New Head Vent System from Delta "T"

Thursday, April 28, 2011
Image courtesy Martin Flory

Delta "T" Systems’ new Head Vent System uses a single powerful blower to extract air from multiple heads on a vessel.  It is compact, quiet, highly effective and fully automatic. The entire Head Vent System including the blower, the control unit, and the dampers are housed within a central, remotely-located plenum box.  The plenum box measures only 16" L x 12" W x 13" H.  A single Head Vent unit is capable of ventilating up to four heads. The system is fully automatic and requires no input from the user.  Each head is fitted with a highly sensitive motion detector.  When a person enters one of the heads, the system automatically initiates the flow of air from that head.  When the person leaves the head, the system remains on for a preset length of time in order to fully ventilate the space, and then shuts down automatically.  The Head Vent System is also available in a manual version where the flow of air is started and stopped using a wall-mounted switch within each of the heads. The new Head Vent System runs on 24 volts DC and requires only one exhaust port through to the outside of the vessel.

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