Powered Ventilation System

powered ventilation system

While Natural Ventilation is always our first choice it doesn't work in all facilities. In some spaces, like small, enclosed rooms or rooms with low ceilings, a Powered Ventilation System is the best solution.

A powered system uses exhaust fans on the roof to pull the hot, dirty air out of the room with a greater force. Powered ventilation systems work especially well in situations where the intake side of the fan can be placed near the heat source, like work rooms and kitchens.

Hybrid Ventilation Systems utilize a complete building approach to achieve the right solution for the given facility. By combining ventilators and exhaust fans in a way that works with the buildings natural airflow, more effective and efficient systems can be designed.

This allows for a more comfortable environment where the plant personnel are working without wasting energy to cool spaces that don't need it. State-of-the-art computer control systems are often used determine the right conditions and adjust the system accordingly. With a Hybrid System, Natural Ventilation Solutions can be put to work in facilities where it may have previously been impossible.

Our Powered Ventilation Fans Include:

  • Pressure Stream – Commercial and industrial use.
  • Hooded Roof Fan – Designed for industrial and commercial application in various industries.
  • Wall Fan – Used for intake in industrial and commercial buildings.
  • Upblast Fans – Ideal for providing general ventilation to hot, stagnant areas.
  • Tube Axial Fans – Used in areas that require changes in static pressures.

Benefits of Powered Exhaust Ventilation

  • Best performance in enclosed spaces
  • Removes hot air and fumes at the source
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Powered Ventilation® Video

Have questions about which ventilation system is the right solution for you? Call the Moffitt team today for your Free Ventilation Design and know more about commercial exhaust fans.

With just a few questions we can provide you with a preliminary ventilation system design and advise you on the best roof ventilator & roof vent fans options. Read more about natural ventilation versus powered ventilation in the blog post found here.