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Tests Performed On Draft Fans

jet fansThe basic requirement for testing draft fans is to find the amount of air and exhaust gases flowing out of the furnace or boiler. Draft fans may accumulate some dust particles on the blades of the fan, resulting in lower flow rates of the air and exhaust gases. Strength test is performed based on the rigidity of the system to… Continue reading

Working of a Ventilation System

The working of a ventilation system is broadly explained based on two phenomenon in the system i.e. inlet and outlet of air inside the work place and the circulation of the air inside the work place. These two will decide the working of the system. For different kinds of ventilation systems, the operations may not be the same.

Inlet and Outlet of air in the Ventilation System

    Different Parts of a Ventilation System

    tunnel ventilationEvery mechanical system has parts that make the working easier. In ventilation system too there are certain parts which make a complete system.

    Mechanical parts of the ventilation systems

    The mechanical systems consists of the series of tubes, air cleaner, blower etc. The mechanical arrangement for a dilution type ventilation is different that of the local exhaust system… Continue reading

    Different Types of Ventilation Systems

    The ventilation system is mainly classified into two types depending upon the movement of air flow inside the work place. These two kinds have their own advantages and disadvantages. The two kinds are – dilution type ventilation system and the local exhaust type ventilation system. The local exhaust system is a bit costly system than the dilution ventilation system.

    Dilution Type

    • As the term says ‘dilution’, the

    Employment Law Vs Workers Compensation Law

    As employment law and workers compensation law are both related to people and their work place it is common to use them interchangeably. But they are key distinctions between these areas of law.

    Employment law deals with factors such as:

    • Discrimination: Employers cannot treat employees differently according to color, gender, race, religion, disabilities and origin.
    • FMLA violations: Employers with more than 15 employees must