Wind-Driven Rain Louver From Greenheck

The new Model EVH-901 dual module louver provides for high volume intake and exhaust ventilation and protects against water penetration even under the most severe wind-driven rain conditions.


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The new Model EVH-901 dual module louver provides for high volume intake and exhaust ventilation and protects against water penetration even under the most severe wind-driven rain conditions.
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Wind-Driven Rain Louver From Greenheck

Wind-Driven Rain Louver From Greenheck

Greenheck’s new Model EVH-901 dual module louver provides for high volume intake and exhaust ventilation and protects against water penetration even under the most severe wind-driven rain conditions.

Greenheck louverModel EHV-901 is AMCA 540 and 550 Listed for Wind Borne Debris and High Velocity Wind Driven Rain protection and AMCA Certified for Water Penetration, Air Performance and Wind-Driven Rain. Model EVH-901 incorporates  a factory assembled horizontal blade front model and vertical blade rear module to fit both the desired form and function for louvers applied in the Hurricane Prone Region.

The International Building Code requires that all intake and exhaust ventilation louvers in the Hurricane Prone Region comply with AMCA 550 (High Velocity Wind Driven Rain) and AMCA 540 (Test Method for Louvers Impacted by Wind Borne Debris) for certain applications in the Wind Borne Debris Region of the Hurricane Prone Region.

Manufactured of extruded aluminum, Greenheck louvers can be specified with a variety of options in a broad array of architectural finishes for durability and compatibility with adjacent components. Greenheck is a worldwide leader in manufacturing and distributing air movement, conditioning and control equipment.

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