A fresh air supply system and an exhaust system are the two main components of an industrial ventilation system. The supply system includes an air inlet, air filtering equipment, heating and cooling equipment, fans, ductwork, and air distribution registers.
The exhaust system includes an air intake area, ducts that move air from one area to another, an air cleaning device, discharge stacks, and fans. The system’s two “ends” work together to remove a variety of contaminants from the area.
The industrial fans comprise the axial Vortice hub range and A-E range to extract heat to the outside. The medium Vortice MOC-E long cased range to extract into a ventilation duct.
The Top Advantages of an Industrial Ventilation System
- If there is no good ventilation system, there won’t be ability to control the airflow inside a building. Industrial ventilation controls and regulates the airflow to ensure the employees’ health and safety.
- A good industrial ventilation system will remove all impurities, bacteria, humidity, and even unpleasant body odors and replace them with fresh air.
- A good ventilation system can prevent condensation and thus lower the risk of employees becoming ill.
- This is also a sure way to boost employee productivity and keep them focused on tasks rather than exposing them to potentially hazardous health risks.