EVE-2-108 Air Curtain

Elite Vestibule Exception • 2 Motors • 108" Wide • Unheated

EVE-2-108 Air Curtain
EVE-2-108 Air Curtain | Intertek ETL Listed C US EVE-2-108 Air Curtain | Made in the USA

Powered Aire’s Elite Vestibule Exception, EVE, was developed to be an architecturally appealing air curtain that can used as an exception to vestibules. The unit has met all criteria per various codes and has been tested in accordance with the ANSI/AMCA 220 standard. The EVE merges aesthetics and performance into a fashionable, low-profile air curtain designed for front-entry applications. The EVE offers a stylish intake and a curved, contemporary silhouette. Available in brushed stainless steel, a highly-polished mirrored steel, white powder coat or black powder coat, the EVE blends into a building’s architectural design and layout while effectively creating a barrier that separates indoor and outdoor environments.

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Single Incremental Widths


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Heavy Duty Motors

1/5 HP

Key Design Features

  • Meets ASHRAE 90.1 and IECC requirements for vestibule exception
  • AMCA tested performance
  • Low-profile outer cabinet available in brushed stainless steel, matte black, or gloss white
  • 1/5 HP ODP (Open Drip Proof) direct-drive variable-speed motor(s)
  • Adjustable air foil vane (+/-20˚)

Recommended Air Curtain Controls

  • Activation by 24V magnetic door switch
  • SmartTouch controller
  • Filter (washable)

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360 View | EVE-2-108 | Air Curtain | 108” Elite Vestibule Exception Unheated
EVE-2-108 | Performance Table
MODELNozzle Width (in.)Max. FPM at NozzleAvg. Outlet Velocity (FPM)Airflow Rate (CFM)Outlet Velocity UniformityPower Rating (kW)Number of MotorsMotor HPWeight (lbs)

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