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Envirco® Introduces the MAC-T Ceiling Grid System for Cleanrooms
Date:8/20/2013

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  • 3/8” thread rod and turnbuckle or 3/8” eye bolt and 12 ga. Ceiling wire
  • Main T lengths up to 20 feet
  • Supplied with a complete one year warranty
  • For connection and suspension at any point, Envirco’s gasket seal grid ceiling system allows you the versatile option of using ¼-20 threaded eye bolts and hanging it from a unistrut. It also has lightweight multi-purpose connectors that join the grid members, providing a suspension point from grid wire-hung eye bolts.

    Cleanrooms in Microelectronics, Medical Device, Semiconductor, Laboratory, Pharmaceutical and Nanotechnology markets are just a sampling of the installations using the T-Grid systems to alleviate the suspension challenges of fan filter units. Many place their trust in Envirco air cleaning products for long-term performance and service - they know that Envirco has a proven track record of providing engineered designs to meet the specific demands of challenging applications.

    “We are pleased to continue providing our customers with additional products that complement our line and their needs. The MAC-T Grid System is economical, while solving the connection needs for the MAC 10 FFU line,” says Les Goldsmith, National Sales Manager of Envirco.

    More information about the T-Grid and Clean air applications can be found at Envirco Products or contact Envirco at info(at)envirco(dot)com.

    About Trion Indoor Air Quality
    Envirco is one of three brands of the Trion Indoor Air Quality (Trion IAQ) group that is owned by Air System Components, Inc. (ASC). ASC is a market-leading supplier of heating, air conditioning, and ventilation system components for commercial and residential applications. Envirco is a division of Air System Components, Inc. (ASC). ASC is a subsidiary of Air Distribution Technologies, Inc. For more information about Envirco air distribution solutions, visit '/>"/>

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