Natural Ventilation

Natural ventilation regulates a building's indoor climate by exploiting the natural forces created by temperature differences between the interior and exterior environment, thermal displacement within the building and winds around the building.

The air is kept fresh by controlling air replacement, typically by using windows in the building's facade and/or roof. Ventilation is achieved by automatically opening and closing windows depending on conditions inside and outside the building and the need for fresh air.

Because natural forces are free, natural ventilation is extremely energy-efficient compared to traditional ventilation solutions and this means that natural ventilation systems are both environmentally-friendly and very economical to run.

Williaam Cox Ltd offer a wide range of both Standard and Intelligent controls in both low and standard Voltage capacities.

Please consult the Sales office for enquiries.