Jet Fan Systems
Otherwise known as jet vent, jet thrust, impulse and induction systems. Jet fans replace ductwork and drive fumes or smoke towards extract fans, keeping pollution within acceptable levels.
Jet fan systems originated around 15 years ago in the Netherlands and have become increasingly popular as they overcome many of the problems associated with metal ductwork.
Benefits of Jet Fan Systems:
- Space saving – jet fan systems are more discreet and take up considerably less room than ducted ones.
Low noise – because the main extract fans are relatively small and for CO control, run at lower speeds than traditional systems, the noise generated is considerably lower.
Energy saving – they are often combined with Carbon Monoxide (CO) detection to initiate CO control, this ensures that fans are precisely controlled to dilute pollution without running unnecessarily.
Cost saving – jet fan systems cost less than a comparable ducted system, are quicker to install and easier to maintain
Carbon Monoxide (CO) Monitoring System
Many car park ventilation systems are either running at full speed, are operating on timers during perceived peak periods, or are turned off. The first approach imposes a significant energy cost and the other two can compromise occupant health and safety.
Since car park fans are very power hungry, variable speed drives can make a significant difference to the power consumed. With a carbon monoxide monitoring system, ventilation rates and fan speed can vary depending on the level of CO detected by the sensors. In turn, this results in significant energy and cost savings.
Contact us today for further information. We have considerable experience in installing ventilation systems in car parks.