Quit disturbing your neighbors.

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Greenheck now offers low sound condenser fans as a standard offering on its Model RV and RVE pre-engineered packaged rooftop ventilation systems. Condenser fan noise levels can be a challenge with air-cooled packaged rooftop equipment installations. If the equipment is too loud, or placed too close to other buildings, corrective actions are time consuming and costly.

Greenheck’s low sound condenser fans offer a sound power reduction on average of 5-8 decibels when compared to standard condenser fans resulting in perceived sound levels being reduced by up to 50%. An optional electronically commutated motor is also available for increased system efficiency and provides additional sound power reduction at part load conditions.

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Conserve in comfort.

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Greenheck’s Dedicated Outdoor Air System (DOAS) has a unit dedicated to providing cooled, dehumidified fresh air during the summer and heated fresh air in the winter.

Fresh outdoor air is preconditioned by the enthalpy wheel, recovering up to 80% of the energy from the exhaust air, while the coil section further conditions the outdoor air to the desired conditions, combining the benefits of the total energy wheel with supplemental heating and cooling.

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Ancient Remains

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Occupying nearly a full city block of the town of Lemmon, South Dakota, the Lemmon Petrified Wood Park is a curiosity of both geology and architecture. It’s also the largest of its kind park, with petrified dinosaur and mammoth bones dating back an estimated 50 million years, spires up to 20 feet tall and a castle constructed with petrified wood.

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Now Available For Dampers

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In CAPS® 4.22, (January 2017 release), Revit® content will be available for control dampers (VCD series) and life safety dampers (FSD and SMD series). Revit content will give you the precise location, position and overall assembly dimensions of externally mounted actuators.

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Revit View, FSD-211 24 x 24

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Revit Drawings

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The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requires ample access is provided for inspection and maintenance of all fire and smoke damper operating components. Defining the actuator location during the design process can be an asset in the coordination of building electrical and safety control system requirements. A designer can take advantage of the actuator space requirements provided in Revit models to define the access area during the design phase versus during installation.

Revit content generated from CAPS will include electrical, control, performance (pressure drop), and rating information which can be used in specifications, to populate schedules and calculate the overall pressure drop of the building.

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Did You Know?

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The George S. Mickelson Trail is South Dakota’s premier rails-to-trails project. This award winning tail stretches 114 miles from Deadwood to Edgemont.  It’s ideal for biking, hiking, running and skiing.

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Now Available On eCAPS

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Greenheck has added 75 new louver models to eCAPS, its online engineer application suite. Designed to simplify the task of finding the right fan or louver model while delivering the best value for your budget, eCAPS is a powerful tool for product selection and scheduling.

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The Mammoth Site

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“The Mammoth Site” in Hot Springs, South Dakota, boasts the world’s largest concentration of intact Columbian mammoth and woolly mammoth bones. The discovery remains untouched to this day.

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