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Ventilation System Installation and Fabrication




     VentilationUSA provides complete installation of your ventilation system with little construction.

     Our typical installations are performed in but definitely not limited to industrial applications such as Welding Shops, Machine Shops, Electroplating. Municipal facilities such as Municipal Garages, Fire Departments, and Parks Departments. Our systems also in use at Construction Companies, Warehouses, Gyms, Pools, Retail Outlets, Grocery stores, and Temporary structures.





Cost Cutting Installation Services · Installation Steps · Past Installation Projects

Cost Cutting Installation Services
-Do-it-yourself training
-Project managed by a local contractor installation (saving costly crew travel expenses)
-Collaboration with your employees to install your system (saving premium labor rates)
-Design build using local materials and labor




Installation Steps
A typical installation for a Keep the Heat system involves:

     1) Building a flange to mount any one of our systems in your building.

     2) Then we cut the hole and insert and mount the flange to the side of your building.

     3) Next we attach the unit to the building and flange.

     4) Preparing the interior ductwork we place "ring spacers" every three to four feet on the eleven
          3" tubes.

     5) After this we raise 10' sections of the chute to the ceiling level and attach 3" couplers from the
          head of unit to the ADS tubes located in the chute.

     6) Attaching the "non flanged" end of ductwork to the head of unit is the next step. At this point
          additional tubing or PVC is added as needed.
                        Note: Some of our customers have used PVC or corrugated tubing and some have
                         used a combination of these.

     7) The final step is to have an electrician wire switches. We suggest using separate switches
           for each motor.
                        Note: The motors are variable speed so you may want to install speed control switches
                        if you desire.




Past Installation Projects
Keep the Heat™ Projects and Temperature Chart
Account Outside Air     Ceiling Temp     Fresh Air
Iowa Precision-117064
CR Conveying-117571
Jones County Maint.    -87065
Dave Schmitt Const.-87065
Simon Welding135550
MSI Mold Builders -67467
Bowker Mechanical -66257
Keating Steel237269
Dave Schmitt Const. 06662
Gemini Valve 237265
Steger-Hiderscheit 26864
Sadler Machine Shop -77066
Altorfer-Cedar Rapids-77974
New-Cor -67164
Rochester Tractor Equip07269
Ellis Mfg. 86155
Rental Service Corp107367
Conveyor Engineer 126155
Altofer CAT Davenport 277268
Altofer CAT Peoria 287268
Precision Tool336966
Paper-Calmenson337168
Color-Box 347569
Altofer CAT CR 347268
Gen. Grind & Machine396965
Daniel Yoder & Son 437067
Wendling Quarries 476562
  • Outside Air = Air taken directly from the outside and forced into the 3" corrugated tubing.
  • Ceiling Temp = Air temperature of the ceiling of your building. This is where we get the air we are going to exhaust.
  • Fresh Air = This is the air we bring into your building directly from the outside and deliver this air in your shop at about 3' from the floor.



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    · Typical Through the Wall Type Quietair<sup>TM</sup> Installation

    · How the Keep the Heat System Works

    · BPE Air-to-Air Heat Exchangers

    · How CAPs Work


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