Results for: dampers

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 set up, very few people understand its significance and the benefits associated with it. Let

Difference Between Dampers and Louvers

Dampers and louvers both are used to manage the free flow of air but with different purposes. People often get confused between louvers and dampers due to a few of the similarities they have. For instance, they both have exterior frames and horizontal blades. Moreover, they are mostly placed on walls and can work as

Types of Dampers in HVAC

A damper in an HVAC system, also known as Duct Damper or Volume Balancing Damper is a movable plate, situated in the ductwork that regulates the flow of air and redirects it to specific places of a house. The usage of dampers is typically seen in zoning or zone control systems. Air Dampers are an

How Bubble Tight Dampers Works?

Dampers are mechanical devices. Dampers are usually introduced into fluid flow systems to regulate the flow or to stop it completely. Dampers are designed so they can perform various functions, like controlling the volume of fluid, determining the direction, or shutting off or isolating in case of situations that need such an action. Types of

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

Prevention of Cross Contamination and contaminants spread

At this point of time, when the world is dealing with a coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, proper and effective health facility management has become crucial. Improper isolation and lack of ventilation can even make the situation worse by accelerating the spread of any airborne disease more rapidly. The affected patients need to be isolated immediately to

Controlling Cross Contamination – Isolation and Containment

It is increasingly becoming important worldwide as well mandate under critical working environment to prevent mixing or contact of bio-contaminants or two types of air resulting contamination of one by the other. Especially when the world is plagued by viruses, airborne germs, and other harmful factors, it is even more meaningful to having space properly

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