Ventilation without electricity

Turbine ventilators provide ventilation without consuming electricity, making them an economical choice in areas where electricity is not available, expensive or unreliable.
Activated by convection and wind, turbines operate around the clock, extracting hot, polluted air from enclosed spaces, enabling it to be replaced with fresh air from ou {mosimage}Turbine ventilators provide ventilation without consuming electricity, making them an economical choice in areas where electricity is not available, expensive or unreliable.
Activated by convection and wind, turbines operate around the clock, extracting hot, polluted air from enclosed spaces, enabling it to be replaced with fresh air from outside. Their quiet, clean and effective operation makes them suitable for industrial and commercial buildings as well as for schools, clinics, churches restaurants and residential homes.
Besides improving inhabitant’s working and living conditions in summer, effective ventilation reduces damage to structural materials by removing moisture laden air from bathrooms and kitchens which condenses during sudden temperature drops in winter.
Johannesburg based company Turbo Vent has the largest range of turbine ventilators in Southern Africa and has been in the business for 15 years. Industrial/commercial turbines available from them include the well-known American Whirlybird, the Australian Hurricane and the South-African manufactured Twister.
The supavent is ideal for residential homes, being attractive and easily installed. Turbine ventilators range in price, according to size, from about $65 to $400. The Twister, at about $115, is the most economical for general industrial/commercial use.
Turbo Vent: Tel +27-11-613-6921; fax +27-11-613-1241; Turbovent@uskonet.com