Enclosed or underground car parks need ventilation systems not only reduce the build-up of carbon monoxide during day to day use, but also to extract smoke in the event of a fire.
Car park smoke ventilation options
There are a number of options available and this will depend on your car park, your budget and regulatory requirements
- Impulse or jet fan systems
- Induction fan systems
- Ducted ventilation systems
- Assisted natural ventilation or full mechanical systems
- Fixed or variable rate day to day ventilation
- Smoke clearance or smoke control
Designing car park smoke ventilation system
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis provides detailed predictions of air movement, temperature and smoke density throughout the car park and plays an essential role when making sure fume and smoke ventilation is effective. Marshall Electrical Services can provide modelling systems and detailed reports to test and recommend the most appropriate solution for your car park.
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