Multiple Application HVLS or High Volume Low Speed Big Ceiling Fans The bigger the area, the harder it is to maintain. Large industrial facilities such as warehouses and manufacturing plants present a huge operational challenge because of their size. With extremely tall ceilings and a lot of square footage to cover, cooling, heating or destratifying the air in these spaces—as well as keeping its occupants comfortable... Read More
Multiple Application HVLS or High Volume Low Speed Big Ceiling Fans
The bigger the area, the harder it is to maintain. Large industrial facilities such as warehouses and manufacturing plants present a huge operational challenge because of their size.
With extremely tall ceilings and a lot of square footage to cover, cooling, heating or destratifying the air in these spaces—as well as keeping its occupants comfortable—can be difficult. The solution: HVLS big industrial ceiling fans 6 feet to 24 feet in diameter can provide a comfortable climate and reduce energy cost for large industrial facilities. An individual fan can cover up to 24,000 square feet of area.
Keep your facility, and the people that work there, cooler and more comfortable while taking a load off of your air conditioning system with HVLS or high volume, low speed ceiling fans. Applications for these high efficiency industrial grade ceiling fans include the following:
Warehouse - Industrial ceiling fans help keep product integrity in tact, while also creating happier workers
Agriculture - HVLS ceiling fans reduce feed spoilage, animal foot / leg problems and produce healthier happier animals - reduce dust, mold and mildew - keep bugs and smells away - decrease ambient temperatures
Food & Beverage Facility - Ceiling mounted high volume low speed fans keep ambient conditions steady to help insure the success of every batch produced
Restaurants & Bars - Patrons, workers and product alike will appreciate air circulating ceiling fans - Pennies a day makes these fans a cost savings to you over much less efficient AC costs
Aviation / Hangars / Airports - Help keep temperature fluctuations to a minimum for traveler, technicians and service workers by utilizing a high-volume, low-speed type fan
Manufacturing - The fact is that temperatures affect productivity and worker safety - concentration is lost when either too hot or too cold - air quality is also a major issue in manufacturing. Either as a stand alone unit, or along side your existing HVAC system, the HVLS ceiling fan may be an effective way to cool the area(s), reduce costs, and as a byproduct increase productivity.
How does the HVLS Ceiling Fan work?
These efficient air circulating ceiling fans can reduce energy costs up to 30% by minimizing the temperature differential from the ceiling to the floor. Dropping temperatures up to 15ºF.
While air movement itself does not lower the actual temperature in a space, the perceived evaporative cooling effect created by moving a high volume of air at a low speed over your skin can make a person feel up to 15 degrees cooler than the room temperature.
HVLS Ceiling Fans work with existing cooling systems by allowing the occupants to raise their thermostat set points and save 30% or more on both their cooling and heating costs, while also maintaining a comfortable temperature at floor level.
If a cooling system is not installed, no problem! You will still benefit from the cooling effects of these efficient fans. In many cases, the HVLS fans are used as an alternative to expensive cooling systems.
Hot Air Rises and Cool Air Sinks to Floor Level
High Volume Low Speed fans aren’t just used to keep you cool in the Spring and Summer months. They can also reduce your heating bills and keep you comfortable all year round for around a dollar a day!
The heat generated by heaters and machinery rises to the ceiling where it is then trappedin the stratosphere; causing a temperature differential between floor and ceiling which can be quite substantial. By utilizing an energy saving HVLS ceiling fan at a low setting, you can recycle the lost heat by slowly and steadily bringing the trapped heat down to floor level without causing a draft. During the Winter months, warmer workers are typically happier more productive workers.
This new uniform temperature in the space can allow you to lower your thermostat settings, increasing the life of your equipment and give you a significant reduction in operation costs – In many case, over 30%.Read less