Eight out of ten industrial and commercial buildings in South Africa are inadequately ventilated. Mounted to the roof, turbine ventilators extract hot, stale and polluted indoor air.
Green and cost-effective:natural ventilation for your factory,warehouse or home
effective in gentle breezes or high-speed winds
HOW DOES A TURBINE VENTILATOR WORK?
Turbines provide natural ventilation by replacing hot, stale air inside buildings with clean, fresh air from outside.
The mechanics are simple: The heads of the ventilators contain fins, which catch the wind as it blows. This causes the ventilators to spin, creating an extraction vortex below that removes old air from the building.
Stale air is expelled through the throat of the ventilator, and cool, clean air is replaced through louvres and other openings at low level.
The continuous natural ventilation capabilities of the system vastly improve indoor air quality, and ensure that air inside the building is always fresh and clean. The system runs continually and has the capacity to remove vast amounts of air from indoor spaces.