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Damper Dimensions

Options for Louvers

The Condenser - Anatomy of a Louver

Options for Control Dampers

The Condenser: Extendables - Extensions for Damper Blade Shafts

Air Leakage - The Performance Killer

The Condenser - Air Performance and Keeping the Flow

The Condenser: UL and You

Ten Important Traits of Highly Effective Louvers

The History of MCDLG

Tough Times - Then and Now

Specifications - The Plans To Your Building

MCDLG is Here to Help

The Condenser: Free Area - The Space Between Blades

The Four Types of Life Safety Dampers

The Condenser: Containing the Blaze

The Condenser: Electric Actuation

Seven Specialty Applications for Louvers

Maintaining Control Dampers

AMCA 540 and 550: Tougher Tests for Hurricane Louvers

2019 - A Year in Review with MCDLG's Ken Wahlers

Backdraft Dampers - One-Way Airflow

Louvers for Every Occasion? - Choosing for Various Applications

Industrial Dampers - For Heavy Duty Applications

Maximizing Efficiency with Louvers

Thin Line Louvers for Architectural Design and PTAC

Parallel or Opposed? Blade Orientation for Control Dampers

Louver Blades - A Primer

Control versus Balance - The Difference Between Dampers

Louver Aesthetics - Form, Shape, Color

Five Types of Dampers and When To Use Them

Anatomy of a Submittal

A Year in Review with Ken Wahlers, President of MCDLG

Actuators - Making Adjustments

AMCA Testing - AMCA Seals for Louvers

Drain Pans and Sill Extensions - An Explanation

AMCA Testing - Water Penetration

MCDLG Interview - David Saulten on Louvers and the A'18 Conference

AMCA Testing - Wind Driven Rain

MCDLG Interview - David Saulten on A'18 and Wind Driven Rain Louvers

MCDLG Interviews - Greg Crosby on NFPA 2018 and UL Life Safety

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