Bypass damper (BPK 224)
- Tube body made of sendzimir galvanised sheet steel
- Laser-welded without intruding fold
- The push-fit ends are press-calibrated according to DIN EN 12237, they are dimensionally stable and fit accurately
- Adjustable damper blade for directing the airflow
- Fulfils the function of two successively switched standard dampers
For redirection of air. Replaces two standard shut-off dampers.
Robustness: In general the lip sealing is insensitive to damages in case of slightly canted or badly trimmed ducts.
Exchange: If the lip sealing is damaged or lost due to an unforeseen event, it is only necessary to put on a new loose sealing ring.
Removal: Because of the design of the sealing, the components can easily be separated from each other again.
Visible installation: Because no additional sealing components, e.g. tape, are required, the sealing design with lip sealing system is especially suitable for visible installation and ensures a contemporary, appealing architectural design.
Hygiene: The smooth surface of the laser-welded housing prevents the accumulation of dirt and dust particles.
Stability: Non-ageing lip sealing made of EPDM - a material which is resistant to slightly aggressive vapours and chemical products.
Adjustment: The standard bypass dampers are equipped with a manual adjustment device which locks automatically
Temperature range: The bypass dampers can be operated in temperature ranges between -15°C to +100 °C .
Sealing system: The push-fit ends are airtight according to DIN EN 12237 Class D.
The shaft feed-through of the shut-off disc is located in a maintenance-free and airtight screw connection.
Version 1: Bypass damper with manual adjustment BPKH
Version 2: Bypass damper with console for motor adjustment BPKM
Ref. No.: 224
BPKH, (BPKM), - Make: AEROTECHNIK E. Siegwart.
Housing made of sendzimir galvanised sheet steel - laser-welded, the shaft feed-through of the shut-off disc is located in a maintenance-free and airtight screw connection; push-fit ends airtight according to DIN EN 12237 Class D Temperature range for application: -15° C to +100° C