Roof ventilator wind/rain simulation test


Release Time:

2019-07-23

In order to meet the requirements of comfort and energy saving, functional auxiliary structures such as ventilation skylights, ventilators and shutters are widely used on the roofs of more and more large public buildings. Such structures are largely affected by local climatic conditions and dominant wind direction, so it is necessary to conduct weather-resistance tests through a test device and method that can simulate natural wind and rain. To understand the weatherproof ability of buildings, and provide reference data for the design of buildings.

Roof ventilator wind/rain simulation test

  In order to meet the requirements of comfort and energy saving, functional auxiliary structures such as ventilation skylights, ventilators and shutters are widely used on the roofs of more and more large public buildings. Such structures are largely affected by local climatic conditions and dominant wind direction, so it is necessary to conduct weather-resistance tests through a test device and method that can simulate natural wind and rain. To understand the weatherproof ability of buildings, and provide reference data for the design of buildings.