These optimal quality Roof Ventilators are attached with a turbine, which helps these to use wind energy
for starting the air flow. Furthermore, our product makes use of centrifugal action
for creating a low pressure area by the winds, which is mainly the cause of the
spinning action. Thereafter, the turbine releases the air and replaces it from the
fresh air outside. Even at the slightest breeze, this turbine can rotate removing
the air with the help of fly wheel effect of the rotor cage.
Benefits of Roof Ventilation
- Remove heat and moisture from the curing area in a timely
and controlled manner
- Prevent heat and moisture loss into the production area,
which eliminates housekeeping and corrosion issues
- Increase ex-chamber concrete strength by 10% to 15% due
to controlled drying
- Reduce condensation on floors and other curing area surfaces,
preventing operating issues with transport equipment and improving safety
- High performance axial ventilator is located in the rear
wall of the curing area.
- Fresh air intake is in the front of the curing area and
may be achieved by raising automatic doors or through the use of louvers.
- Gravity-operated louvers or motorized dampers are installed
to reduce heat loss through exhaust openings.
- Exposed openings may require protective high-efficiency
fiberglass cowlings mounted to the building wall to prevent the encroachment of