Hercules Custom Louvers provides various different types of louvers in all sizes, shapes, and styles. However, one type of louver stands out a bit compared to the others. Those would be our industrial louvers. Our louver blades provide maximum airflow while still being strong enough to stand up and defend against any industrial application. Aside from the extreme durability, our louvers are installed onto buildings for a seamless and sleek look, all while ensuring they do their job without getting in the way. Our industrial louvers encourage the flow of natural air within a structure. They are excellent for protection with a ventilator or HVAC system. Read on to learn how our industrial louvers stack up against other types of louvers on the market.
How Do They Compare to Usual Louvers?
The durability of industrial louvers is incomparable to your average everyday louver. They are typically larger, made of unbending stainless steel, or in our case: aluminum. They also use heavy-duty gears and cranks to withstand any breakages and work together to create one elongated row of louvers. Hercules’ design team is always elevating the standards for industrial louvers through prevailing and creating cutting-edge security fencing and louvers.
Which Material Works the Very Best For Industrial Louvers?
Perimeter security, HVAC units, systems, and general security for industrial worksites and businesses are the very best locations for an industrial louver installation. Our industrial louvers are optimum for these kinds of environments due to their durability. They can stand up to the everyday wear and tear, high heat, and impacts that are found in their industrial settings. Industrial louvers use many types of materials, including:
- Stainless steel: is quite durable, as it can hold up to scorching temperatures while maintaining its durability. Lower maintenance is required over its long lifespan. It is also suitable for any hygienic applications. It is typically the heaviest option and can be very expensive as a result.
- Aluminum: This is our specialty and go-to material here at Hercules Custom Louvers. Aluminum is lower cost, lower weight, and much easier to maintain. It also does not rust or corrode. It isn’t quite as durable as stainless steel, but it is still suitable for most industrial environments.
- Galvanized Steel: this is a kind of steel with a coat of zinc for handy corrosion resistance and improved durability. It is a bit stronger than aluminum but will rust eventually.
QUALITY LOUVERS FROM HERCULES CUSTOM LOUVERS
When you are ready for quality louvers, the professionals at Hercules Custom Louvers are ready to help. For more information and to learn how we can meet your custom louver needs, contact Hercules Custom Louvers online or giving us a call at 1-800-331-2590. We will ensure your investment serves your property for years to come! For updates and to see projects we’re working on, visit us on Facebook, Twitter, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest.