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Ventilation Equipment

The exhaust chimney is an integral part of
the ventilation system. The different parts
each come with there own important duties.

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Available Sizes:

CA-10 20"
CA-17 25"

  1. The top cone prevents rain from directly entering the chimney system. Its diameter is 2" larger than the chimney allowing rain to dissipate down the exterior chimney walls onto the roof of the building.

  2. The double-walled chimney tube extends through the attic and through the roof. The length of this depends on the attic height and must protrude through the roof. The double-wall chimney tube helps restrict humidity build-up and helps prolong sweating and dripping. The chimney tube flashing is a specially designed durable neoprene rubber which seals tightly to the chimney and has an aluminum nailer strip which fits tightly around any profile of roof sheeting for a tight water seal.

  3. The mounting of our fan is located in the fan mount ring. It has a spigot end which fits firmly into the bottom cone on one end and a ceiling-mount flange on the other end.

  4. The bottom bell which accommodates either a multifan or a Zeihl fan is flared out at the bottom. This allows unrestricted air entry into the chimney. The air damper is also mounted in the bottom cone.
equipment2.jpg Preheat Hall Inlet
This inlet is designed specifically for air intake from a preheat room. Its counter-weighted inlet door is designed to work with low static pressure with very low air speeds. It is ideal in the nursery and farrowing areas.
equipment3.jpg 24" Wall Inlet
This flush mount inlet is designed to bring fresh air directly from the outside through the wall. The curved flap allows air to be directed upwards at minimum ventilation and directly towards the livestock at floor level at maximum ventilation. The 22 " wide R.O. is ideal for a 24" studded facility.
equipment4.jpg 32" Wall Inlet
This inlet is also designed similar to the 24" with a couple of distinct differences. The center pivoting door allows air to be taken in only through the top portion of the door as required at minimum ventilation. As more ventilation is required, it allows air to come in through the bottom half of the inlet, so we can direct the air positively to the livestock as required at maximum ventilation. the other difference is it's air intake capacity is approximately 30 degrees greater.
equipment5.jpg 800 cfm Ceiling Inlet
This inlet gives you excellent air directional control. The engineered design of the curved door, along with the door squeeze, allow air to be maintained at minimum and maximum ventilation rates. The nearly indestructible double-wall polyethylene inlet discourages frost an ice build-up. This becomes extremely important at mean temperatures. This also allows the user to install heat systems where it is most efficient.
equipment6.jpg 2000 cfm Ceiling Inlet
This inlet was built to handle large volumes of air. It is used mainly in the finishing and gestation areas of the hog barn. It has the capacity of maintaining static pressure at minimum ventilation and can open up completely to accommodate dumping air at maximum ventilation.

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