Roof Ventilators, wind or electric driven, are designed for the extraction of heat and fumes within the load compartment of a vehicle. Ventilators are generally specified for three major reasons by van owners:
To extract, fumes or stale air, from the vehicle (for driver and passenger comfort and for health and safety reasons). This applies especially to minibuses and to vehicles carrying gas cylinders, inflammable liquids or chemicals.
To minimize condensation within vehicles. This applies especially to situations where vehicles are frequently stationary or where wet overalls and equipment have to be stored in the vehicle. The installation of the ventilators in this case significantly reduces the damage to equipment and the deterioration of the vehicle’s interior through water build up and mould.
To reduce the temperature of vehicles during summer time for operator comfort and for the protection of equipment or perishable goods. (The daytime interior temperature of unventilated vans even in during the summer months is typically 40-50⁰C in the sunshine or higher still whenever the van is stationary.
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