Model 5000 Series Motorised Damper

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

 

The Prefco/Bullock combination air/smoke/fire damper is a unique 3 in 1 damper. Designed to perform three important but basic functions within a buildings heating, ventilation or air conditioning (HVAC) system

 

  • A fire damper, to stop materials of combustion transferring throughout a building and retain a compartments fire integrity
  • A smoke damper to control toxic smoke from a fire zone
  • To simply control conditioned air in various areas when required
  • A combination of all three in the one fire rated element

 

Fire tested for a 4 hour rating to AS1530.4-1975, BS476:Part 20-1987

Fire tested for a 3 hour fire rating to UL555. Performance leakage tested to UL555S

 

 

FEATURES – MODEL 5150

 

Model 5000-Motorised combination air/smoke damper. The model 5000 Prefco/Bullock motorised air/smoke damper features a 1.6mm galvanised steel fire damper casing complete with flange angles. Roll-formed galvanised steel blades are centre pivoting allowing bi-directional airflow and operation at elevated temperatures. This unique blade design is airflow tested proven to be superior to airfoil type designs, resulting in less airflow resistence. the actuator drive is a zinc plated 1/2 inch round shaft which is mechanically fixed to the plates via stainless steel pivots ensuring a smooth positive blade action at various velocities. Zero torque is required when the dampers blades are in the closed position due to the patented knee action black locking and smoke sealing system.

 

  • Optional extras available
  • Minimum sizes apply

 

 

FEATURES – MODEL 5020-1

 

Model 5000-Motorised combination fire/smoke damper. The model 5020-1 Prefco/Bullock motorised smoke/fire damper is based upon the model 5000 and comes complete with the McCabe link. The McCabe link is a 68 degree C. Re-settable, re-usable bi-metallic thermal link. Once the disconnect temperature of the link is reached, the spring loaded damper blades snap closed. The patented knee action blade locking system holds the blades tightly closed. This can be overridden but only if the link has cooled to a temperature below 68 deg C. and if the actuator is still operational, to cycle the reconnection of the link to the blades. Smoke purging of the fire zone can then be achieved if the actuator power is then de-energised.

 

  • Optional extras available
  • Minimum sizes apply

 

 

EXPANSION GAP SPACERS

Expansion gap spacers will come fitted to Bullock fire dampers to ensure the damper is centered within the penetration, they will not sag like other insulated products leading to gaps above the damper over time.

 

They do not completely encapsulate the damper making installation easy even in the ugliest hole!

 

Tested to AS1530.4, Patent number 726578

 

TESTS

  • AS1530.4-1975 4hr FRL. - Sponsored investigation - 1797
    Size: 2733mm Wide x 2400mm High
    Date 13 February 1985
  • BS 476. Part 20-1987 4hr FRL. Test Number - TE87808A
  • UL555 3hr classification. (FRL) - Test number -R6189-6
  • EXOVA 2hr Plasterboard wall installation. Assessment number -27030-03
  • C.S.I.R.O. 2hr Masonry/Plasterboard wall installation. Assessment number FCO - 1992

DAMPER SIZES

Minimum size available:250mm Wide x 300mm High
Maximum size available:2733mm Wide x 2400mm High
Minimum wall thickness:Duct to Duct = 90mm Duct to Grille = 260mm (maximum recess=40mm)

McCABE® LINK

The McCabe re-settable, re-usable, bi-metallic thermal 68 C. Link (Standard).

 

  • Tested to AS1890-1976. Test number-2847. (NATA-607)
  • Underwriters Laboratories test (ul33) – 1976. Test number – R7569

 

 

ETDF / ETDC

TDF/TDC channels solved the problem of how to connect duct to a fire damper creating an air tight seal and still maintaining a breakaway joint. However, having to notch the duct when connecting to Motorised Fire/Smoke dampers was a definite problem.

 

With the new ETDF/ETDC the drive shaft no longer gets in the way of the duct connection and the actuator gets mounted on the damper channel, where it should be, not on the duct. Bullock have made compliance with AS1682.2 much easier, but remember, only use nylon bolts and nylon cleats.

 

 

INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE

Installation – Instructions are critical, to comply with AS1682.2-1990. Refer to the manufacturers seperate installation instructions to suit your designed application

 

Maintenance – This damper requires little maintenance once installed, refer to AS1851.6-1997 for detailed maintenance procedures