Coca Cola Canners of Southern Africa, Wadeville, Gauteng
One Hundred and thirty six (136) Curvent Pinnacle Turbines 610mm manufactured
in Galvanised material.
30 September 2016
This project was for the supply of one hundred and thirty six (136) Curvent Pinnacle Turbines 610mm manufactured in galvanised material.
This project assessment and design for this natural ventilation system for the 28900m² factory was handled by Eugéne Janse van Rensburg along with with R&D contracting that did the final installation at Coca Cola Canners of Southern Africa. The calculation was done for 8 air changes per hour.
Installation training for this project was done on site for this natural ventilation system for Coca Cola Canners of Southern Africa in Wadeville by Eugéne Janse van Rensburg.
This system is a heat relief natural ventilation system for the 28 900m² factory.
Here are some features and benefits that separates our Curvent Pinnacle Turbines from the rest in the long run:
The flat dome on top is designed to be robust against any extreme weather conditions, especially against hail damages that will cause water leaks.
The central axle is designed to be well balanced at the centre of the shaft.
Each Curvent Pinnacle Turbine has a double sealed bearing on the central shaft for effective spinning and air extraction.
We offer a 5 year product guarantee to our clients, because we know that it will last in the long run.
The curved blades are designed for maximum extraction caused by the hot air pressure from the inside and the wind picking up on the vanes at the outside.
Eugene Janse van Rensburg
Panoramic View of Installation