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Wind ventilators

These Ventilators utilize wind and not electricity as their prime mover for effective ventilation. Motorized ventilation drawbacks include the use of equipment that is high in the consumption of energy during operation. By utilizing the design of the building, Wind driven ventilation takes advantage of the natural passage of air without the need for high energy consuming equipment using minimum amount of resources. 

Wind driven ventilation depends on wind behavior by directing air in and out of buildings on the interactions with the building envelope and on openings or other air exchange devices such as inlets or chimneys. 

 
 
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