Turbo Ventilators

Turbo ventilators are designed and engineered to exhaust Industrial pollutants such as smoke, dust, poisonous gases, humidity, fumes, heat and many more invisible irritants from the covered area. Turbine Ventilator provides a safe, cool, healthier and more controlled environment by removing the entrapped heat and industrial emission ensuring the health of workers, thus contributing to an increase in workers productivity. Turbo Ventilators provide energy free cooling and fresh air through out the year.
This product is a Wind operated Turbo ventilators installed on the roof and is rotated by the Wind, the stale air inside is exhausted through the vanes and a natural inward flow of fresh air is boosted.Turbine Air Turbo ventilators works without electricity, it runs on wind velocity and it works 24 hours a day and 365 days a year
This Turbo ventilators system functions and performs with the unlimited energy source like wind energy thus saving running cost exhaust fans, wiring, maintenance etc.
Wind turbo ventilators does not require operating time, it continuously rotate with the wind , removes moisture laden air in the winter and extremely hot air in the summer.

Turbo ventilators-Application

  • Turbo ventilators used in Industries.
  • Turbo ventilators used in Godowns and warehouses.
  • Turbo ventilators used in Theaters and Community halls.
  • Hospitals and schools.
  • Factories.
  • Auditoriums.
  • Power houses and lift rooms.

The Advantage of our vanes
Some people may think more better…. In fact it is not like that…. You can imagine like this. If the vanes are too much gap between two fines, Then how can the wind come into the turbo? ? You know the turbo is worked by the wind driven ! If there are no wind come into the turbo through the gap, then can the turbo rotate? Of course the turbo will not work very well if there are less gap between 2 vanes! Some people may think if the fins not too much…..Does the water leak into the warehouse when it is raining? ? Of course it is impossible thing ! When you check our turbo you will find the vanes of our turbo are all double curved! Because of the double curved vanes.. So when it is raining, once the water fall into the vanes the vanes will take water away through its rotating, so there are no water leak happened on our turbos! You should know the most important part of the turbo is not the nos of the vanes. The most important part of the turbo is its construction, you can a easy test .. put two turbo in a line.. one turbo with 37/42 nos vanes and one find with 30 vanes(Our turbo)..After some minutes you will find the 30 nos turbo rotate more fast than the 37/42 nos vanes turbo. The vanes of our 24’’ turbo is 30 but the width of our vanes is 82 mm. If the vanes of the 24’’ turbo the width of the vanes is only 70mm. So you can see he more vanes the turbo have the less width it is. the less vanes the turbo have the more width it is! No matter which kind, the result is the same. The customer buy our turbo is use them to ventilator their factory or warehouse! So if we can make the best effection of the ventilation and can supply the best quality then why not is a good choice? ?

Available Sizes
Available size 24’’ 20’’
Available Make Aluminum Stainless Steel
Available Base FRP Aluminum
Techanical Specification
The wind influences the performance of the ventilator in two ways

1. As the Wind approaches and strikes the ventilator, it jumps, creating an area of low pressure on the leeward side of the turbine, causing a continuous extraction of air from the building end
2. As the turbine rotates, the centripetal forces associated with the rotation fling air outwards form the tips of the vanes. Replacement air is drawn into the throat of the ventilator from the building causing continuous ventilation.

Type of building Air Changes Per Hour
Ware houses 3-5
Factories & Workshops 3-8
Assembly Halls 6-12
Garages 6-12
Toilets 7-12
Laundries 7-15
Poultry Hosues 7-25
Factories(Heavy) 20-40
The Ventilating Times of the Different Buildings
Form 1 :
Type of building Time/hr Building Time/hr
Machinery 4-15 Textile 3-7
Forming 10-30 Dyeing 10-40
Foundry 10-30 Repairing 10-20
Electroplate 12-20 Washing 10-30
Glass 20-30 Electricity 10-30
Drying 10-20 Boiler 15-30
Food 3-8 Lab 6-15
Wood 3-8 Pump 5-10
Paper 8-15    
Form 2 :
Building Time/hr Building Time/hr
Library 6-10 Receptionroom 4-12
Church 6-10 Toilet 5-10
Classroom 3-8 WC 4-14
Storehouse 3-6 Smoking room 5-15
Carport 4-10 Restaurant 6-12
Sickroom 2-4 House room 5-10
Kitchen 7-15 Office 2-5
Restroom 10 Sterillizedroom 8-15
The Ventilating Cube of Metal TG-600
Form 1 :
Wind Speed(KM) 3.2 6.4 8
Temperature Difference 5 10 15 5 10 15 5 10 15
Model Turbine Diameter (MM) Total Diameter (MM) Room Height(M) The Ventilating cube per hour (M3)
TG-600 720 600 3 1528 1716 1930 2076 2186 2314 2327 2510 2700
6 1712 1817 1986 2150 2360 2659 2694 2766 2895
9 1913 2190 2630 2716 2806 3065 2956 3105 3348
12 2065 2345 2700 2864 2925 3148 3188 3346 3468
Form 2 :
Wind Speed(KM) 9.6 12.8 16.0
Temperature Difference 5 10 15 5 10 15 5 10 15
Model Turbine Diameter (MM) Total Diameter (MM) Room Height(M) The Ventilating cube per hour (M3)
TG-600 720 600 3 2720 2975 3070 3358 3565 3760 4033 4240 4357
6 2921 3158 3330 3547 3785 3961 4188 4430 4610
9 3150 3350 3535 3875 4161 4270 4518 4882 5050
12 3380 3786 3942 4215 4410 4656 4821 5125 5230