Turbo Ventilator FAQ

Q. Will there be any water leakage through the Roof Ventilator? 

Ans. The assembly sequence in which every succeeding vane is overlapping over preceding ones, there is neither any water seepage through Roof Ventilator nor any foreign particles enter the working environment. This is due to the fact that any material entering the Roof Ventilator has to hit the vanes, which throw out the same due to centrifugal force. 

Q. What happens when the Roof velocity is very low? 

Ans. In actual practice Roof velocity can never be Zero. Roof Ventilator is designed to work even at Roof velocity of 0.2 meters per second. Further, the temperature difference between the work place and the atmosphere, ensure continuous rotation and ensure continuous ventilation. 

Q. How much of power can be conserved by using Roof Ventilators? 

Ans. On an average, 1500 KW electric energy can be saved per Annum per Roof Ventilator (condition). 

Q. Is there any commercial benefit in Roof Ventilators? 

Ans. Yes. Apart from saving in electricity charges, buyer can get 80% depreciation under Sec. 32 of Income Tax act. 

Q. What is adjustable elbow in Roof Ventilators? 

Ans. They are two pieces of circular ducting, which can change the inclination of axis of rotation required to ensure vertically of central shaft of the turbine, which enhances performance, & life of ventilator. 

Q. Where do you find Roof Air Ventilators to be most effective? 

Ans. Roof Ventilators should to be installed only at the highest point of roofing to ensure proper & efficient extraction of hot air, as the hot air tends to rise to the highest point. This is also considering the fact that at the highest point of roofing, Roof ventilators can take advantage of Roof speed irrespective of direction of Roof blowing. 

Q. Does offer any product designed especially for very low wind velocity areas? 

Ans. Yes! As a leader, it is always our endeavor to bridge the market Gap. is manufacturing Roof-cum-Motorized ventilators for use in such places. These ventilators utilize Roof velocities when conducive and motors can be switched on as an option when Roof velocity reduces. Other advantages of our motorized ventilators over conventional exhaust fans are: Low power consumption, better approachability & easy maintenance, low weight, lower RPM & noise levels.


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