Ruskin is proud to announce the latest addition to its line of air monitoring dampers. The CDRAMS model is a true round air monitoring, low leak control damper that is easily installed in round spiral ductwork."The industry has been demanding a round air measuring damper with low leakage," said Michael Wiltfong, head of Ruskin's Control Dampers group. "And Ruskin met the challenge."The CDRAMS joins the [model:iaq50]IAQ50[/model] and [model:ams50]AMS50[/model] as Ruskin's latest air measuring damper. These dampers enable buildings to better meet ASHRAE Standard 62, which defines the requirements for indoor air quality. The CDRAMS also features:[list][*]Specially designed blade-to-frame polyethylene foam seals that fully encompass the edge of the damper.[*]Extruded aluminum airfoil sensing tubes that sample the air pressure across the full diameter of the duct.[*]Ease of operation with optional manual, pneumatic, or electric actuators.[/list]Ruskin's CDRAMS provides the solution to providing indoor air quality with round ductwork, and will be available in July. For more information, contact your [link:http://home.ruskin/wwwruskin/reps]local Ruskin representative[/link], or contact Ruskin directly at (816)761-7476.
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