Integrate any type of ventilation into a Mekco fiberglass building.
Here we discuss the different methods MEKCO utilizes to ventilate fiberglass buildings. Whether you need something basic or fully automated, MEKCO has the ability to integrate any type of ventilation into a fiberglass building.
The ability to turn the air inside your fiberglass building is often important and you can do that in a variety of ways. Whether it's convective air transfer or forced air transfer.
In this case, we have an extruded aluminum louver that's anodized. It's not only siliconed in place, it's also physically screwed in place as well. Inside of this louver as you'll see on the inside of the building we also have an insect screen. In some cases, we can apply a bird screening as well.
On the inside of your fiberglass building you can control the incoming airflow in a variety of ways. Here we have a simple rotational fiberglass system where you can actually set the incoming airflow by rotating it as you need. A very manual based system.
If you need something a little bit more exotic than that we have gravity intake dampers. These gravity intake dampers are available in aluminum galvanized or actually in fiberglass as well. We can also motorize the damper such that it can be thermostatically-controlled or set and paired up with a light switch. Once you enter the building airflow will continue to flow through. So again, we have a variety of options and the sky's the limit.
Now on the exhaust side of things, there are plural options one being the conventional system. The other being an actual forced convection system as I have here. This being a fiberglass exhaust fan.
Where we use an exhaust fan we also embed a rain canopy on the exterior with insects screen. This prevents any backdraft of water, rain, snow, what have you as the fan is actually flowing. Again, we have a plethora of options and the sky's the limit on the exhaust side of things.