Cross ventilation

04Sep 2016

What You Need to Know About the “Wind-Effect”. Probably the most common form of natural ventilation is Wind Effect Ventilation. Essentially, this is the same as opening a window in your house to feel the breeze come through. It is simply, no-cost,  environmentally friendly way to control the air quality inside of a building. Of

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11May 2016

What Does Natural Ventilation Mean To You? Natural ventilation definition: the process of pulling fresh air into a building from the outside. In turn, this fresh air helps force the warm, dirty air inside of the building out through the opening in the roof. This becomes done, without mechanical assistance. While that is the definition,

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23Feb 2016

Stack Effect and Natural Ventilation If you’ve ever noticed that the attic in your house is warmer than the floors below? If so, then you’ve seen the stack ventilation in action. Stack effect ventilation uses this same principle to ventilate a building naturally. By taking advantage of the differences in air density inside, outside, and

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06Jun 2015

Keeping Cool with Wind Effect Ventilation Cross ventilation (also called Wind Effect Ventilation) is a natural method of cooling. The system relies on wind to force cool exterior air into the building through an inlet (like a wall louver, a gable, or an open window) while outlet forces warm interior air outside (through a roof

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