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Wind Turbines Ventilate Your Space Without Electricity

Create A Cooler, Healthier Space

wind turbines no electricityThe more you save on electricity, the better your bill looks for your budget. Plus, making efforts to save energy is great for the environment, too. But you still want your building to be cool and comfortable for staff or visitors. Wind turbines install on your roof without any wiring or electricity, providing a budget and eco-friendly alternative (or addition) to expensive HVAC systems.

How the Turbines Work

The turbines are a great natural ventilation system, which are proven to keep operating costs down and don’t require frequent maintenance.

Normally, hot air becomes trapped within buildings, making them hot and uncomfortable. As hot air rises to the ceiling, the wind turbines actively exhaust and replace it with cooler, fresher air. This creates an ambient temperature in your building that is up to 10ºF cooler.

ventilating wind turbines with no electricityWind turbines only need a breeze of 10 miles per hour to exhaust over 7,000 cubic feet of air per minute, and four miles per hour to exhaust over 3,000. This allows for multiple air exchanges per hour, which not only keeps your building cooler, but also prevents “sick building syndrome.” A clean, healthy environment is proven to make staff more productive and customers happier. Additionally, keeping your building cool and free of contaminants prevents employees from missing work due to illness. The wind turbines also prevent condensation from humidity, which damages some equipment and materials.

Compared to powered turbines, the wind turbines are incredibly quiet and require very little maintenance. They are designed to withstand harsh weather and leave a low structural impact on your building. And with a 15 year warranty, the turbines are a smart and quick-returning investment.

Buy Wind Turbines Online

Wind-powered turbines are available to buy online in multiple sizes. For more information or if you need assistance, call us at 1-855-786-7667.