We are Leading Supplier, Trader, Distributor & Dealer of Ridge Ventilator in India
|Material||Cast Iron, Aluminium, Stainless Steel|
|width a tolerance||0mm to 4mm eg|
|Length || 7600 mm|
. Which is extremely efficient and requires minimum maintenance. This ventilator is perfect for environments such as factories, as it exchanges the air between the inside and the outside, allowing for coolness and fresh air. The unique design blends in perfectly with different buildings and structures, this can be attributed to its simple likable design.
1. Engineered design:
The starved ridge ventilator takes maximum advantage of natural stack action, which is a result of the temperature difference between the inside and outside of the factory causing pressure variations resulting in air movement. Heat from the plant; personnel and also solar heat radiating through the roof and walls, warm the inside air which rises and flows out of the building through the vented ridge. It is for this reason that the vented ridge should be mounted on the ridge of a stopping structure or above areas of concentrated heat on flat roofed buildings. The hot air is then replaced by cooler air, which must be allowed to enter the building through openings at its base. 2. Application:
The starved ridge vent provides continuous natural ventilation with effective weather protection, under normal weather conditions. The vent ridge is designed to effectively remove heat, smoke, and fumes on an ongoing basis from factories and industrial buildings. 3. Adaptability:
The starved ridge vent can be fitted to almost any part of the roof, providing the roof units could be fitted over a concentrated area where an exhaust system is essential or it can be installed continuously along the ridge. 4. Length:
Lengths are available to suit all applications and should be ordered to make the most maximum recommended length is 7600 mm. Consideration should be given to handling and transportation of the material when ordering the required length.
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