Ventilation SYSTEM

SR. NO. Product Description
1 INDUSTRIAL BLOWERS
Industrial blowers are primarily used to exhaust foul air and replace it with fresh outside air. They are typically used for high volume, high static pressure applications to provide general ventilation in heavy-duty commercial and industrial applications including factories, warehouses, gymnasiums, underground parking garages, etc.
2 Belt driven exhaust fan
3 industrial exhaust fan
4 Low noise axial inline fan
5 Belt driven exhaust fan
6 Spiral duct
7 Factory fabricated oval duct.

PARKING VENTILATION SYSTEMS

Parking Ventilation systems
SR. NO. Product Description
1 Inline fan with hangers
2 jet fan used in ductless ventilation system
3 Basement parking ventilation ducting system

Clean room air conditioning.
SR. NO. Product Description
1 AIR HANDELING UNIT DX TYPE AND CHILLED WATER APPLICATION .
2 H.E.P.A. FILTERS.

Air terminal devices
SR. NO. Product Description
1 GRILLES, REGISTERS, DIFFUSERS, LOUVERS
Grilles, registers, diffusers and louvers are the asthetically-functional face of an HVAC system. They are available in an unlimited array of sizes, colors, controls, and configurations and can be custom-designed to suit any project. Along with standard units, specialized units are available for security and fire prevention applications, and designed with special filters for use in hospitals and laboratories.
2 VARIABLE AIR VOLUME BOXES
A VAV terminal unit, often called a VAV box, is a zone-level flow control device. It is a calibrated air damper with an automatic actuator. The VAV terminal unit is connected to either a local or a central control system. Historically, pneumatic control was commonplace, but electronic direct digital control systems are popular especially for mid-to-large size applications.
3 SOUND ATTENUATORS
Sound attenuators (silencers) are used in HVAC systems to help absorb noise that is generated by fans or other air moving equipment.
4 FIRE & SMOKE DAMPERS
Dampers are designed to prevent fire and smoke from spreading from a fire source through the ventilation system and into other parts of the building. Depending on their application, fire dampers have different fire-resistance classes (called “fire-duration ratings”) and can be installed in concrete or masonry walls and in lightweight partition walls.

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