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Stack Ventilation and Bernoulli's Principle | For example, the wind cowls in the BedZED development use the faster winds above rooftops for passive ventilation. They have both intake and outlet, so that fast rooftop winds get scooped into the buildings, and the larger outlets create lower pressures to naturally suck air out. The stack effect also helps pull air out through the same exhaust vent.
Green Cooling Techniques: A wind catcher (also called a bâdgir or malqaf) is a cooling tower that can bring interior temperatures down either by directing airflow from the wind or by using a temperature gradient. It can be so effective in arid climates that water can be stored at near-freezing temperatures in central Iran, where daytime and nighttime temperatures vary greatly. Smaller versions function primarily as ventilators, increasing the airflow to an interior space.
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Least Expected Chimney Feature Lisa Peters photo. This is a chimney cowl. I had never heard of chimney cowls before I launched my Chimney Contests. Cowls supposedly keep the wind from blowing back down a chimney. They also help keep birds and squirrels from nesting inside.
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new.24 month warranty size from 150mm to 300mm, perfect for insulated chimney fluThe Rotovent Dragon is a device, which, in a dynamic way, uses the force of the wind to increase chimney draught, and prevent downdraught. The cap always places itself in the opposite direction to the wind no matter of its strength or direction and stop water leaks inside insulated pipes . It can be mounted on gravitation based chimney ducts, ventilation, flue and smoke.The special patented rotating system has ball
Anti Downdraught Cowl Down Draught Ventilation Chimney Cowl 150mm Diameter Cock Design
Anti Downdraught Cowl Down Draught Ventilation Chimney Cowl 150mm diameter Cock Design This will work if fitted with twin wall insulated flue section above the deck; it may require stabilizing with de-mountable S/S rods fixed with q/d wing nuts.