10

64

55

Flow 600 [l/s]

46

38

34

31

32

28

72

65

Flow 1200 [l/s]

57

48

45

42

Flow 1800 [l/s]

400
46

37

10

30

22

19

14

64

58

Flow 1000 [l/s]

47

41

40

40

37

30

75

69

Flow 2000 [l/s]

59

53

51

52

Flow 3000 [l/s]

500
54

40

11

29

24

22

15

64

58

Flow 1500 [l/s]

47

41

40

40

37

30

75

69

Flow 3000 [l/s]

59

53

51

52

Flow 4500 [l/s]

630
53

43

32

28

25

19

14

10

68

61

50

44

43

45

42

35

78

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13
14
15
16
17
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Measuring bend

MBU
Dimensions

rm

3
4
d1

r m 1d 1

Description
Applications
The measuring bend is suitable both for balancing and for
continous flow measurement. It is intended for permanent
installation and must therefore be specified at the design
stage. The measuring bend is a good choice, since bends
are normally used in all installations.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
Design
The measuring bend consists of a pressed and seam
welded 90 Safe bend with measurement nozzles on the
inner and outer radii. The nozzles are asymmetrically located
on the centreline, for manufacturing reasons. Each nozzle
has a removable plastic plug which prevents dirt from entering. It also eliminates air leakage when measurement is not
done.

d1
nom
100
125
160
200
250

l
mm
100
125
160
200
250

Advantages
Has a double function both as bend and as flow meter.
Does not increase pressure drop, compared with a standard Safe bend.
Does not cause any noise, due to projecting components in the duct.
Does not obstruct duct cleaning.

The unit allows insulation of up to 50 mm thickness to be


installed without concealing the measurement nozzle or the
label plate. The plate can be rotated for best legibility, irrespective of the way the unit is installed and can easily be
removed, to be located away from the unit. If thicker insulation is needed, add the insulation cup IK to the standard
cup.
Thanks to the robust design of the standard cup, the measurement nozzles are securely protected both before and
after installation.

m
kg
0,40
0,60
1,02
1,23
1,74

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

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250

90

17

Product
Dimension d1
Angle

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Measuring bend

MBFU
Dimensions

1
l

3
rm

d1

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

r m 0,9d 1

Description
Applications
The measuring bend is suitable both for balancing and for
continous flow measurement. It is intended for permanent
installation and must therefore be specified at the design
stage. The measuring bend is a good choice, since bends
are normally used in all installations.
There is a separate assembly, measuring, balancing and
maintenance instruction for this product.
Design
The measuring bend consists of a segmented and lockseamed 90 Safe bend with measuring nozzles on the inner
and outer radii. The nozzles are asymmetrically located on
the centreline, for manufacturing reasons. Each nozzle has a
removable plastic plug which prevents dirt from entering. It
also eliminates air leakage when measurement is not done.

d1
nom
315
400
500
630

The unit allows insulation of up to 50 mm thickness to be


installed without concealing the measurement nozzle or the
label plate. The plate can be rotated for best legibility, irrespective of the way the unit is installed and can easily be
removed, to be located away from the unit. If thicker insulation is needed, add the insulation cup IK to the standard
cup.
Thanks to the robust design of the standard cup, the measurement nozzles are securely protected both before and
after installation.

Ordering example
MBFU

17

500

90

Product
Dimension d1
Angle

18
342

m
kg
3,18
5,82
8,38
13,1

Advantages
Has a double function both as a bend and as a meter.
Does not increase pressure drop, compared with a standard Safe bend.
Does not cause any noise, due to projecting components in the duct.
Does not obstruct duct cleaning.

15
16

l
mm
300
360
454
566

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Measuring bends

MBU, MBFU

Technical data
Pressure drop graph for dimensioning of MBU
d1 [mm]
100 125 160 200 250
100
50

pt [Pa]

Measurement function
By measuring the pressure difference, p, between the inner
and outer bend radii, you can derive the flow in the duct by
means of the equation on the units plate.

10

Measurement accuracy
If the velocity profile is asymmetric, the measurement values
can differ from the ideal values. For this reason, the measuring bend should never be located right up to any flow disturbance. The method error, as shown in the table below will
differ, depending on the distance to the flow disturbance.

l1 = straight distance before measuring


bends. Type of disturbance

1
10

50
50

100

100

500

1000

1000

500

3000 [l/s]

5000

10000 [m3/h]

Method error m2
5%

10%

A 90 bend

d1

Pressure drop graph for dimensioning of MBFU

315 400

4,5d1

l2

100

8,5d1

l1

d1 [mm]
500 630

50

8
9

10

d1

pt [Pa]

A rotary damper (45). Shaft in line with


the measurement nozzles

9,0d1

6,0d1

l1
l2

10

1
100

500
500

1000

1000

5000

5000

10000 [l/s]

10000

[m3/h]

l2 = straight distance after measuring


bend

Flow graph for balancing


The curves show the flow, q, as a function of the pressure
difference in the measurement nipples. Flow data for dimensioning differ from this graph

2d1

2d1

11
12
13

630

500

400

315

250

200

160

100

300

125

d1 [mm]

14

200

15

p [Pa]

100

50

16
20

17
10
20

50

100

200

500

1000

2000

5000 [l/s]

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Accessories
1
2
DRHTG

Insulation cup IK

100

If the insulation is thicker than 50 mm, there is a risk


that the insulation will cover the knob cup and
make it difficult to find or use. The insulation cup
allows about 100 mm of insulation to be used at the
same time as it gives good access to the damper
knob. It is quick and easy to fit - just snap it over
the edge of the cup. It fits all Lindab dampers with
cup, both circular and rectangular.

100

IK

Handle DRHTG

HANDLE

Strong handle to facilitate setting. Suits all manual dampers.

Handle HANDLE

5
6

MSATS 31, MSATS 41

7
8

Handle suitable for damper with motor shelves DTHU, DTH1U and DTH2U
without motor. Can be used for temporay setting/locking of the damper
blade before the motor is mounted or as a permanent alternative to the
motor.
Can be set stepless 090. Fits axle 88 mm.
Is advisably fixed with one or two sheet metal screws/rivets.

Assembly kit MSATS AK 31


Kit for installing a Sauter AK 31 P pneumatic actuator.
The kit contains all components needed.
VREDF 15 60, VREDF 15 100

Assembly kit MSATS AK 41


Kit for installing a Sauter AK 41 P pneumatic actuator.
The kit contains all components needed.

9
10

AXFL

11

Extension spindle VREDF 15 60


With a 60 mm long 15 mm spindle. Used for motorizing standard dampers. Fixes to the knob with 2 self-tapping screws.

Extension spindle VREDF 15 100


With a 100 mm long 15 mm spindle. Used for motorizing standard
dampers. Fixes to the knob with 2 self-tapping screws.

12

KOMHY

Extension spindle AXFL


A 55 mm long 15 mm spindle. Used for motorizing standard dampers.
Fixes to the spindle with a locking screw.

13

Installation shelf KOMHY

14

KOMHY LONG

Hooks to the edge of the cup and blind rivets to the damper body.

Installation shelf KOMHY LONG

15

Hooks to the edge of the cup and blind rivets to the damper body.

Installation shelf LMOK

16

Fixes to the edge of the cup with sheet metal screws.


LMOK

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