The Fantech Impulse JetVent range, from Fantech , has now been extended to incorporate the growing need for a more general solution to car park ventilation.
In addition to the current range of JetVent Axial and Centrifugal fans, the new JetVent Mixed Flow series is designed to provide general ventilation in applications such as fully or partially enclosed car parks and vehicle bays.
Kerry Dumicich, Fantech Engineering Manager said, “The addition of the JetVent Mixed Flow series means that we now have a full range of Car Park Impulse fans that will suit most applications”
Impulse ventilation is based on a number of small, strategically located high velocity jet fans mounted directly beneath the ceiling, in place of the distribution ductwork traditionally used in car park ventilation systems.
The system provides constant airflow movement around the car park to ensure harmful pollutants do not gather and accumulate in dead areas.
“The induction fans are carefully positioned to bring fresh air in, thoroughly mix the air in the car park and direct it towards the main extract fan intake points”, Kerry Dumicich said.
The JetVent Mixed-Flow unit includes a low-profile powder coated galvanised steel housing with an aerodynamically designed internal flow element that makes it ideal for car parks with a low ceiling height and obstructive structural beams.
The JetVent Mixed-Flow unit provides unidirectional airflow and is suitable for ambient operating temperatures under 70ºC. The mixed flow impeller is fitted with a three-phase 415V, 50Hz motor that offers powerful air movement capabilities.
Kerry Dumicich added, “The fact that its super low profile and compact design allows it to fit under the ceiling of most car parks easily, and it produces 50 Newtons of thrust, makes this unit a real alternative to car park ventilation.”
The JetVent Mixed-flow unit together with the JetVent Axial and Centrifugal units provide an innovative and efficient solution to ventilating fully or partially enclosed areas where harmful pollutants exist.