A new critical environment damper series from Ruskin® is designed and manufactured to withstand the elements of coastal and corrosive applications. The CD50CE and TED50CE combine the strength of stainless steel and protection of anodized aluminum to combat salt water elements.
“Our reps can now easily select a damper model with features suitable for coastal or corrosive applications,” said Mike Coyazo, commercial and life safety product manager at Ruskin. “Stainless steel linkage and anodized aluminum frames and blades come standard in these new models, making them perfect for harsh applications where salt water is present.”
The CD50CE is Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) licensed as Class 1A and, thanks to low-leak extruded aluminum, meets the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). The damper features low-maintenance, non-corrosive bearings and shake-proof linkage; airfoil blades for high-velocity heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, low pressure
drop and quieter performance; and mechanically-fastened blade edge seals.
The thermal-efficient TED50CE eliminates thermal transfer and the potential for condensation. The damper also meets the IECC, features the same non-corrosive bearings and shake-proof linkage as the CD50CE and includes twin seals to ensure no thermal path.
The CD50CE and TED50CE are covered under the Ruskin five-year limited warranty program. The program – recently extended from one year to five years
from the date of delivery – demonstrates the company’s commitment to quality and makes it easier for engineers to specify Ruskin products.
To learn more about the Ruskin CD50CE
dampers, visit http://www.ruskin.com/catalog/category/995~critical-environment-dampers
The Ruskin® CD50CE (left) and TED50CE (right) critical environment dampers combine the strength of stainless steel and protection of anodized aluminum to withstand coastal and corrosive applications.
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