Exhaust gases, steam and gases resulting from the operation of the engine are filled into the vehicle cabin with the harmful gas coming from the environment. Breathing these harmful gases for a long time harms the health of the people inside the vehicle. Therefore, these gases need to be cleaned. The ventilation systems in the vehicles are one of the important parts of this cleaning.
Harmful gases inside the vehicle cabin are cleaned with the help of ventilation. There are flaps and fins placed on the front of the cabin, and on the rear sides. Thanks to these flaps and fins, the mentioned gases are cleaned before they fill the vehicle.
This system includes:
When the ventilation is operated from the control panel, the air taken from outside by the electro fan is passed through the heating radiator and blown to different parts of the cabin. If the air ducts are long, blowers are used. Hot / cold adjustment can be made at any time. In this way, hot, cold or warm air fills the cabin.
It allows the air to be taken directly from the outside into the cabin. At the same time, it distributes the air inside the vehicle to different parts of the vehicle, either hot or cold.
There are 5 different types:
The air produced in the ventilation system is taken into the vehicle or distributed through the ducts. For this reason, routing channels have an important place in the ventilation system.
Air ducts ensure that:
By the distribution channels taken into the cabinet, the air is distributed:
It is in every vehicle. It is the last element of the heating and ventilation system. The blowers are the final point where the air produced in the ventilation is distributed into the vehicle. It ensures that the produced air is distributed inside the vehicle at specified angles. If desired, the air flow can be increased, decreased or completely cut off by controlling it.
Since the blowers are exposed to hot / cold air currents, they are produced from durable plastic material. In this way, they do not lose their properties in temperature changes.