Roofvent 600





Comfortable building should have good air circulation as well. The heat contained in a building caused by trapped hot air that can led to heat radiation in the building.
Buildings that do not have good air circulation often suffers from hotness or humid. One way to overcome this problem is by using a turbine ventilator. Turbine ventilator can move or rotate with the help of air flow or wind, and also with the temperature difference between the inside and the outside of the building. This movement can help remove the hot air and moisture trapped inside the building,

Alsynite roofing Products PTY LTD is a manufacturer of Turbine Ventilator with ISO 9002 with 600 Roofvent trademark. This product has advantages that is not shared by other similar products. The advantages include:

  • Using high quality aluminum.
  • Double neck / enclosed gear system that prevents the ventilator stalled due to dust and dirt.
  • 15-year product warranty.
  • Standard ISO 9002.
Total Ventilator Calculation Method:

  1. Determining the Volume (VOL) of the space in the building in cubic meters (Length x Width x Height)
  2. Depending on the type of building, select the air changes per hour (A / C) from the table below.
  3. Calculation :

Total Ventilator = VOL x A/C(according from table) x 0.278 / Disposal Capacity Liters Per Second

 


Ventilator Position

Ideally Roofvent 600 should be placed on top. Baseplate of ventilators should be installed below the rooftop to avoid leakage. See the illustration below.

Also recommended distance between the ventilator is not less than 3 feet, from center to center. (see picture below).

Important: Try to install the ventilator where the air flow smoothly. Avoid mounting on the lower roof and parallel to the wall. Hotter locations require additional ventilator.