Maximizing HVAC System Performance with HVLS Fans
Maintaining optimal temperature and airflow in large, open areas has always been a concern for processing facilities. Plant managers have approached this problem in a variety of ways, including the installation of heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC) systems and the use of traditional floor and/or ceiling fans, either as stand-alone equipment or as a supplement to the HVAC system.
In recent years, however, an increasing number of facility operators have realized that there is another tool that can move air more efficiently, increasing worker comfort and helping extend the life of the HVAC system in the process – high-volume, low-speed (HVLS) fans.
By moving large volumes of air in a controlled manner, HVLS fans make HVAC systems more efficient, while significantly improving the comfort and health of workers 365 days a year. They also help reduce energy consumption, combat air quality issues and can even be integrated into building management systems (BMS).
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