Paper Packaging | Georgia

MoffittVent natural ventilators for Paper Plant
MoffittVent natural ventilators on rooftop from below
Paper Plant heat reading for Moffitt

This Georgia paper & packaging mill needed a new ventilation system to better exhaust the high heat that results from the papermaking process. The extremely hot air was being trapped inside the building leading to temperatures of up to 141.1° F.

Moffitt determined that adding natural ventilators would allow the stifling air to evacuate the building more easily. The enormous size and construction of the building made it a prime candidate for the MoffittVent™ natural ventilators.

Moffitt Mechanical provided full turn-key service for this facility, designing the system, providing the equipment, and installing the ventilators. Moffitt expertly handled this project from start to finish.


After retrofitting eight of large MoffittVent™ natural ventilators onto the roof, temperatures were immediately more comfortable inside. In fact, temperatures dropped by over 20° near the ceiling. This leads to a more manageable 120° F at the roof. Of course, this meant it was even cooler at the work floor.

Project Summary

  • Eight (8) 5’ × 40’ MoffittVent™ natural ventilators

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