Turbo Vent

Rangers introduces TURBOVENT, Zero Electrical power consumption Ventilator (Exhaust Fan). The Turbine shaped TURBOVENT fan is a vertical mounted unit on the top of the roof of closed/ covered area/ space from where the unwanted hot air/ gases and fumes is to be evacuated continuously and round the close without any extra effort or expenses incurred on use of costly electricity, which is there in the case of motor driven Industrial Exhaust Fans.

The normal environmental of any Workplace, Factories, Godowns, Process house sheds Kitchens, Hotels, Boiler houses, Workshops etc. demands good ventilation for a healthy atmosphere. TURBOVENT works efficiently within the normal available parameters of temperature, pressure and height of roof in most of the locations needing ventilation of polluted air. Our TURBOVENT Industrial Wind powered Ventilators are made using technology comparable with best in the world. Our ventilation systems find wide application in a number of industries and help to create a safer and better environment. We have attained excellence in the process of product designing and development, thus ensuring provision of superior ventilation systems to our esteemed customer.

Principles of the Operation

As the air is heated or it’s warm it becomes lighter and tends to move upward. If it is made to escape from a single or multiple narrow openings from top, the hot air will escape at a faster pace causing a natural draft to exist at the opening. This draft is made use by the TURBOVENT to self drive the turbine causing the exhaust gases to be expelled at a faster rate. The rate of expulsion of gases is directly proportional to (1) Temperature of Exhaust gases, (2) Pressure within the room and flow of Atmospheric air outside, (3) Height of the roof of the room.

TURBOVENT utilizes wind energy as rotating power to induce air flow inside. The Centrifugal force caused by spinning vanes creates low pressure region which sucks and drives out hot air from below and fresh cool air from outside comes in. Replacement air is drawn into the throat of the ventilator from the building causing continuous ventilation. Even the slightest air of the current will cause the TURBOVENT to spin.