buoyancy effect

26Apr 2017

What is the Buoyancy Effect? At Moffitt Corporation, we constantly advocate for natural ventilation and roof vents for your buildings. But often, we will hear the argument that either air conditioning will always be superior or that natural ventilation is not effective. We have one answer that trumps both of these arguments: The Buoyancy Effect.

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18Apr 2016

Bad Air Out, Good Air In. Every day more and more commercial and industrial buildings are seeing the benefits of buoyancy ventilation. This type of natural ventilation, also known as stack-effect ventilation, relies on the differences in temperature between the inside and outside of the building to promote air-flow. By designing ventilation systems to take

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