Frequently Asked Questions

Air flow ridgevent coupled with ridge louver plate ventilation produces a pathway for continuous airflow along the entire underside of the roof. Airflow is maintained in two ways. First, hot air naturally rises and exits out of the ridge louver plate vent, pulling in cool air from below. Second, positive airflow across the ridge of the factory building creates a “venturi effect”, or a negative pressure, which pulls air out of the ridge louver plate vent and brings in cool air from the opening below.

Air flow ridgevent are of two types 1) Hat Top Airflow ridgevent 2) Monitor Type Airflow Ridgevent both are used at apex of the roof where it does most good for ventilation.

It’s one of the most easiest ventilation system to install.

YES it can match any old existing roof sheets profile.

Airflow ridgevent are available in matching colours of roofing sheet or as per customer requirement.

It’s always advisable to use airflow ridgevent throughout the ridge length.

Air flow Ridge vents are the newest and greatest venting innovation. It seems like these have quickly become one of the more popular venting options. Air flow Ridge vents are designed to be installed at the peak of a roof slope. They are almost not visible to the naked eye, which perhaps contributes to its popularity. Air flow Ridge vents are slightly more expensive than other vent options. Air flow Ridge vents come with several advantages. When installed correctly they can provide a high volume of airflow per square meter, since the entire ridge acts as a vent instead of just one or two locations across the roof. The ridge must be installed along the entire roof to prove effective these vents are designed to provide an even distribution of air, rather than just venting specific spots or areas. This feature helps to make this one of the most efficient roof venting options nowadays.

“Airflow Ridgevent located precisely where they do the most good”

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