High volume, low-speed, or HVLS, fans are known to reduce energy by 30% – your building remains cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter—without spiking energy costs.
HVLS fans are ceiling fans that are greater than seven feet in diameter. Unlike the personal fans you use at home, HVLS fans rely on their size, not speed, to move a large amount of air. The fans are made-up of much larger airfoil blades than traditional fans. Due to their shape, fewer fan blades are needed to achieve optimal performance. As they turn, the fans produce a column of air. The column, known as a horizontal floor jet, moves down and horizontally, out across the floor. The floor jet eventually moves outward until it meets a side wall or other vertical surface.
HVLS fans provide reliability and consistency at your facility in warm and cool climates. Through a process called destratification, HVLS fans mix warmer ceiling air with the cooler air at the floor to create an even temperature throughout the space. As for the summer, the fans use wind chill factor to decrease the “feel like” temperature. The increased circulation allows you to keep the thermostat at a higher temperature and use less energy to keep the building cool.
To start, we will meet with you to learn about your current heating and cooling needs and future goals. A project manager will then come to your facility and conduct a comprehensive audit.
Based on our initial meeting and audit data, we will design and present a personalized solution that meets your needs.
Once we receive a signature from you, we will complete all utility rebate paperwork, and the installation will take place with minimal disruption to your daily operations.
By integrating HVLS fans, you have helped your business reduce operating costs and create a more pleasant environment for your employees.CONNECT WITH SALES