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When it comes to protecting the health of your livestock, one of the best things you can do is provide ample fresh air while venting stale air outside. An efficient way to accomplish this task is by adding exhaust fans, air circulator fans and/or multi-purpose duct in-line fans to your barn's ventilation system. Benefits of Industrial Barn Fans Without proper ventilation, the air in your barn can quickly become unhealt... Read More
When it comes to protecting the health of your livestock, one of the best things you can do is provide ample fresh air while venting stale air outside. An efficient way to accomplish this task is by adding exhaust fans, air circulator fans and/or multi-purpose duct in-line fans to your barn's ventilation system.
Benefits of Industrial Barn Fans
Without proper ventilation, the air in your barn can quickly become unhealthy. Common causes of poor air quality in barns include moisture, mold, mildew, pathogens, dust, ammonia and excessive heat and humidity. If left uncorrected, high levels of indoor air pollution can cause discomfort and illness in your livestock. Adding one or more exhaust and air circulator fans in your barn can effectively and efficiently vent stale air and add fresh air without dramatically increasing your operational costs, and most barn fans can be installed as DIY projects for the mechanically inclined.
Remove stale, stuffy air
Lower moisture, heat and humidity levels
Reduce airborne dust and particulate matter
Vent Ammonia and other harmful gases and smells
Types of Barn Fans
Here at Industrial Fans Direct, we offer several different types of barn fans that can help you maintain the air quality in your livestock barn so that it is safe for your animals and employees.
Exhaust fans are essential for venting stale, moisture-laden air to the outdoors. These fans work well in barns that use natural ventilation as well as mechanical ventilation to control indoor air quality levels. Types of exhaust fans include shutter mounted wall exhaust fans, boxed wall and slant wall exhaust fans. We also offer poly and fiberglass wall exhaust fans as well as galvanized cone wall fans. Depending on the style and brand, our fans come with variable speed motors and wall plugs or the option to hardwire into your barn’s existing electrical system.
Air Circulator Barn Fans
Air circulator barn fans are designed to move the air within your barn in order to increase comfort levels and reduce the likelihood of your livestock experiencing excessively hot or stuffy conditions. These fans also work well in barns that use natural ventilation and/or mechanical ventilation systems since they are typically stand-alone fans that can be mounted to ceilings or walls. We offer several different styles of air circulating fans, including basket and wall panel fans, with fan blade sizes ranging from 12” to 50”.
Multi-Purpose Duct Inline Fans
Multi-purpose duct inline fans are great for both supply and exhaust applications. These versatile industrial barn fans can be used with existing air duct systems or new duct systems, and they can be purchased in single or multi-speed motors for maximum air circulation while controlling operational costs. Fan blade sizes range from 4” to 16” and multiple fans can be connected to the same duct system in order to achieve the desired air quality.
High-Quality Barn Fans from Industrial Fans Direct
You can improve the air quality and comfort levels of your barn with our industrial wall, ceiling and duct-mounted barn fans. All of our fans are tested for quality and durability. We also offer price guarantees, volume discounts and free shipping on most orders over $75.00.
To learn more about our industrial barn fans, place a bulk order or get an estimate, call us today at 866-727-1060.Read less