HOW DO MACROAIR HVLS FANS WORK?

HOW DO MACROAIR HVLS FANS WORK?

MacroAir designs and manufactures large industrial ceiling fans based on the principle that moving air slowly with a larger diameter fan is far more efficient than moving air quickly with a smaller diameter fan.

Our large industrial ceiling fans circulate air in all directions; keeping the air fresh and helping people feel comfortable in any size environment. Cooling down the facility faster and more efficiently.

Some important features of the MACROAIR HVLS fans are as follow

MOVE AIR PRECISELY

Designing fans that produce ideal airflow for any facility.

MOVE AIR EFFICIENTLY

Creating fans that move air at the absolute lowest operating cost.

MOVE AIR SMOOTHLY

Manufacturing fans that operate elegantly and quietly.

MOVE AIR INFINITELY

Building fans that maintain their high quality over time.

SO HOW DO MACROAIR HVLS FANS WORK.

Technically, an HVLS — high-volume, low-speed — fan is a ceiling fan greater than 7 feet (2.1 meters) in diameter. Unlike a small, high-velocity fan that creates small, turbulent air streams that quickly disperse, a MACROAIR HVLS fan relies on size, not speed, to move a significant amount of air. Originally designed for large spaces such as barns, factories, warehouses, gym, and restaurants. They now are found in a wide variety of industrial, commercial and residential spaces, often working in conjunction with HVAC systems for energy savings. In fact, energy-efficient MACROAIR HVLS fans have quickly assumed a leading role in the green building movement.

The air from a MACROAIR HVLS fan moves toward the floor in a column that radiates in all directions, flowing horizontally until it reaches a wall — or airflow from another fan — at which point it turns upward and flows back toward the fan. This creates convection-like air currents that build as the fan continues to spin. The increased air circulation effectively removes hot, humid air and replaces it with drier air. The result is a silent, non-disruptive and even distribution of 3- to 5-mph breezes over large spaces, with a perceived cooling effect on occupants of up to approximately 10°F (6°C). During winter, MACROAIR HVLS fans effectively redistribute warm air trapped at the ceiling down to floor level.

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