Hooded roof fan

Friday, 06 May, 2005 | Supplied by: Fanquip

The waste disposal sector and other industries operating in buildings full of noxious gases can better regulate fresh-air flow with hooded roof fans from Fanquip.

Supplied with bases conforming to six major roof profiles, these units are strategically positioned to create a controlled draft that draws fresh air from the major opening point of a building and out through the fans. Should a roof profile not match any of the six profiles, a curb base is then used to accommodate the situation.

Due to the choice of profiled bases, installation is not only fast but weather tight, without extra flashings or support structure.

Sewerage pump stations, storage depots for sanitary engineering vehicles, dragline ventilations and council recycling depots are examples of where these fans make considerable improvements to employee wellbeing and the general environment.

Operating a 'downdraft' discharge system allows the fast purging of dust affected internal environments in a controlled fashion, with complete protection of the fan opening from the weather.

Made from fibreglass/alloy, the fans are rated as heavy duty and can withstand the force of extreme weather conditions.

Online: www.fanquip.com.au
Phone: 02 6578 8600
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