The technology of the systems for natural ventilation by means of turbine ventilators is beneficial particularly for the following 7 areas.
- BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTIONS
Turbine ventilators actively extract heat, which accumulates in the walls, attic area, roof and building envelope of a residential building. The result is a decreased thermal load by up to 7°C. Ventilators contribute to preserving the overall stiffness of the structure. They also decelerate the aging of building material by expansion and contraction caused by temperature changes. They eliminate the formation of dew point, condensation and moisture, which can cause corrosion, mould, rot or wood-decay fungi, and the like. Ventilators also enhance the effectiveness of heat-insulating materials by way of air rinsing the area which ensures optimal microclimate. 20 litres of air humidity are extracted from residential houses every day. Turbine ventilators shorten the technological breaks during the construction of wet processes by up to 60%. Turbine ventilators extend the intervals of building reconstructions and save the cost of repairs, servicing, maintenance or replacements.
- HEALTH COMFORT
Turbine ventilators improve indoor air quality. They increase the comfort of living and working environment. Constant airflow improves the health of buildings. It reduces the frequency of sick leaves. It eliminates rheumatic, respiratory and carcinogenic diseases. It suppresses the formation, occurrence and spread of mites and spores leading to allergies and asthma. Turbine ventilators extract fumes of carcinogenic volatile chemicals released from interior furnishings, flooring and building materials. Turbine ventilators actively contribute to expelling carcinogenic radon, deadly carbon monoxide, and CO2.
Turbine ventilators represent green technology in natural airing – Greenair Venticool System. They are powered by renewable sources of energy which leads to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and CO2. Turbine ventilators are made from renewable or recyclable materials. As opposed to recuperation or air-conditioning, turbine ventilators are non-maintenance technology. There is no need for cleaning or disinfecting turbine ventilators with aggressive products. Using the technology of turbine ventilators decreases electro-smog and significantly reduces electro-waste. The final assembly is done in CEE. Turbine ventilators are imported disassembled whereby more ventilators can be delivered in one shipment. Such a shipment policy also significantly contributes to decreasing of the production of greenhouse gases produced by naval and air transport.
- POWER SAVING
The technology works primary on the basis of natural physical forces – wind, differences in temperature, and the stack effect. Airing and ventilating help effectively decrease the consumption as well as save the electric power costs. Turbine ventilators are the perfect accessory to air-conditioning systems. They significantly contribute to lowering the costs of air-conditioning systems operation by decreasing the temperature maxima during which an air-conditioning system must be on. In the case of hybrid turbine ventilators for guaranteed suction, which are powered by a low-cost electronic motor, the daily cost of the operation is in the order of low units of Czech crowns. In this case, the overall power cost saving is up to 93%.
- PRODUCTIVITY OF WORK
Turbine ventilators improve air quality and thus also increase the comfort of working environment. The solution systems for commercial buildings bring primarily higher productivity of work and safer working environment. Staff working in comfortable environment tends to be more focused and effective while eliminating error and wastage rate in production. They are also less susceptible to common or lifestyle diseases. Turbine ventilators also improve learning environment in basic and secondary schools, universities as well as in nursery schools.
- PRODUCTION PROCESS
Turbine ventilators eliminate the formation and dripping of condensate from the inner side of roof envelope of production halls into production processes. They also lower the level of corrosion on metal parts of constructions and building envelopes, in wet production processes, as well as in water reservoirs, and other types of silos. Turbine ventilators significantly extend the lifetime of materials whereby they reduce demands, and decrease the costs of maintenance, servicing or repairs. Turbine ventilators extract the heat accumulated in production processes in factories or storage facilities. Furthermore they expel smell and odour produced by production processes. They also lower the heat built up around electric and operating devices. In agricultural premises, natural airing decreases the death of farm animals, as well as eliminates stock loss of agricultural and food products caused by putrefaction. The key advantage of this technology is that it can operate entirely without electricity in case there is a short or long-term power outage.
- ECONOMICAL SAVING
Turbine ventilators minimise or entirely save electric power costs. They extend the lifetime of construction materials, and increase their efficiency. Turbine ventilators contribute to preserving the overall stiffness of the structure and thus extend the intervals of building reconstructions, as well as reduce the cost of repairs, servicing, maintenance or replacements. Pipeless systems eliminate costs of production, installation, maintenance and cleaning of pipelines. These maintenance-free systems eliminate the costs of service and transport. They improve health and comfort of residential buildings and working environment, thereby reducing the costs associated with employees’ health problems and paying sick leaves. They save the cost of health care for the chronically ill suffering from cancer and respiratory diseases. These recyclable natural airing systems minimize waste and the costs of its disposal. They also reduce costs that are associated with failures of the production process due to the formation and dripping of condensate. By decreasing humidity, turbine ventilators prevent damage, economic losses and costs of products disposal of agricultural and food operations caused, among others, by inadequate storage conditions. Natural ventilation raises revenues from animal husbandry while reducing their mortality rate.