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I Brand Profile
HANSVENTS is a ventilator-brand of Shanghai TaiNeng Steel Construction & Engineering Co., Ltd. (Hereinafter
referred to as "Shanghai TaiNeng"), which was launched in 2012, and aim to become the most customer-oriented
brand of ventilators. Shanghai TaiNeng is expertised in the steel building industry, as it was set up by core persons
once working in sales, engineering and construction for the world largest steel structure company, and aims at
making outstanding steel buildings in China.
HANSVENTS is specialized in a series of ventilators such as natural lighting ventilators, roof ventilators and turbine
ventilators, and also has its production base and sales team in Shanghai. HANSVENTS owns professional product
development team. In combination with the foreign advanced technology and manufacturing process, and with the
help of many years steel construction experience of Shanghai TaiNeng, HANSVENTS ventilation equipment has
superior performance, reliable quality, good-looking appearance by continuous improvement, which has achieved a
wide-range recognition from the customers.
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Roof ventilators apply the principle of aerodynamics and exhaust the heat, waste air and poisonous gases gathered in the building
naturally and efficiently. The ventilators are widely used in electric power, metallurgy, chemical, electronics, shipbuilding and other
industries with very low cost as little maintenance is needed .
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The ventilators can naturally exhaust the indoor heat and harmful gases without power consumption, and automatically improve the
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indoor air condition and hygiene. The use of the ventilators in the industrial buildings can achieve effective energy - saving results as
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well as excellent air ventilation.
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1 Natural ventilators must be used according to the types, functions and air conditions of the plant buildings, which needs to comply
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with the local climate and health requirements for choosing the type of vents that are not only based on ventilation volume.
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2. The selection of vents are to be based on the requirement of indoor air quality, region and roof condition . The vents must be
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arranged in the building in a reasonable way.
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3. In the boiler and the steam engine condition with massive heat, the thermo - pressure difference is used to ventilate air between the
indoor and outdoor. Streamline ridge ventilators are suitable to the case of great temperature and pressure differences
The ventilator is composed of main and secondary structures and cladding sheets . It is convenient to be delivered and installed .
2 . The main and secondary structures are welded in factory with easy installation and total stability.
3. The main skeleton is welded with based steel on the ridge so that the whole ventilator becomes a part of one roof.
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4. The side cladding sheets are made of color steel coils and pressed color steel sheets are used for edge fl ashings with good
weathertightness and durability.
5. Rain - proof boards are high quality FPR Sheets, which makes sure the function of lighting , gas exhausting and ventilating.
"S t ruct u re s Lo ad No rm s"
GB50009 - 2001
6. Flow - guide plates are set to avoid rain and snow from entering the building.
7. Gutters are set in ridge ventilator so that the rain water can flow onto the roof along gutter to avoid water- gathering and noising .
"S tee l St ruct ure De si g n Speci f ic atio n"
"Roofing Proj ect Techni ca l Speci f ic at io ns"
GB50345 - 2004
"Qualit y Accepta nce Of Roof Eng in ee ring Sta nd ards"
GB50207 - 2002
"Cons t ru ct io n Qualit y Acce pt an ce Of a Unif ied Sta nd ard"
GB50300 - 2001
"Cold -fo rm ed Stee l St rcture Tec hnical Spec ificat ions"
GB50018- 2002
"Qualit y Accept ance Of stee l Cons t ru ction St andards"
GB50205 - 2001
"Earthquake Re sistant Design Cod e"
" Tec hni cal Speci f ication For We ldin g Stee l St ructure"
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GB50011 - 2001
JGJ81 - 2001
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1. ( 3°C< Temperature Difference<;Soc Factory or warehouse without producing hot gas; reference air change rate is 6- 10/hour)
2. ( 5°C< Temperature Difference<;10°C Factory producing little hot or smoke, reference air change rate is 10 - 20/hour)
3. ( 10°C<Temperature Difference<;15°C Factory producing moderate hot g as or smoke, reference air change rate is 20 - 30/hour)
4 . ( Temperature Difference:>-15°( Factory producing much more hot gas or smoke; reference air change ra t e is 30 - 35/hour)
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Building Type
Air Change Per (Min)
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3 - 10
(Glass Factory)
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( Top Floor )
2- 4
(Gymnasium)
2 - 10
( Auditorium )
4 - 15
( Heat Treatment)
0.5 - 1
( Boiler Room)
1- 4
(Gym)
2 - 5
( Bowling Alley)
2-8
( Met alworking Shop)
3- 6
( Brew House )
2-8
( Paper Mill )
2-8
(Teaching Building )
4 - 15
( Textile mill )
5 - 15
(Class Room )
4-6
( Office )
2-8
( Machine Room )
1- 2
( Parking Lot)
2 - 5
( Ligh t industry Workshop)
5 - 10
( Projec t ion Room )
2-8
( Heavy indus t ry Workshop)
1- 6
(Play Room)
2-8
( Forging Room)
1- 2
( Thea t er )
3 - 8
( Foundry)
1- 3
( Trans f ormer Room )
1- 5
(Garage )
2 - 10
( Electrical Engine Shop)
2-6
( Power Room )
2 - 5
(Warehouse)
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Turbo ventilators are the ventilating equipment that are propelled by thermo - pressure differences between the indoor and
The equipment can be installed along the roof panels with lighting panels and vents combined as one . The equipment is
factory - made and on - site assembled with excellent integrity. They are suitable the those industrial buildings with integrating
natural lighting into roof ventilation.
ou t door airs . Due to th e sci e ntific design of vanes, turbo -ventilators can even be driven under bree ze condition. The rotating
turbo head produces centrifugal forces, which exhaust the hot air, fume and humidity. As air is exhausted, negative pressure
zone will be formed under the turbo head where fresh air could get into buildings constantly. The turbo head keeps on rotating
which achieves the purpose of venting and exhausting .
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300
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190
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HVT 500
500
525
635
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HVT 600
600
625
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215
800 *85 0
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75 0
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HVL 600
600
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56
HVL 900
900
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147 0
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HVL 1200
1200
900
1700
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2425
2732
1720
1952
2168
2600
2454
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3000
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The roof ventilator is arranged on the roof ridge, and does not affect the roof condition while provide very good ventilation
effect. Curved streamline appearance can effectively reduce the wind resistance. Ventilators can be designed as open and closed
HVR 150
types (electric or manual). In- plant fabrication and on - site assembly provide convenient, safe and reliable installation with no
hidden water Leakage . They are applicable to all types of industrial plants, especially to those buildings that produce extreme
HVR 200
heat and smoke inside the plants .
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HVR 350
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3080
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HVR 200
2000
1900
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HVR 250
2500
2200
5080
190
Length
Mil We1ght ( kg/m )
HVR 550
HVR 600
6000mm
9000mm
12000mm
15000mm
4779
6390
7417
8250
7256
8886
10219
11472
8639
10551
122 17
13621
6372
8521
9888
11000
9674
11848
13626
15296
11519
14068
16289
18162
7965
10651
12360
13750
12093
14810
17033
191 20
14399
17585
20362
22702
9558
12780
14832
16500
14512
17772
20438
22944
17278
21102
24434
27242
11151
14911
17303
19250
16930
20734
23846
26768
20158
24619
28506
31783
12744
17042
19775
22000
19348
23696
27252
30592
23038
28136
32578
36324
14337
19172
22247
24750
21767
26658
30657
34416
25918
31653
3665 1
40864
15930
21302
24719
27500
24186
29620
34066
38240
28798
35170
40724
45404
17523
23431
27191
30250
26605
32582
37471
42064
31677
38687
44796
49944
19116
25560
30876
38108
29024
35544
42564
52988
HVR 300
3000
2600
6080
230
HVR 350
3500
3100
6500
260
34556
42204
50860
62916
HVR 400
4000
3300
7500
300
22365
29905
36114
44586
HVR 450
4500
3700
8500
360
HVR 700
33958
41586
49799
61996
49378
59506
73612
HVR 500
5000
4000
9500
410
40430
HVR 550
5500
4300
10500
460
25424
33995
41065
50684
HVR 600
6000
4700
11500
520
38602
47274
56610
70470
HVR 700
7000
5000
13000
600
45959
56131
67644
83678
HVR 800
8000
5500
15000
690
HVR 800
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