We sometimes see mechanical ventilation systems installed within commercial or industrial buildings or even within an commercial or industrial property unit.
Let us have a look at how these mechanical ventilation systems can help despite being space consuming or bulky at times.
In Singapore, where high temperatures and high humidity are not uncommon, circulation of fresh air may not be enough if we just depend merely on natural ventilation methods.
Whenever there are no proper mechanical ventilation systems in place to control and regulate airflow within an industrial building or unit, air from the surroundings will be allowed to flow freely into the premises. Air from the surroundings may sometimes also contain dirt, dust, contaminants or pollutants.
Mechanical Ventilation Systems
Mechanical ventilation system is a system installed within a building or unit to help with circulation of fresh and clean air. Without these systems which can help to regulate the flow of fresh air, industrial property users will need to depend on natural ventilation alone. A common type of natural ventilation method which is familiar to all of us will be keeping your windows opened to allow air to be circulated.
However, air from the surrounding may sometimes consist of dirt, dust, pollutants or contaminants. This is why we see mechanical ventilation systems around which can help to regulate and control the flow of fresh clean air within industrial buildings or units.
How Do These Systems Work
Mechanical ventilation systems such as fans, ducting etc are usually installed high up and closer to the ceiling area. It works by introducing fresh clean air and removing unwanted air that may be produced when industrial activities such as manufacturing are being carried out.
The mechanical ventilation system also helps to removes dirt, moisture, contaminants, pollutants as well as unpleasant smell from the building or unit by channelling these unwanted air out of the building. By having mechanical ventilation systems installed, industrial users will benefit as the airflow within the building or unit is controlled and the quality of air within the premises is regulated.
Why Having Such Systems Can Be Useful
With proper systems in place, employees or staff working day in and day out in warehouse or factory units will have a more comfortable working environment where fresh air is always circulated and unwanted air is removed resulting in a healthier and more comfortable environment to work in.