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Heavy-Duty/Industrial Dampers

HB, HPR, HCD, HCDR, HSD, & HTD Series

February
2005
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The Greenheck Difference
Greenheck dampers bring the same quality engineering and
manufacturing that has earned Greenheck its position as an industry
leader. Aggressive research and development keeps Greenheck a major
player in the damper and louver industry. Greenheck has the most UL classified
dampers and largest selection of AMCA licensed dampers and louvers in the
industry.

In-House Testing
State-of-the-art laboratory and testing facilities have always been important to
Greenhecks continuing business success. A laboratory facility devoted exclusively
to development and testing of damper and louver related products for testing to the
latest versions of AMCA, ANSI, ASHRAE, UL, Miami-Dade County, and other industry
standards of performance.

A Global Presence
Greenheck operates four manufacturing locations, eight national distribution centers, and four international
distribution centers:
Manufacturing
Rocklin, CA
Schofield, WI
Frankfort, KY
Kunshan, China

International Distribution
National Distribution China
Schofield, WI Mexico
Rocklin, CA Singapore
Dallas, TX United Arab Emirates
Miami, FL
Greensboro, NC
Union, NJ
Columbus, OH
Las Vegas, NV

Quick Build and Delivery


Greenhecks Quick Build (QB) program, along with strategic manufacturing locations, ensure
rapid response time. Quick Build products are manufactured on a five or ten day schedule,
then efficiently shipped to your job site.

Leading Edge Technical Support


All Greenheck products are supported by the industrys best product literature, electronic
media, and Computer Aided Product Selection program (CAPS). Youll also find extensive
product information, Installation, Operation, and Maintenance Instructions and more on
the internet at

Customer Service
Your local Greenheck representative has a wealth of industry and product knowledge
to answer your questions. Our representatives receive the latest product information
and can have orders processed direct to our factory. With our advanced order
processing system, we can ship orders as fast as the next day. With Greenhecks
experienced staff, we can answer questions and provide solutions to your unique
damper application. With our dedicated engineering staff, we will work to develop a
custom solution to meet your needs.
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Why Greenheck heavy-duty dampers?
From wastewater treatment plants to boiler stacks, Greenheck heavy-duty and
industrial dampers are found in applications throughout the world. Building owners
and engineers rely on Greenheck to provide not only a product, but also the
knowledge and experience to solve todays industrial challenges. Below are examples of how Greenheck has
delivered value to our customers through our industrial solutions.

Scrubber system Greenheck developed this damper to resist hazardous


particles inside of an air scrubber. To give the product the proper corrosion
resistance, both the inside and outside of each type 316 stainless steel airfoil
blade were coated with Teflon S. Frame, axles, linkage, and all hardware
were also made of type 316 stainless steel, while o-ring axle seals were used
to prevent leakage out of the duct and into the atmosphere.

Nuclear waste site To meet the mounting requirements at


a nuclear waste site, 150-pound weld flanges (per ANSI B16.5)
were integrated into the frame of this isolation damper. In
addition, two opposed blades were used to prevent the blade
from extending beyond the edge of the frame when the damper
was opened.

Dust collection system At 110 inches (2794 mm) diameter, this


damper was built for a massive industrial dust collection system. Greenheck
engineered the blade to withstand static pressure differences over 20 in.
wg (5 kPa) when closed. A single actuator was used to drive the damper,
providing over 11,000 in. lbs. (1243 Nm) of torque.

Wind tunnel This 62-inch (1575 mm) diameter damper was built with two
blades in order to control air more accurately in a test chamber. Greenheck
met the customers requirements by providing and installing the specified
pneumatic actuator, 4-20 mA positioner, and limit switch package on the
damper. As with all heavy-duty dampers, this unit was cycle tested open/
closed and all components tested before leaving our factory.

Furnace exhaust Greenheck took on this challenge by developing a special


high temperature damper, capable of continuous operation of 1500F (816C).
The special high temperature blade was designed to minimize warping through
efcient heat transfer across its prole. To meet the leakage requirements,
Greenheck used a ceramic blade and jamb seal to provide tight shut off when
closed.

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Construction Features and Options
At Greenheck, our models are the starting point to building your custom solution. We
offer a wide range of options to customize our product to suit your needs. Many of these
options Greenheck offers are listed below, however, if your request is not shown, please consult the factory.

Frame The construction of each Greenheck industrial damper begins with a


heavy-duty, flanged channel frame. Standard frame depths are 8 or 10 inches
(203 or 254 mm), enough room to keep the blade linkage inside the frame depth
and outside of the airstream. Flanges can be punched to meet any mounting-hole
configuration, and are available in widths of 1.5, 2.0, and 2.5 inches (38, 51, and
64mm). Each frame is available in a variety of materials, including galvanized steel,
carbon steel, galvanneal steel, 304 stainless steel, 316 stainless steel, and aluminum.
Material thickness can range from 14 ga. (1.9mm) to 3/8 inch (9.5mm), depending
on air velocity, static pressure, damper size, and any other variables unique to the
application.

For maximum corrosion resistance, Greenheck offers a wide variety of professionally applied finishes: Hi-Pro
Polyester, Epoxy, Industrial Epoxy, Permatector, High-Temperature Aluminum, and Teflon S.

Blades Several blade options are available to meet different pressure drop and strength requirements in
each damper series. Most blades are offered in the same material, thickness, and coatings found on Greenheck
damper frames.

3-V Fabricated Airfoil Extruded Airfoil High Temperature

Rectangular Series (HCD) The standard blade for a HCD damper is the 3-V type, fabricated with three
longitudinal Vs for structural support. For better pressure drop performance at elevated velocities, specify
the fabricated or extruded aluminum airfoil blades available on Greenheck heavy-duty dampers.

Round Series (HCDR) Each round damper uses a single butterfly blade in the airstream. On larger damper
diameters, blades are reinforced to provide the necessary strength to support the blade when in the closed
position. Greenheck can also build round industrial dampers with two opposed blades for greater control
when modulating the damper or to keep the blade from extending beyond the frame.

Backdraft and Pressure Relief (HB and HPR) All of Greenhecks heavy-duty backdraft and pressure
relief dampers use an edge-pivoting blade. Standard construction is the fabricated 2-V blade, which is
strengthened by two longitudinal "V"s, designed for a tight seal when closed and low pressure drop when
open. To complete Greenhecks model line, a fabricated
or extruded aluminum airfoil blade is available for better Blade & Frame Material Continuous Operating Temperature Limits
1600/871
performance at higher velocities and pressures.
1400/760

Continuous Operating Temperature Limits


Greenheck's frame and blade materials can meet 1200/648
Temperature (F/C)

many applications, but each has maximum operating 1000/537


temperature limits. The chart to the right displays these
limits (for higher temperatures, consult Greenheck). 800/426

600/315

400/204

200/93

316 Stainless 304 Stainless Carbon Galvanized Aluminum


Steel Steel Steel Steel

Material Type

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Construction Features and Options
Bearings - Stainless steel sleeve bearings are Bearing Continuous Operating Temperature Limits
standard on Greenheck heavy-duty control dampers.
1600/871
Options include a self-aligning bronze sleeve and
Dodge re-lubricatable ball bearing, both of which may 1400/760

be mounted in an external or outboard configuration. 1200/648

Temperature (F/C)
For heavy-duty backdraft dampers, options
include galvanized ball, acetal with 316 stainless 1000/537

steel ball, and Dodge relubricatable ball bearings. 800/426


Bearings support axles ranging from 0.5 to 3 inches
(13 to 76mm) in diameter based on the size and 600/315

performance of the damper. 400/204

200/93

Hi-Temp Stainless Relubricating Bronze Acetal


Carbon Steel Ball Sleeve Sleeve
Sleeve* Sleeve

Bearing Type
*High temperature applications require bearings to be mounted in the outboard
conguration with a double gland stufng box.

Press t ball Acetal w/ stainless 316 stainless 304 stainless Self-aligning Dodge re-lubricatable
steel ball w/ Acetal steel sleeve bronze sleeve ball bearing

Low-leakage options Blade & Jamb Seal Continuous Operating Temperature Limits

Blade seals 1600/871

Greenheck offers several options for low leakage 1400/760


performance. EPDM, silicone, or fiberglass tadpole
blade seals are available. 1200/648
Temperature (F/C)

Jamb seals
1000/537
Type 304 or 316 stainless steel jamb seals are used
to prevent air from leaking between the ends of each 800/426

blade and frame.


600/315
Axle seals
To ensure that the medium in the duct stays there, 400/204

two axle seal options are available: o-ring seal and


200/93
double-gland stuffing box. The o-ring seal is ideal for
clean air, while the double-gland stuffing box uses
a packing gland impregnated with Teflon or carbon/ Fiberglass
Tadpole
Stainless
Steel
Silicone
Blade
EPDM
Blade
Vinyl
Blade
graphite for a superior seal in harsh environments. Blade Jamb

Seal Type

EPDM or silicone blade seal Fiberglass tadpole blade seal Double gland stufng box O-ring axle seal

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Construction Features and Actuators
Spark Resistance Construction

AMCA Standard 99-0401 denes fan material performance requirements for operation in hazardous
environments. Greenheck dampers meet the spirit of this standard as follows:

Class A - All materials in the airstream must be non-ferrous. Greenheck modies the damper models HCD-240 &
HB-240, with aluminum frames, axles, fasteners and externally mounted bearings.

Class B or C - Damper blades must be non-ferrous. Greenheck damper models HCD-140, HCD-240, HB-110 and
HB-240, use extruded aluminum blades.

Actuators

Since each application is unique, Greenheck offers a wide selection of actuators for use with our heavy-duty
dampers. Not only can we assist with specifying the right actuator for your project, we will design and fabricate
the custom hardware to mount the actuator to the damper. When specifying an actuator, please take into
consideration the following three items:

Type - Three types available are electric, pneumatic, or manual operation. Below are common options available
for each type of actuator:
Electric- 24, 115, and 230 VAC at 50 or 60 Hz
Pneumatic - 20, 40, 60, or 80 psi (138, 276, 414, or 552 kPa)
Manual - Manual quadrant or worm gear with handwheel or chain wheel

Function - Choose between two-position, floating, or modulating service.


Two position actuators open or close the damper
Floating actuators allow the damper blades to be positioned anywhere between open and close.
Modulating actuators require a supply power and a control signal to move the damper to the desired position
between open and closed. Please specify a control signal, such as: 2-10 Vdc, 4-20 mAdc, 0-135 ohms, or
3-15 psi (21-103 kPa).

Operation - The two common types of actuator operation are spring return and power-open/power-closed (also
known as double-acting).
Spring Return actuators require power (or air) to move in one direction, while the internal spring will return the
actuator to its initial position. Spring return actuators are common on installations requiring a fail-safe design.
Power Open/Power Close actuators require power to move in both directions. Double-acting actuators are
similar to power-open/power-closed but, refer specifically to pneumatic actuators. Double-acting actuators
require an air supply to turn the actuator in either direction.

Manual Worm Gear Auma Electric Apollo Pneumatic Bettis Industrial Triac Pneumatic
Quadrant w/ Handwheel Valve w/ Limit Switch Electric Spring Spring Return
Actuator Return

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Actuator Accessories
Many accessories are available in addition to each actuator selection. Below are
several common options we can provide to customize your solution:

Actuator housings - Actuators are often subjected to hazardous environments during their
operating life. We offer many electric models with housings designed for water-tight and
dust-tight (NEMA 4), corrosion resistant (NEMA 4X), hazardous location (NEMA 7 & 9), and
short-term high temperature (250C for 1 or 2 hours) environments.

Limit switches - Limit switches are available on many actuators, but can be
installed separately to provide positive blade indication. Many limit switch packages are
offered with NEMA 4, 4X, 7, or 9 housings for hazardous environments.

Manual override - In case of a loss of power or air pressure, actuators can


be fitted with a manual override. In an emergency, the override will allow the damper to be
opened or closed through the use of a handwheel or manual quadrant.

Heater & Thermostat - A heater and thermostat can be used to regulate the actuator
temperature and can prevent condensation from forming on electrical components.

Pneumatic Accessories - Several options are available from Greenheck to control pneumatic
actuators. For two position operation, a solenoid valve (3-way or 4-way, depending on actuator
operation) can be mounted directly to the actuator in various voltages. Modulating pneumatic
actuators use a positioner with a 3-15 psi control signal to control blade position. A pneumatic
positioner can also be fitted with an I/P converter, allowing a 2-10 Vdc or 4-20mAdc control
signal input.

Transformers - Although most actuators are available in an array of voltages, those


not found can be supplied through the use of a transformer. Transformers can often be supplied
with housings that can match the housing of the actuator specified.

Model Number Code

HCD- 130
1 2 3 4
1Model Number Code 3 Blade Style
HB - Heavy-Duty Backdraft 2 - Steel 2-V or 3-V
HCD - Heavy-Duty Control Damper 3 - Steel Airfoil
HCDR - Heavy-Duty Round Control Damper 4 - Extruded Aluminum
HPR - Heavy-Duty Pressure Relief Damper 5 - Round Butterfly
HSD - Heavy-Duty Smoke Damper
HTD - Heavy-Duty Tunnel Ventilation Damper

2 Pressure Class* 4 Specials


1 - Class I ( 4 in. - 8 in. wg) 0 - Standard
2 - Class II (8.5 in. wg) 1 - Isolation Damper
3 - Class III (15 in. wg) 4 - Industrial Process Damper
4 - Class IV (25 in. wg) 5 - Insulated Blade Damper
5 - Class V (35 in. wg)
6 - Tunnel Transit
* The classes listed above are based on AMCA
performance class operating limits for
centrifugal fans (AMCA Std. 99-2408).
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HCD Series
Greenhecks HCD product line is one of the most comprehensive groups of
industrial control dampers in the industry. Capable of 45 in. wg (11200 Pa),
6000 fpm (30.5 m/s), and 1500 F* (815C), Greenhecks HCD dampers can solve industries most difficult
challenges. Each HCD damper comes standard with an extended shaft; optional is a manual quadrant or a
multitude of actuators available to meet the toughest requirements of todays industrial environments.
HCD- HCD- HCD- HCD- HCD- HCD- HCD- HCD- HCD- HCD-
120 130 135 140 220 230 240 330 430 530

Pressure 8.5 8.5 8.5 6 15 15 15 25 35 45


Maximum
in. wg (Pascal) (2117) (2117) (2117) (1494) (3736) (3736) (3736) (6227) (8718) (11209)

Velocity 3000 4000 4000 6000 4000 5000 5000 5000 6000 6000
Maximum
fpm (m/s) (15.2) (20.3) (20.3) (30.5) (20.3) (25.4) (25.4) (25.4) (30.5) (30.5)

180 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250
Maximum Standard
(82) (121) (121) (121) (121) (121) (121) (121) (121) (121)
Temperature
F (C) 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400
Optional NA NA
(204) (204) (204) (204) (204) (204) (204) (204)

Galvanized STD STD STD STD STD STD STD STD STD STD

Frame 304SS OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT

316SS OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT

Galvanized 3-V Airfoil Airfoil NA 3-V Airfoil NA Airfoil Airfoil Airfoil

304SS 3-V OPT NA NA NA OPT NA NA NA NA NA

Aluminum
Blade Prole NA NA NA STD NA NA STD NA NA NA
Airfoil

304SS Airfoil NA OPT OPT NA NA OPT NA OPT OPT OPT

*When high temperature operation 316SS


OPT OPT OPT NA OPT OPT NA OPT OPT OPT
Airfoil
is required, HCD-330 and HCD-530
have a special blade design. Axle Diameter in. (mm) 1/2 (13) 1/2 (13) 1/2 (13) 1/2 (13) 3/4 (19) 3/4 (19) 3/4 (19) 3/4 (19) 1 (25) 1 (25)
Consult factory. Blade
OPT OPT STD STD OPT OPT STD OPT OPT OPT
Seals

Jamb
Special OPT OPT STD STD OPT OPT STD OPT OPT OPT
Seals
Features
Spark A
NA NA NA NA NA NA OPT NA NA NA
resistance

Spark B & C NA NA NA OPT NA NA OPT NA NA NA

HCDR Series
To complement Greenhecks rectangular heavy-duty control dampers, the HCDR
model line offers an extensive range of round dampers for industrial use. Solid
flanges are formed around the circular frame, providing a rigid base to support the
butterfly style blade. For larger diameters, blades are reinforced with structural
supports to ensure years of operation at elevated pressures and velocities.
Each HCDR is available with EPDM, fiberglass tadpole, and silicone blade seals
to reduce leakage through the damper. Greenhecks HCDR-351 is specially
designed for isolation use, with EPDM tadpole seals providing ultra-low leakage
performance.

HCDR-150 HCDR-250 HCDR-350 HCDR-351 HCDR-150, 250, 350


20 in. wg (4982) up to 36 in. (914mm)
Pressure
Maximum 5 (1245) 8.5 (2117) 15 (3736) 15 in. wg (3736) 37 in. - 60 in.
in. wg (Pascal)
(939mm - 1524mm)

Velocity 4000 5500 6500


Maximum 6500 (33)
fpm (m/s) (20.3) (27.9) (33)

250 250 250


Maximum Standard 250 (121)
(121) (121) (121)
Temperature
F (C) 400 800 800
Optional 400 (204)
(204) (427) (427)

Painted Steel STD STD STD STD


Blade & Frame
304SS OPT OPT OPT OPT
Material
316SS OPT OPT OPT OPT

Special Blade Seals OPT OPT OPT STD


Features Bar Stops OPT OPT OPT External Standard

STD- Standard OPT- Optional NA- Not Available HCDR-351

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HB Series
Greenhecks HB series consist of several models that will meet almost any
industrial backdraft application. Each damper is designed to prevent backflow at
static pressures up to 20 in. wg (4981 Pa). Adjustable counterbalance weights are mounted externally for easy
adjustment and balancing in the field. To meet Spark A requirements, specify Greenhecks HB-240 with all-
aluminum blades, axles, and frames.

HB-110 HB-120 HB-230 HB-240 HB-330

Pressure
in. wg Maximum 5 (1245) 8.5 (2117) 13.5 (3363) 13.5 (3363) 20 (4982)
(Pascals)

Velocity
Maximum 3900 (20) 5150 (26) 5150 (26) 5150 (26) 6400 (33)
fpm (m/s)

Minimum -20F /-29C -20F /-29C -40F /-40C -40F /-40C -40F/-40C
Temperature
Fahrenheit/Celsius 180F/82C (with seals)
Maximum 180F/82C 250F/121C 250F/121C 250F/121C
250F/121C (w/o seals)

Aluminum STD NA NA OPT NA

Galvanized OPT STD STD STD STD


Frame
304SS OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT
HB-120 316SS OPT OPT OPT OPT OPT

Aluminum 2V STD NA NA NA NA

Galvanized 2V NA STD NA NA NA

304SS 2V NA OPT NA NA NA

Blade Galvanized
NA NA STD NA STD
Prole Airfoil

Aluminum Airfoil NA NA NA STD NA

304SS Airfoil NA NA OPT NA OPT

316SS Airfoil NA NA OPT NA OPT

Spark A NA NA NA OPT NA
Special
Spark B & C STD NA NA STD NA
Features
Fan Class I I, II II, III II, III III

HPR Series
Similar in construction to Greenhecks HB series, HPR dampers are built for relieving pressure in industrial
systems. Two adjustable counterbalance weights are positioned on the blade axles at 90 angles, allowing for
precise control of the dampers opening pressure in the field. Several blade profiles are available to meet greater
opening pressures and pressure drop characteristics.

HPR-120 HPR-230 HPR-330

Pressure Relief
Maximum 2 (498) 4 (996) 6 (1494)
in. wg (Pascal)

Back Pressure
Maximum 8.5 (2117) 13.5 (3363) 20 (4981)
in. wg (Pascal)

Velocity
Maximum 5150 (26) 5150 (26) 6400 (33)
fpm (m/s)

Minimum -20F / -29C -40F / -40C -40F / -40C


Temperature
Fahrenheit/Celsius 180F / 82C (with seals)
Maximum 250F / 121C 250F / 121C
250F / 121C (w/o seals)

Galvanized STD STD STD

Frame 304SS OPT OPT OPT

316SS OPT OPT OPT

2V STD NA NA
Blade Prole
Airfoil NA STD STD
HPR-120

STD- Standard OPT- Optional NA- Not Available

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HSD Series
For applications where UL555S leakage is required, look to Greenheck's
HSD-401 damper for an industrial solution. Each damper is constructed
with the same flange mount frame as the HCD series, allowing for easy
mounting to a fan outlet. Blades are extruded aluminum, and the damper
is driven by a UL555S qualified actuator.

UL 555S Class I leakage


Pressure rated for up to 6 in. wg (1494 Pa)
Velocity rated for up to 3000 fpm (15.2 m/s)
Available in sizes up to 96 in. x 60 in. (2438mm x 1524mm) or
48 in. x 120 in. (1219mm x 3048mm)

Industrial Fan Inlet/Outlet Dampers


The Industrial control damper mounted on a centrifugal fan (shown
at right) is designed to control airflow and provide shut off on inlet or
outlet of industrial fans in HVAC or industrial control systems. On this
particular fan, the damper was mounted perpendicular to fan shaft to
better distribute the high velocity at fan scroll perimeter.

Industrial backdraft dampers are used


on blower outlets for automatic isolation. They allow air to pass in one direction
and restrict flow in the opposite direction. Each damper is factory adjusted for
its intended flow direction. Multiple nested counterbalance arms and weights are
adjusted to reduce load on bearings and linkage. Industrial backdraft dampers are
recommended for low temperatures and clean air applications.

The Inlet Vane Damper (shown at right) is typically mounted to the inlet flange
of an industrial fan to control the amount of airflow entering the fan. The
parallel blade action of an Inlet Vane Damper directs the airflow into the fan to
modify the fan performance. External Inlet Vane Dampers are used for ducted
applications and those with higher pressure and velocities. Nested Inlet Vane
dampers are built into the centrifugal fan inlet cone. Inlet Box Dampers are
used to isolate fans and to pre-swirl incoming flow. These dampers are very
commonly used in coal fired power plants with dirty flue gas.

Fan Isolation Application


The Isolation damper is used with a manual quadrant or
electric actuator to control direction, limit and/or isolate the
airow as desired. If leakage rated dampers are mounted
downstream of air handling equipment, they are typically
designed with blades running horizontally.

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Tunnel Ventilation Dampers
Road and underground metro tunnels are some of the most difcult environments
in the world. High humidity, dust-laden air, and limited access can make the installation and operation of
ventilation systems problematic. However, these issues become insignicant in the event of an emergency
the dampers and fans that make up the ventilation system simply must operate when lives are on the line.
Greenhecks tunnel specic dampers, the HTD series, were designed to meet these challenges.

ConstructionGreenhecks HTD series dampers begin with the same ange mount, channel style frame as the
HCD line of products. Two blade proles are offered: the HTD-630 is designed with a fabricated airfoil blade, and
the HTD-640 uses an extruded aluminum blade. Several materials can be used to meet the requirements of each
environment, including galvanized steel, 304 or 316 stainless steel, or aluminum.

ReliabilityIn compliance with NFPA 130 and 502, HTD models are tested in Greenhecks test facility for
operation up to two hours at 482F (250C). Our engineering staff has the experience to perform any additional
tests as required including the cyclic pressure test, mimicking the piston effect caused by passing trains.

MaintainabilityHTD dampers are designed to keep maintenance procedures simple and to a low frequency.
The bearings on an HTD damper are bronze sleeve type, requiring no lubrication or maintenance throughout its
useful life. Linkages are designed for L/360 deection, and are keyed on each axle to allow for easy removal. In
addition, each axle is bolted to the damper blade, allowing for easy removal if repair is needed.

HTD-630 HTD-640

Type Flange mount channel Flange mount channel

Standard Galvanized Galvanized


Material
Optional 304SS, 316SS, painted Aluminum

Frame Standard 12 ga. (2.7mm) 12 ga. (2.7mm)


Thickness
Optional 10 ga. (3.5mm), 3/16 in. (5mm), 1/4 in. (6mm) 10 ga. (3.5mm)

Standard 8 in. (203mm) 8 in. (203mm)


Depth Optional 10 or 12 in. 10 or 12 in.
(254 or 305mm) (254 or 305mm)

Type Fabricated Airfoil Extruded Airfoil

Standard Galvanized Aluminum


Material
Optional 304SS, 316SS, painted N/A
Blades
Standard 14 ga. (2mm) .080 in. (2mm)
Thickness
Optional 12 ga. (2.7mm) N/A

Blade seals Silicone Silicone

up to 24 in. wg up to 24 in. wg
Pressure
(5978 Pa) (5978 Pa)

Performance 7cfm/sq, ft. @ 4 in. wg 6 cfm/ sq. ft. @ 4 in. wg


Leakage
(128cmh/sq. m@ 996 Pa) (110 cmh/sq. m @ 996 Pa)

Blade Deection L/360 L/360

Operation 482F (250C) for 1 or 2 hours 482F (250C) for 1 or 2 hours

Certications Standards NFPA 130,502 NFPA 130, 502

Other Tested in accordance with UL555S Tested in accordance with UL555S

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Severe Environment Solutions from Greenheck
When tested against 140 different corrosive
mediums, 316 stainless steel received an excellent
rating for over 115 of those mediums.
Our new line of Severe Materials with Excellent
Corrosion Resistance
Environment Dampers 140

offers an excellent corrosion 120

No. of Corrosive Mediums


resistant option for a variety of 100

applications: 80

Paper mills 60

40
Wastewater treatment plants
20
Labs
0
Coastal 316SS 304SS Steel Aluminum

Maritime
Computer clean room

A complete line of Fire, and Combination Fire/Smoke


Dampers can be used in marine and offshore ventilation
systems.
Greenheck has invested in state-of-the-art laboratory and testing facilities
to help develop new products and update our existing products to provide
you with the highest quality. Greenheck's laboratory facilities test products
to the latest versions of AMCA, ANSI, ASHRAE, UL, USCG and other industry
standards of performance.
Ferries
Ships
Tug Boats
Offshore oil rigs
Riverboat Casinos
Cruise ships

Our Warranty
Greenheck warrants this equipment to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period
of one year from the purchase date. Any units or parts which prove defective during the warranty
period will be replaced at our option when returned to our factory, transportation prepaid. Motors are
warranted by the motor manufacturer for a period of one year. Should motors furnished by Greenheck
prove defective during this period, they should be returned to the nearest authorized motor service
station. Greenheck will not be responsible for any removal or installation costs.
As a result of our commitment to continuous improvement, Greenheck reserves the right to change
specifications without notice.

Copyright 2005 Greenheck Fan Corp.


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