Ventilation Systems

Air Flow

In a natural ventilation system, the extraction of hot or warm internal air is made possible thanks to an exchange with fresh air flowing in from the building’s lower portions.

This flow of fresher air is essential in order to maintain the natural cycle of this exchange. In its absence, rising pressure indoors determined by heat engines would, at a certain point, be counterbalanced by the depression due to the exit of a certain quantity of air, thereby blocking the mechanism.

For this reason, the availability of a total intake floor surface area, sized according to calculations, which can be realized either through existing rooms (windows or doors) or through openings equipped with dampers (fixed or controllable), is fundamental.