High-volume, low-speed HVLS Fans run for just pennies a day and not only make it more comfortable for your employees and customers, but also provide a healthier environment with improved ventilation and air quality in a facility
Cool off this summer
Commercial HVLS fans circulate the cooler air in a building. As heat rises, temperatures can increase by 0.5 degrees each foot with the ceiling temperature being the hottest.
HVLS fans move large columns of air throughout the space, circulating the cooler air at the bottom. The counterclockwise rotation can make the “feel-like” temperature 6-8 degrees cooler than the actual thermostat reading.
The columns of air move down and out along the floor, looping it back around in a room. If you have more than one fan in a space, the columns will create a continuous chain, carrying the cooler air throughout the space.
Save money in the winter
HVLS fans can lower your heating bill and increase employee and customer comfort in the winter.
When you turn on the heater in your facility, it forms stratas, or layers of different temperatures. You are probably familiar with this in your home. The warmest air is at the ceiling level, while the coolest air is at the floor level.
Through a process called destratification, HVLS fans run in reverse to push down the warmer air at the ceiling, allowing it to mix with the cooler air near the floor. This allows for a more even temperature throughout the entire facility and the thermostat no longer has to keep up to maintain the floor level temperature readings.