EAF

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EAFElectric Arc Furnace
EAFExhaust Air Fan
EAFEgyptian Air Force
EAFEgyptian Armed Forces
EAFEcosystem Approach to Fisheries
EAFEPEC (Enteropathogenic Escherichia Coli) Adherence Factor
EAFÉpreuves Anticipées de Français (French: Early French Tests)
EAFEnterprise Architecture Framework
EAFEast Asia Forum
EAFExclusive Access Files
EAFEth Adaptation Function
EAFExperimental Art Foundation (Adelaide, South Australia)
EAFEnergy Assistance Fund (various organizations)
EAFExpeditionary Airfield
EAFExpeditionary Aerospace Forces (US DoD)
EAFEosinophilic Angiocentric Fibrosis (respiratory illness)
EAFEnergy Availability Factor (power plant performance)
EAFÉquipement Automobile Français (French: French Automotive Equipment)
EAFÉtiquette à la Française (French manners)
EAFEmployers Association of Florida
EAFEstimate-and-Forward (algorithm)
EAFÉlectricité Autonome Française (French: Independent French Electricity)
EAFEqual Access Fund (California)
EAFEntity Armed Forces
EAFEffort Adjustment Factor
EAFEnterprise Application Fabric (software)
EAFEnvironmentally Attributable Fraction
EAFEnglish Archery Federation
EAFEducational Advancement Foundation (Chicago, IL)
EAFEdinburgh Art Festival (Scotland, UK)
EAFElastic Arts Foundation (Chicago, IL)
EAFExpense Approval Form (various organizations)
EAFEarth Alliance Forces (Gundam Seed Anime)
EAFEmployer Application Form (UK)
EAFEvent Approval Form
EAFElite Armed Forces
EAFEnginemen's Assurance Fund (UK)
EAFEquipment Allowance File
EAFElectrolysis Association of Florida
EAFEngineering Analysis Function
EAFEconomic Analysis Fundamentals
EAFEvent Adaptation Function
EAFEngineering Application Framework
EAFExperimenter's Analysis Facility
EAFEconomic Adjustment Factor
EAFExport Authorization Form
EAFEffective Availability Factor
EAFÉquipe d'Approfondissement de la Foi (French: Team Deepening of Faith)
EAFEmergency Action Facility
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The fans have a diameter of just over 1 metre and weigh around 100kg, while the exhaust air fans are slightly smaller and lighter.
Furthermore, it can receive a limit signal directly from the exhaust air fan or from the recirculation damper actuator.
Each unit consists of supply and exhaust air fans, a plate recuperator for air to air heat recovery and a heat pump refrigeration system, using a scroll hermetic compressor (R410A) with evaporator and condenser coils.
The exhaust air of the upper and lower layers can be adjusted optionally via two separate exhaust air fans and the temperatures can be adjusted individually for each zone.