Ohio-based Hartzell Air Movement says it says reduces service time and moisture problems in power roof ventilators.
Ohio-based Hartzell Air Movement
has a new product that it says reduces service time and moisture problems in
power roof ventilators.
“The addition of a zero-leak service door which moves both
the propeller and motor out of the airstream has a significant impact on quick
service,” said Tom Gustafson, Hartzell’s chief technology officer. “This new
design with a zero-leak seal is a reaction to customer requests where critical
systems cannot be exposed to moisture as other fans have previously allowed.”
The new service door has several benefits for service
technicians, Gustafson added.
“By providing several new features to this service access
point, including industry-leading technology in the hinge and seal, the design
prevents the seal from being removed during cleaning as users have experienced
with other power roof ventilators,” he said.
Hartzell offers service door
July 3, 2012