How can we reduce heat buildup within our factory?
There are a number of ways to approach this situation depending on the building openings and activity. An example is a factory 20mL x 27mW x 8mH. It has two roller doors evenly spaced along the 20m wall. It also has 4 Whirly birds along the peak of the roof. The customer is wanting to create a flow-through and cool the personnel within the building. Solution: An optimum working environment allows for 10 air changes per hour – this means fans with a volume of 12,000L/sec need to be installed opposite the roller doors. This will draw the air in the doors and exhaust out the fans. We will also need to blank the whirly birds off – as they will short circuit to the exhaust fans. This will create fresh air within the factory every 6 minutes.