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Ventilation is the process of air exchange in an area to provide indoor air quality high. Ventilation is used to remove odors and excess moisture, the introduction of outside air to keep air ...

Ventilation is the process of air exchange in an area to provide indoor air quality high. Ventilation is used to remove odors and excess moisture, the introduction of outside air to keep air circulating inside the building, and to prevent stagnation of air indoors. For more information, visit: http://www.airventilator.co.in/

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    • Designed by (http://www.airventilator.co.in/) (http://www.rooftop.co.in/)
      • Ventilation is the process of "changing" or replacing air in any space to provide high indoor air quality.
      • Ventilation is used to remove unpleasant smells and excessive moisture, introduce outside air, to keep interior building air circulating, and to prevent stagnation of the interior air.
      • Ventilation includes both the exchange of air to the outside as well as circulation of air within the building. mechanical/forced and natural types.
      • Support In saving lives from fire
      • Reduce the Property Damage from fire
      • Remove smoke, heat and other gases from the building
      • Less chance to spread fire in whole area
      • Provide filtration, dehumidification, and conditioning of the incoming outside air
      • Vertical - Strip
          • - Basement
      • Horizontal - Forced
      • Mechanical positive-pressure
      • Mechanical negative-pressure
      • Hydraulic
      • Ventilation includes both the exchange of outdoor air and the airflow in the building. It is one of the most significant factors for maintaining acceptable indoor air in buildings.
      • Methods for ventilating a building may be categorized into mechanical/forced and natural types.
      • (1) Mechanical" or "forced" ventilation
      • (2) Natural ventilation
      • "Mechanical" or "forced" ventilation is controlled indoor air quality.
      • Excessive humidity, odors and contaminants can often be controlled dilution or replacement of outside air.
      • However, extremely wet conditions is the energy required to remove excess moisture ventilation.
      • Natural ventilation is the ventilation of the building outside air without a fan or other mechanical system.
      • It can be reached by opening windows or openings of wire to ventilate the rooms are small and the architecture allows.
      • In more complex systems warm air in the building can be allowed to rise and drain the upper, outer openings thus forcing cool outside air can be withdrawn from openings in the building, of course, smaller areas.
      • If you like to know more about air ventilatior, visit our website: http://www.airventilator.co.in/
      Corporate Office: MAKKWANA INDUSTRIES ( A Business of MAKKWANA GROUP) Phone:+91 - 265 – 3263314 Direct Line:+91 - 98240 79348 , +91 - 8000 15 00 98 Email:sales@roofvents.co.in,airventilator@gmail.com Website:http://www.airventilator.co.in, http://www.rooftop.co.in/