What is Turbo Ventilators?
Static ventilators in all shapes and sizes have been used traditionally on industrial buildings. Recently, however, Turbo Ventilators have begun to replace the static ventilator.
Within the industrial environment, the static ventilator is the major opposition to the Turbo Ventilators. The static ventilator is, however, less effective as it only relies on the upward motion of hot air to perform its function.
Due to the necessary weatherproofing of these ventilators their effectiveness is usually around 60% of their free area. The static ventilators have been around for many years and have been the standard for ventilation.
Mechanical ventilation usually takes the form of extraction fans that are electrically powered. There is sometimes no substitute for mechanical ventilation when huge or precise amounts of air have to be moved. They are however expensive (maintenance and electricity) and are often not switched on due to the high noise levels they create. Therefore, Turbo Ventilators are sometimes a better solution than electric fans.
Turbo ventilation is an air-powered process in which hot, stale and polluted indoor air is continuously replaced with by cool, fresh and clean outdoor air. The mechanics involves in the air movement is very simple. The hot air inside the shed tends to rise up, when the turbo extractor rotate, they suck the warm air out through the vents. A highest wind draft induces out word airflow by centrifugal force. This result in negative pressure inside the shed, Fresh Ambient air from out side rushes in to maintain equilibrium.
Benefits of Turbo Ventilators
In addition to delivering the benefits of improved indoor air quality (IAQ), the fact that Turbo Ventilators are totally air-powered and maintenance free, makes them both "green" and cost-effective.
- Makes thermal insulation more effective and durable
- The Turbo Ventilators are maintenance free
- Works all the time, even when the building is closed
- Silent operation
- Performs better than static ventilators
- Lightweight construction means roofs do not need reinforcing
- Does not impact on the environment