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3 Type of Dampers for Cement Plants

Dampers are undoubtedly one of the important components in a factory that needs to have a controlled environment. Any HVAC installed requires dampers to control and regulate the airflow. In the case of the cement industry, dampers play an important role in maintaining the temperature. They are also vital in effectively controlling the flow of

Gas Tight Damper

The modern gas-tight damper is designed in such a way that it can isolate sections of a ventilation system with an extremely high level of sealing (shut-off). This may be necessary for safety reasons under certain operating conditions.

EB Air IPSD series shut-off dampers are designed to work after closure, even with a failure in the power supply to the actuator, the gas-tight damper maintains the closure sealed in accordance with KTA 1401 (Guidelines for Nuclear Power Plants) and for Oil and Gas applications. Our compact design with a robust actuator mechanism of shut-off dampers allows installation in any orientation.

EB Air Bubble Tight Damper for BSL-2 Application

Research laboratories including Bio Safety Labs (BSL) maintain stringent conditions to operability generally a condition of pristine sterility and free of contaminants generally termed as Class 1-10000 in Cleanroom accreditation. To maintain correct pressurization (generally positive), Clean rooms, Bio-Safety laboratories are maintained to have proper circulation of air, temperature thus controlling the operation through sensors

Air Dampers for COVID-19 Patient Care (Case Study)

Air Dampers in Healthcare Sectors EB Air Bubble Tight Dampers that were supplied to many hospitals pre and during COVID-19 times have been assisting and allowing Isolation rooms/areas to maintain negative pressure as well preventing cross-contamination of air that could potentially be harmful at breathing level. How EB Air Dampers are helping COVID-19 Patient Care

(Shut-off) Gas Tight Dampers

What is Gas Tight Damper? The general gas-tight damper keeps the air either trapped into the system or lets it out. They complement the down flow induction unit to monitor the airflow across the system. Sometimes known as tight seal dampers because they can keep the warm air trapped inside the chimney or the system

Advantages of Using Tight Seal Dampers

If you are moving into a new home that is equipped with a fireplace, you may have heard of the word ‘damper’ being thrown around by your estate agent. While a fireplace damper is considered an essential element of a fireplace setup, very few people understand its significance and the benefits associated with it. Let

Zero Leakage EB Air Damper for Containment System

Recently EB Air Control concluded few tests for Damper leakage to validate tight seal on critical applications. The company has been receiving a lot of enquiries on applications pertaining to sealing airflow, preventing cross-contamination as well as undue spillage, or mixing foul air in unwanted spaces. Test results have shown that EB Air Bubble Tight/ Low

EB Air Bubble Tight Damper with 0.5 bar test and KTA-1401

Given the rise and requirements of stringent criteria bordering critical applications, more and more projects in South East Asia are being designed around Bubble Tight Damper specification calling for dampers to hold pressure at 0.5 bar. It is needless to mention that for the first time one is seeing more pressure and options being played

Low Leakage Damper

Low Leakage Damper manufactured by EB Air Control is by far the most effective Air Leakage Control Damper available in the market. Both for high-end and medium-end applications, EB Air supplied Low Leakage Damper is capable of handling any critical applications from Pharmaceuticals, Laboratory, Fumigation, Wastewater, and Industrial processes. High pressure and temperature application design

Importance of Bypass Damper for HVAC Zones

Zoned HVAC systems are like the breath of fresh air in hot seasons. In a two-storied home where a single air conditioner is connected to one downstairs thermostat, the second floor gets much hotter than the first floor. The difference in temperature can even be 2 to 5 degrees. Zoned systems offer an amazing solution