Air is a powerful business partner. It can dramatically improve comfort of employees and customers. It can instantly save air conditioning and heating costs. By creating gentle, precise and powerful airflow in your plant, warehouse or distribution center, the right industrial fan technology can be a powerful force for both comfort and huge savings.
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The science of air movement.
Most people think the job of a ceiling fan is simply to blow air. But the science of air movement is rooted in aerodynamics. Using lab simulations and wind tunnel testing, engineers can fine tune the air dispersion patterns of a good industrial fan to create the most efficient air movement achievable. Ideally, a high volume, low speed fan (HVLS) will send a column of air down and out 360 degrees towards the walls, back up the ceiling and back through the fan. View the video. That pattern, known as “floor jet circulation” naturally exchanges the air in very large spaces.
Exchanged air does two things:
- It keeps fresh air constantly circulating.
- It actually changes the molecular structure of the room to lower temperature. Optimizing this airflow with the least amount of resistance is the key to energy efficiency.
Enhance Ventilation Systems
By continuously mixing incoming fresh air with stale processed air the total amount of ventilation required is reduced. No other fan system, or ventilation technology does this better. In many cases, the number of high-speed exhaust fans can be reduced or eliminated all together, which can drastically cut fan power consumption. Don't believe it? Check out The Balloon Test to see just how powerful these fans are.
Energy Savings. HVLS fans can save a ton of money over conventional heating and cooling solutions.
20k sq ft in Newark, NJ
Annual Energy per 20k sq ft $11,621 per 20k sf
Savings @ 20% $ 2,324 per 20k sf
Simple Payback Years 2.37 Annual ROI 42% 5 Year ROI 178%