Create Envirnomnets For Worker Comfort And Performance
Heavy work Indoor environments can be contaminated by airborne chemicals, gases, volatile organic compounds, fumes, odors, particles, dust, allergens, bacteria, viruses, mold and more. While the levels may not be of a concern initially, it's the cumulative effects exposure that may affect a workers' health and well-being.
Poor indoor air quality has been linked with a wide range of health symptoms and lower productivity, among other effects. HVAC systems often can't provide the required fresh air exchanges. Uncomfortable conditions in buildings and spaces-too hot or too cold, restrict the ability of workers to function to full capacity and can lead to lowered job satisfaction and increase in illness symptoms. Physical comfort is critical to work effectiveness, satisfaction, and physical and psychological well-being
Wind e Roof ventilators for industrial and commercial applications can remove airborne chemicals, gases and fumes as well as other pollutants such as particles, dust, bacteria, viruses and mold. Regular exchange of stale indoor air with fresh outdoor air also results in a cooler indoors.
The benefits of an adequately ventilated roof are:
Lower energy cost
Less structural maintenanceimproved air quality and comfort
Llonger shelf life of products
Wind e are be used in commercial, agricultural industrial and residential buildings. These are very affordable, easy to install, and they pump vast amounts of air from workplaces.
The fan of the ventilator is designed in such a way that extraction of air is more than other fans. The fan blades are made of high grade aluminum, while top cover is Zinc coated steel, and other structure is GI. Powder coated fans are available with lead time for places with corrosive fumes. Due to the nature of its construction Wind e ventilators can / are giving trouble free performance for a long time.