Aerating systems are based on the principle of natural ventilation.
Environmental conditions at the workplace are one of the key factors when assessing productivity in any sector. When assessing such conditions, the most important factors are temperature and cleanliness of the atmosphere, as well as the movement of air.
- Evacuate heat generated by the industrial process and/or solar radiation.
- Renew air staled by industrial and/or pollutant effluxes in the building.
- Improve humidity control in the building by removing moisture or regulating temperature (condensation).
- Extract fumes produced by the industrial activity or fire (safety aerating).
Static ventilation systems
They can be installed individually on the roof where required, and one great benefit is the ease and speed with which they can be fitted without having to stop production. They can also be adapted to any kind of roof or slope by means of a custom-built support bracket.
As the name suggests, this system works on the “Venturi principle” by taking advantage of the outside wind which, as it blows through the flaps, causes a counter-pressure that sucks the inside air outwards, thus providing for constant air renewal.
It operates on the basis of wind power and the pressure difference inside and outside the building. Although it is really a static aerator, the wind energy makes it dynamic, with improved air extra
Aerators are fitted lineally along the highest part of the building, normally on the ridge, according to prescribed standards. They require metal brackets made to match the slope of the roof or the type of building.
This is the most widely used system in new buildings given the ease with which it can be installed and fitted on any kind of roof. It can be delivered in pieces (with support bracket and covers) for assembly on site or fully assembled without the brackets.
Dynamic ventilation systems
They both work in a similar way to static systems, but are enhanced with a motor which enables the air extraction rates required for the building in question to be achieved, regardless of the weather conditions.
Recommended for industrial workshops where the nature of the business indoors calls for rapid and easy air renewal: Presence of fumes, steam, dust or significant heat.