From left Matt Gaedtke Greenheck director of lab exhaust Pam Mazue PE WSPE president Ken Kuntz Greenheck labexhaust engineering manager and Dale R Swenson PE WSPE GNPA chair

From left: Matt Gaedtke, Greenheck director of lab exhaust; Pam Mazue, PE, WSPE president; Ken Kuntz, Greenheck lab-exhaust engineering manager; and Dale R. Swenson, PE, WSPE GNPA chair.

Greenheck Recognized in WSPE New Product Competition

Greenheck’s variable-geometry nozzle is sustainable, saves energy, and ensures lab exhaust fumes are safely discharged away from the roof deck at a constant velocity.

From left: Matt Gaedtke, Greenheck director of lab exhaust; Pam Mazue, PE, WSPE president; Ken Kuntz, Greenheck lab-exhaust engineering manager; and Dale R. Swenson, PE, WSPE GNPA chair.

Greenheck, the Schofield, Wis.-based manufacturer of commercial, institutional, and industrial air-movement, conditioning, and control equipment, recently was awarded second place in the Large Company Category in the 2014 Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers (WSPE) New Product Competition for its variable-geometry nozzle for laboratory exhaust systems.

Greenheck’s variable-geometry nozzle is sustainable, saves energy, and ensures laboratory exhaust fumes are safely discharged away from the roof deck at a constant velocity. It can be used on a wide variety of laboratory exhaust applications for isolation rooms, hospitals, high-school and university, forensic, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and general research laboratories.

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