Installation ventilations are an important element of any workshop engaged in production that largely polluting the surrounding airspace. Ventilations affect the overall operation of equipment, the exchange of air in the room, and even regulate the temperature.
But in order for the ventilation system to work uninterruptedly, the ventilation of the room was carried out successfully and without any problems, it is necessary to correctly and sequentially install all sections of the ventilation system (fans, filters, calorifications, air flow control, air valves, lattices, adjustment systems, etc.
Installation requires attention and accuracy. It is preferable to attract only qualified specialists with high experience in such works. Otherwise, there is a risk of incorrect installation of the system, which means that ventilation equipment will not be put into operation.
But why ventilation of the premises (especially industrial), so important? The answer is obvious. Ventilation systems control humidity. Provide the movement of air, clean it from gas, dust, harmful vapors, poisonous trace elements, bacteria.
Depending on the technical characteristics, the fans are divided into: supply, supply-exhaust, general exchange, local, natural and mechanical. At the same time, the systems act both locally (cleansing directed to a certain part of the space, possibly to the places of operation of the units polluting the air), and generalized, ventilating the space completely.
For example, one of the common industrial units is a radial fan VP 132-30-5. It is designed to work with air that does not contain aggressive gases and sticky substances. As well as with air, the temperature indicator of which does not exceed 80 degrees (according to Celsius School). It is used in production, public, residential premises.
Types of ventilation:
The ventilation process itself can be carried out by replacing contaminated air with clean/fresh air (the removal and replacement process occurs simultaneously).
Ventilation is also carried out by discharge of the space of the ventilated area. The creation of the effect provokes the filling of limited space with clean air coming from the street through the flaws of obstacle structures (gaps in the walls, small cracks and masonry with fragile fit).
Also ventilation mechanisms can work in mechanical mode, regardless of the state of the environment. They, as a rule, are able to supply air to any part of the room, in any volume, due to various auxiliary mechanisms.