Ruskin introduces a new addition to its airfoil blade damper models. The Ruskin CD60SS is AMCA-certified for Class IA leakage resistance (three cubic feet per minute at one-inch water gauge), which meets the requirements of the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC).
The CD60SS is constructed from 304-grade stainless steel and designed for high performance in HVAC systems with velocity and pressures up to 4,000 feet per minute (fpm) velocity and 8-inch water gauge pressures. The CD60SS complements its galvanized airfoil model counterpart CD60, which is the most specified and top-selling damper for Ruskin. The stainless steel construction delivers higher durability against corrosion.
“Our latest airfoil blade damper was designed to deliver exceptional performance with high-velocity HVAC systems,” said Mike Coyazo, product manager, Ruskin. “The new stainless steel damper makes the CD60SS more corrosion resistant, resulting in lower maintenance costs.”