Your customers will thank you. Your technicians will thank you. Even your HVAC system will thank you. Air movement goes a long way when maintaining comfort in both conditioned and non-conditioned spaces. Big Ass Fans create more productive, safer and more comfortable environments for your employees and clients.
Spanning up to 7.3m (24 feet) in diameter, Big Ass Fans move air throughout the entire space, from floor to ceiling, wall to wall and up and over obstructions. This airflow pattern ensures air reaches all corners of your facility, maintaining a consistent temperature throughout.
Studies1 have shown that comfortable workers are safer and more productive. The perceived cooling effect of air movement—which Big Ass Fans has perfected—can make a person feel up to 5.6°C cooler in the hot summer months, whether operating solo or coupled with an HVAC system.
In the winter, poorly insulated workshops and other tall spaces are expensive to heat. While heat rises, technicians at ground level are freezing their ratchets off. Slow your Big Ass Fans in the winter to gently redirect warm air collecting at the ceiling back down to occupant level, improving comfort and reducing your heating expenses. Even though the thermostat set point remains the same, the heating system does not have to work as hard to maintain your desired temperature at the floor level.
Fans with patented gearless motors eliminate the slight mechanical noise that can be created by gearbox friction, while advanced onboard controls prevent electrical “noise.” Producing less than 35 dBA at maximum operating speed, commercial Big Ass Fans are ideal for use in these sound-sensitive areas. You can also customise your Big Ass Fan to fit with your showroom’s décor.
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1Seppänen O, Fisk WJ, Faulkner D. 2003. Cost benefits analysis of the night-time ventilative cooling. In: Proceedings of the Healthy Buildings 2003 Conference, Singapore 2003