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Data Center Protection

When evaluating potential HVAC equipment it is advisable to use FEMA rated louvers and grilles. FEMA rated grilles and hurricane-resistant louvers have been tested against high windloads and large missile impacts. Outside air control dampers can seal up the center when necessary to reduce humidity and heat.

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Guide for Facility Managers on the Testing and Maintenance of Fire Dampers

The significant protection capabilities of fire dampers to life and property are now widely recognized by Facility Managers throughout the United States. More and more Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ’s) and building owners are requiring fire dampers to be operational tested and maintained on a regular basis.

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Ruskin introduces EME420DDE and EME520DDE louvers – providing enhanced impact resistance for “essential facilities” and other structures

EME420DDE and EME520DDE wind-driven rain resistant louvers are qualified to the AMCA 540 Missile Level E Impact Test (55 mph impact). The models are ideal for applications located in hurricane-prone regions along the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts, and Hawaii and Puerto Rico

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New 3” vertical stationary louver from Ruskin® that meets AMCA 540 Basic Protection and 550 for High Velocity Wind Driven Rain

The EME3625DFLMD from Ruskin is the only 3-inch louver to be listed to Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) standards 540 for impact testing and 550 for high-velocity wind-driven rain. 

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EME5625MD is a new 5-inch vertical stationary louver from Ruskin® meets AMCA 540 and 550 standards, including Enhanced Protection Listed with Miami Dade & (FBC2017)

The new EME5625MD louver from Ruskin, a 5-inch vertical stationary louver, is engineered to provide added protection to buildings during hurricane conditions. In compliance with Miami-Dade standards, the EME5625MD is constructed of extruded aluminum, is low maintenance and offers high resistance to corrosion.

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Ruskin® Introduces TED50V and TED50VXT Dampers

Ruskin announces the release of two new dampers designed for reliable performance in cold temperatures

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Ruskin invests $2.2 million for R&D lab expansion in Grandview, Missouri

Ruskin is doubling the size of its research and development center in Grandview, Missouri, to support new product innovation, testing standards and cost-saving improvements for louvers, control dampers, life safety dampers, sound control and air measurement technologies

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Reliability of Today's Motorized Life-Safety Dampers Article

Featured Article in the Fall Issue of Life Safety Digest Page 17: Reliability of Today's Motorized Life-Safety Dampers - Written by Ruskin's Kent Maune

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Ruskin® expands Juarez, manufacturing plant to support damper and louver production

The new space, which opened in May, supports the production of dampers and louvers and includes assembly lines, a fabrication stamping area and other amenities. 

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Ruskin® AIRFLOW-IQ brings together electronic air measuring station with BACnet actuator and Class 1A damper

Ruskin introduces the AIRFLOW-IQ, which combines the features of the Ruskin TDP05K air flow and temperature measuring probes with the Ruskin CD50 control damper and the Ruskin VAFB24-BAC RAMS Air Measurement BACnet actuator.

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