Wind Turbo Roof Ventilator Fan

Wind ventilators, also known as wind-driven ventilators or wind turbines, are devices used for natural ventilation in buildings and industrial spaces. They harness the power of wind to create airflow and remove stale air, heat, and pollutants from the interior of a building, replacing them with fresh air from the outside.

Here's how wind ventilators typically work :

Design : Wind ventilators consist of a wind-catching head, a vertical shaft, and a set of rotating vanes or blades. The head is designed to catch the wind and create a pressure difference between the inside and outside of the ventilator.

Wind Power : As the wind blows, it strikes the wind-catching head, creating a positive pressure on one side and a negative pressure on the other. This pressure difference drives the flow of air through the ventilator.

Exhaust and Intake : The rotating vanes or blades are connected to the vertical shaft, which extends down into the building or space being ventilated. The blades are designed to catch the wind and rotate, thereby creating suction on the exhaust side and drawing air out of the building. At the same time, fresh air is drawn into the building through openings or vents on the intake side.

Air Exchange : The continuous rotation of the vanes or blades ensures a steady flow of air. Stale air and pollutants are expelled, while fresh outdoor air is brought in, improving air quality and maintaining a comfortable environment.

Benefits of wind ventilators include :

Energy Efficiency : Wind ventilators operate using the natural power of wind, requiring no electricity or fuel consumption. They are a sustainable and cost-effective solution for ventilation.

Environmentally Friendly : Wind ventilators produce zero emissions and have no negative impact on the environment. They contribute to reducing the carbon footprint of buildings and industries.

Improved Indoor Air Quality : By promoting natural airflow, wind ventilators help remove stagnant air, odors, humidity, and airborne pollutants from the interior spaces. This can lead to better indoor air quality and a healthier environment for occupants.

Reduced Cooling Load : Wind ventilators can aid in reducing the cooling load on air conditioning systems. By exhausting hot air and allowing fresh air circulation, they help maintain lower indoor temperatures.

It's important to note that the effectiveness of wind ventilators depends on various factors such as wind speed, building design, and placement of the ventilators. They are most suitable for areas with sufficient wind resources and can be particularly effective in hot climates where cooling and air circulation are crucial.

TRV -24 24 inches 20 Ft 1972 CFM 1
30 Ft 2076 CFM 1
40 Ft 2164 CFM 1
MOC of Vanes SS304 1
MOC of Top Plate SS 304 (o.5mm) 1
MOC Bottom of Ring SS 304 (0.5mm) 1
Weight of Ventilator 08 Kg. 1
Height of Ventilator 410mm ± 5 mm 1
Center Width of Ventilator 735mm ± 5 mm 1
Dia of Top Plate 500mm ± 5 mm 1
Dia of Bottom Ring 600mm ± 15 mm 1
Nos of Vanes 42 Nos Rolled Formed WITH LOCK WASHER 1
Thickness of Vanes 0.5 MM 1
Nos of Bearing 02 Nos 1
Bearing Type SKF – 6001 ZZ Permanently Lubricated & Sealed 1