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Leminar leads Oman seminar on ventilation systems.

HVAC giants Leminar Air Conditioning and S&P Solar teamed up to lead a seminar in Oman on the design of underground parking ventilation system using jet fans.

The panel comprised of Jordi Canet, export area manager at S & P, Amer Ahmad Fauri, business development manager for S&P, Paul Mason, business development manager at S&P, Pramodh Idicheria, GM of Leminar and Faisal Shaikh, area manager of Leminar Oman.

Delegates from government departments, consultants and contractors also attended the informative seminar.

The main speaker was Paul Mason who is a veteran in the field of ventilation and works in the CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) division of S&P.

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He introduced the reasons for NPV to reduce pollution and EM to clear smoke in event of a car fire, and explained the difference between Smoke Clearance and Smoke Control.

He also described the operation of a Jet fan with examples of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and specifically mentioned that the CFD software that the S&P is using is developed in-house by the S&P engineering design team and is the most accurate analysis available in the industry.

Emphasising on the importance of the seminar, Pramodh Idicheria said: "S&P will be playing a major role in the growth of Leminar, especially in Oman. We always believe in educating the industry and we have got excellent feedback from the guests who attended the event. Most of them were quite appreciative of the fact that they now have a clear idea of parking ventilation and CFD Analysis."

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