High-Volume Low-Speed (HVLS) fans are designed to create air circulation in large open areas of buildings. This causes de-stratification, or the breaking down of hot and cold air layers and blending them together. This has a cooling affect on your employees and helps control humidity levels.
Ventilation turbines introduce natural, cooler outdoor air to the facility. Due to “stack effect” of inside air, the warmer air will be forced to higher elevations where it is extracted from the facility through the turbine.
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One HVLS fan can replace up to 50 box fans and cover up to 20,000 square feet
An HVLS fan can save up to 25% in utilities over the course of one year.
Studies by mechanical expert prove that HVLS fans are the most energy efficient air circulating fans available.
Sources: HVLS for Large Spaces, Continuing Education Center, 2009.; How Warehouse Ventilation Benefits from HVLS Fans, Contractors Equipment Directory, 2012.; 3 Reasons Why Your Company Needs an HVLS Fan, 2013.