The turbo ventilator is recognised by its inherent nature to utilise the natural force of wind to draw heat and moisture out of the roof . This system uses the speed of wind for spinning off vanes.
The vanes move at the slightest push and continue even when the breeze has stopped due to the flywheel effect using the dynamic body weight . This facilitates the exhaust system to work round the clock without any expenditure on electricity.
Wind driven Turbo ventilators are powered by the wind to create effective ventilation for different industries. Turbine or Turbo ventilators are round metal vents with fins in them. Even the slightest breeze can be enough for the turbo ventilator to rotate. Rotation causes a centrifugal force on the tip of the fins which suck out the stale hot air from inside of the building. The faster the wind, the faster the turbine will rotate and exhaust the heat, smoke, fumes, humidity, etc.