|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Square Feet|
|Part Type||Air Grille|
|Certification||BEE 3 Star|
|Usage||Residential Use, Office Use, Industrial Use,Residential Use,Office Use,Industrial Use, Industrial Use|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Day|
|Finished Product Delivery Type||Home Delivery|
|Ac Voltage||220 V|
|Temperature||80 deg C|
Pinpointing Leaks with a Smoke Machine
In the last few years, energy consultants have developed a quick and easy way to pinpoint air leaks in a building envelope. The technique uses a smoke machine creates smoke-like fog. Builders/Air Conditioning Contractors use non-toxic smoke (fog) to find envelope holes. Once a smoke machine has clouded the interior of a pressurized building, A/C contractors can find envelope leaks by looking outdoors for the escaping fog.
Smoke/fog machines can also be used to test for duct leaks. Sometimes you may be working with an HVAC contractor who says, ‘This is a good duct system. This is the way we have always done it. This is normal.’ When you show them the fog coming out of the leaks, they shut up really fast.