Ventilation in Agricultural and Storage Facilities
Most public and commercial buildings would greatly benefit from a high powered Solar Whiz roof ventilation system. Our products are an alternative to traditional whirlybirds that are vastly more powerful and efficient.
Proper roof ventilation is critical to the health of any building but can be difficult to achieve in many circumstances. Solar Whiz is a solar-powered exhaust fan with zero running costs that can be installed on any type of facility or building. Our base units are more affordable than commercial-grade whirlybirds, and can be used in large or small spaces.
For these reasons (and many more), Solar Whiz is an excellent addition to sheds, sports facilities and gyms, schools, storage facilities and offices. Just to name a few!
Agricultural Ventilation Solutions
Solar Whiz is a simple and effective way to ventilate sheds used for industrial and agricultural purposes. OH&S requirements often demand appropriate ventilation in order to ensure the safety and comfort of the people or animals inside. Depending on the size of the space that needs to be ventilated, different sheds may need different numbers of industrial fans. So please don’t hesitate to give us a call to discuss your building ventilation needs.
Our commercial exhaust fans perform particularly well in poultry sheds and farm ventilation.
Storage Facility Ventilation
Many professional storage facilities are not ventilated properly. Ventilating with Solar Whiz can give you a competitive edge over the market, helping to keep your customers’ belongings in perfect condition.
Storage facility ventilation keeps stored items in the conditions they were left in. Proper roof ventilation minimises heat, mould and damp damage, keeping stored items safe. Solar Whiz commercial exhaust fans have no ongoing running costs and can solve your storage ventilation issues.
Our fans are the best commercial ventilation options for storage facilities. We installed a RAF10000 at On Guard Self Storage, which has greatly reduced operational costs and future energy costs.