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Highland Brewing

Commercial/Public Spaces
Solution: Highland BrewingHighland BrewingHighland BrewingHighland Brewing

Brewing Company helped establish the town of Asheville as a
craft-beer hub. Over the years, it has added several Big Ass Fans to
keep its growing number of employees and visitors comfortable.

Paris Stockyards

Agriculture
Solution: Paris Stockyards

The Paris Stockyards suffered from a seasonal comfort problem. In summer heat would overwhelm visitors, while in winter the much-needed heat would rise to the ceiling. Management installed two Powerfoil®8 fans by Big Ass Fans®. Now, temperatures stay comfortable all year round.

American Airlines (DFW)

Aviation
Solution: American Airlines (DFW)

The inefficient metal halide lights at American Airlines’ Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) hangar didn’t put out enough light for the massive space, and required constant maintenance. With the hangar’s high ceilings, replacing light bulbs was costly, cumbersome and time-consuming. Managers knew they needed a lighting product change that would provide more light for less cost.

University of Louisville

Education
Solution: University of LouisvilleUniversity of Louisville

The FirstBuild Facility at the University of Louisville was suffering from poor comfort levels and air circulation, as a result of their ineffective ceiling fans. The University switched to Essence and Powerfoil®X2.0 by Big Ass Fans® for lasting, efficient comfort all year round.

Planet Fitness

Fitness
Solution: Planet FitnessPlanet Fitness

Planet Fitness locations nationwide have been searching for an energy-efficient solution to increase air movement and enhance its members’ workout experience. Large, custom-painted Powerfoil®X Plus and Element fans now create more comfortable, efficient environments in Planet Fitness locations across the country.

Kentucky National Guard

Government
Solution: Kentucky National GuardKentucky National Guard

Constantly-opening hangar doors made it hard to regulate temperatures at the Kentucky National Guard aircraft maintenance hangar. A Powerfoil®X2.0 increases airflow, improving summer comfort and making the heating system more efficient in the winter.

BlueScope Buildings

Solution: BlueScope BuildingsBlueScope Buildings

Stifling conditions and poor lighting at BlueScope Buildings’ North Carolina facility led the plant manager to Big Ass Fans. It wasn’t long before four 18-ft Powerfoils and numerous high-bay LED fixtures from Big Ass Light were installed, alleviating the problems.

Casa Xixim

Residential
Solution: Casa Xixim

At Casa Xixim in Tulum, Mexico, Haiku® fans throughout the breachfront villa provide gentle, consistent air movement in the hot, humid climate. The fans blend with the villa’s modern aesthetic while helping its owners meet their energy-efficiency goals.

Graveyard Carz

Motor Vehicles
Solution: Graveyard CarzGraveyard CarzGraveyard CarzGraveyard Carz

When the stars of Velocity’s Graveyard Carz needed increased air movement in their new 22,000-sq-ft (2,044-sq-m) auto shop, they turned to Big Ass Fans for lower bills year round, improved comfort and higher productivity.

Agriculture

Flying Leap Vineyards

Elgin, AZ

When Flying Leap Vineyards decided to start distilling spirits in Arizona, they knew that the dry climate would present problems. With several Big Ass Fans and Lights, it resolved a host of issues while increasing the value of their facilities.

Solution: ElementHaiku FansLightingPowerfoil X Series
Industrial

Marshall Retail Group

Las Vegas, NV

Marshall Retail Group’s new distribution center in Las Vegas needed something better than floor fans to keep workers cool and productive in the 64,000-sq-ft space. Three 14-ft Big Ass Basic 6© fans proved they’re up to the job.

Solution: Basic 6
Industrial

Pittsburg Tank & Tower Group Space

Henderson, KY

It’s easier to do a good job at work when you can see what you’re doing. After Pittsburg Tank and Tower upgraded its outdated lighting with bright, clear Big Ass Light LEDs, it saw a 50 percent reduction in errors.

Solution: Lighting
Commercial/Public Spaces

Copper & Kings Distillery

Louisville, KY

Kentucky-based Copper & Kings Distillery wanted to keep their restored industrial-style space cool and dry without compromising their patriotic principles. Three Big Ass Fans proved to be the solution, providing both top-notch performance and high-end looks.

Solution: Isis
Commercial/Public Spaces

Houston Food Bank

Houston, TX

Tasked with feeding the vast Houston metroplex, the last thing the Houston Food Bank wanted to worry about was keeping its volunteers cool. Thanks to four Yellow Jacket fans, their airflow worries are now a thing of the past.

Solution: Yellow Jacket
Aviation

American Airlines (DFW)

Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

The inefficient metal halide lights at American Airlines’ Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) hangar didn’t put out enough light for the massive space, and required constant maintenance. With the hangar’s high ceilings, replacing light bulbs was costly, cumbersome and time-consuming. Managers knew they needed a lighting product change that would provide more light for less cost.

Solution: Lighting
Commercial/Public Spaces

Keeneland Sales Pavilion

Lexington, KY

Known for the beauty of its buildings and grounds, Keeneland Race Course needed elegant fans suited to the architecture of its world-renowned thoroughbred sales pavilion. Now, four oil-rubbed bronze Haiku fans impress patrons with their aesthetics and airflow.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Agriculture

Arethusa Farm

Bantam, CT

Arethusa Farms prides itself on taking great care of its cattle. After seeing how well Big Ass Fans kept a neighboring farm’s cattle cool and feed and bedding dry, Arethusa hopped on the Big Ass bandwagon.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Fitness

High Performance Golf Academy

Nicholasville, KY

When Larry Ward’s High Performance Golf Academy decided to build a second, 3-bay teaching facility, Ward knew he wanted something better than the T-8 fixtures in his old building. Ward turned to Big Ass Light to illuminate his teaching sessions.

Solution: Lighting
Commercial/Public Spaces

Torr Na Lochs Vineyard

Burnet, TX

Torr Na Lochs Vineyard wanted to keep its guests cool and go green at the same time. Three Essence fans did the trick, keeping patrons comfortable and using far less energy than an HVAC system would.

Solution: Essence
Education

Transylvania University

Lexington, Kentucky

Transylvania University’s Beck Center is the school’s community home for recreation, fitness and varsity athletics. The Center’s 1,200-seat performance gym features high ceilings that created a potential obstacle to the university’s energy goals and green initiatives.

Solution: Essence
Education

Cassidy Elementary School

Lexington, Kentucky

Cassidy Elementary School’s new library suffered from severe heat stratification – hot air collected near the high ceiling, overworking the HVAC system. The school was in need of a silent solution to replace the noisy and distracting gear-driven fans originally installed to push warm air back down to occupant level.

Solution: Essence
Education

Montgomery County High School

Mount Sterling, Kentucky

Montgomery County High School’s 42,000-sq-ft (3,902-sq-m) gymnasium plays host to sporting events, graduations and community gatherings. During warm months, the school’s HVAC system struggled to cool the space; while in winter, heat gathered uselessly near the ceiling, leaving spectators chilly.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesLighting

Stanford University’s Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation drove students away with a hot and stuffy atmosphere. By installing four Big Ass Fans in the facility, Stanford was able to get the air moving and get students exercising again.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Industrial

Brampton Brick

Brampton, ON

Aging metal-halide lights were causing skyrocketing energy bills at a huge brick factory and making it hard to see impurities in the product. About 300 new Big Ass High Bay LEDs made all the difference.

Solution: Lighting
Industrial

Accurate Gauge & Manufacturing

Rochester Hills, MI

At the company’s manufacturing facility, inefficient metal halides created high utility bills but inadequate lighting. After switching to Big Ass LEDs, Accurate Gauge and Manufacturing is seeing $9,000 a year in energy savings.

Solution: Lighting
Commercial/Public Spaces

Bay Street Biergarten

Charleston, SC

More and more craft brewers are repurposing old, derelict buildings that are poorly insulated and prone to temperature swings. Bay Street Biergarten in Charleston, SC, figured out how to fight those problems: with Big Ass Fans.

Solution: Isis
Agriculture

Roosburg Farms

Athens, Ontario

When Roosburg Farms needed an advanced approach to keeping their cows cool, it turned to Big Ass Fans for barn-wide cooling. The fans earned the farm energy-saving rebates and helped eliminate issues associated with composted manure bedding.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Fitness

Get Air Poway

Poway, CA

Get Air Poway, a San-Diego-area trampoline park, needed powerful airflow in their main trampoline area. The solution: Powerfoil X by Big Ass Fans. Get Air Poway went with the best, and the results speak for themselves.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Commercial/Public Spaces

Gilligan’s Backpackers / Rusty’s Markets

Cairns, Australia

The tropical climate of Cairns made Gilligan’s Backpackers and its customers uncomfortably hot, and air conditioning alone wasn’t cutting it. After installing Big Ass Fans® indoors and out, the improved air movement has led to happier customers and lower energy costs.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesEssence
Fitness

Crossfit Maximus

Lexington, KY

After its first location struggled with humid, uncomfortable air, Lexington-based CrossFit Maximus knew its second location needed fans. Big Ass Solutions® worked with CrossFit Maximus to keep the space cool, bright and energetic with LED lights and four Powerfoil®X2.0 fans.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesIsisHaiku FansBlack JackLighting
Commercial/Public Spaces

The Livery

Lexington, KY

The Livery is a trendy event space that struggled to keep guests warm in the winter due to the building’s barn-style ceiling. Essence® fans made a dramatic change by pushing down warm air and creating a cozier, more inviting feel.

Solution: Essence
Fitness

Waterfall Sports & Wellness

Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong’s Waterfall Sports & Wellness needed to cool its patrons with fans that fit the facility’s modern décor.  Big Ass Solutions got the air moving by installing six sleek, all-black Yellow Jacket fans at strategic points for optimal airflow.

Solution: Yellow Jacket
Commercial/Public Spaces

Provenance Realty Group

Laguna Beach, CA

At Provenance Realty Group’s new Laguna Beach headquarters, the firm had to find a cooling solution that reflected the high-end properties it sold. Essence® provided the perfect answer, generating a 10°F cooling effect while complementing the space’s modern feel.

 

Solution: Essence
Government

Burke Mountain Fire Hall

Coquitlam, British Columbia

In Coquitlam, British Columbia, firefighters rescued themselves from the heating costs of Burke Mountain Fire Hall with four Powerfoil®X2.0 fans, which circulate the heat generated by the in-slab heating system and also prevent condensation throughout the year.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Commercial/Public Spaces

Cosmo Music

Richmond, Ontario

Cosmo Music in Richmond, Ontario, found that Big Ass Fans have perfect pitch when it comes to air circulation; customers no longer fan themselves with sheet music and instruments are better off, too.

Solution: Basic 6Haiku FansEssence
Fitness

Edge Fitness

CT

A fitness club that offers only the best of the best to its customers, Edge Fitness needed a way to upgrade its brand and its 13 facilities across the state. The club turned to Big Ass Fans for a stylish and ultra-efficient cooling solution.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesEssence
Fitness

Austin Bouldering Project

Austin, TX

Austin Bouldering Project had a very large space with very little air movement. To keep rock climbers cooler and alleviate the workload on their A/C system, the facility installed seven 14-ft (4-m) Essence® fans by Big Ass Fans.

Solution: Essence
Education

Mount Alvernia College

Brisbane, AU

Mount Alvernia College needed a natural and innovative way to increase comfort in their learning spaces without the use of air con. For powerful air movement with a simple look, they turned to Haiku® by Big Ass Fans®.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Commercial/Public Spaces

Monday Night Brewing

Atlanta, GA

Atlanta summers are hot, and the HVAC unit at Monday Night Brewing couldn’t keep up with rising summer temperatures. To alleviate their reliance on air-conditioning, the brewery turned to Big Ass Fans. Now, Powerfoil®, AirGo® and Isis® work in tandem with the HVAC to cool the space.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesAirGo 2.0Isis
Agriculture

Paris Stockyards

Paris, KY

The Paris Stockyards suffered from a seasonal comfort problem. In summer heat would overwhelm visitors, while in winter the much-needed heat would rise to the ceiling. Management installed two Powerfoil®8 fans by Big Ass Fans®. Now, temperatures stay comfortable all year round.

Solution: Powerfoil 8
Industrial

Johnson Controls

Georgetown, KY

Johnson Controls assembles seats for the nearby Toyota plant. But heat from the foam department strained the A/C, and inadequate lighting made it hard to see imperfections in the seats. Big Ass Fans and LEDs helped the company breathe and see better.

Solution: LightingPowerfoil X Series
Aviation

Bluegrass Airport

Lexington, KY

Blue Grass Airport in Lexington, Kentucky, handles more than a million passengers a year.  In the main lobby, a 20-ft Element by Big Ass Fans® keeps everyone comfortable, and its unique design causes visitors to assume it’s a custom piece made for the airport.

Solution: Element
Commercial/Public Spaces

West Sixth Brewing Company

Lexington, KY

West Sixth Brewing Company needed a way to more efficiently cool its 90,000-sq-ft (8,400-sq-ft) space without relying too heavily a/c. They turned to Big Ass Fans for low-energy air movement that now works in tandem with their HVAC unit for maximum comfort.

Solution: Isis
Education

University of Louisville

Louisville, KY

The FirstBuild Facility at the University of Louisville was suffering from poor comfort levels and air circulation, as a result of their ineffective ceiling fans. The University switched to Essence and Powerfoil®X2.0 by Big Ass Fans® for lasting, efficient comfort all year round.

Solution: EssencePowerfoil X Series
Commercial/Public Spaces

Highland Brewing

Asheville, NC

Brewing Company helped establish the town of Asheville as a
craft-beer hub. Over the years, it has added several Big Ass Fans to
keep its growing number of employees and visitors comfortable.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesElementIsisEssence
Aviation

Mike Harrell Private Hangar

Tulsa, OK

A private hangar in Oklahoma had air circulation problems summer and winter, and old sodium lights made pilots play a waiting game. One Big Ass Basic 6® and six Big Ass High Bay LEDs solved the owner’s problems.

Solution: Basic 6Lighting
Commercial/Public Spaces

Bedarra Island Resort

Queensland, Australia

Passionate about preserving its surrounding island environment, Bedarra Island Resort made the decision to ditch its inefficient diesel-run operation in favor of a more sustainable system. The resort installed 44 Haiku® fans to improve visitor comfort and enhance the overall guest experience.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Industrial

Boyd Metals

Fort Smith, AR

Full-line steel service center Boyd Metals must take extra care to prevent moisture in their facilities. To protect their product, the company installed a 24-ft Powerfoil®X2.0 fan by Big Ass Fans to recirculate damp air and impede the dangerous buildup of corrosion in the space.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Industrial

Florida Distributing

Orando, FL

Nothing’s worse than a warm beer, except a hot workplace. Employees at Florida Distributing were getting bogged down by summer heat and stagnant air. The installation of two massive Big Ass Fans delivered cooling airflow and improved productivity.

Solution: Powerfoil 8
Aviation

Cavanaugh Flight Museum

Addison, TX

The Cavanaugh Flight Museum in Addison, Texas, needed to cool down the mechanics who worked on its vintage aircraft and the public space it rents for special events. Two 24-ft. Basic 6™ fans created a comfortable environment for both workers and guests.

Solution: Basic 6
Fitness

Lion’s Den

Scottsdale, AZ

At the Lion’s Den mixed martial arts academy in Arizona, air quality took a heavy hit from so many bodies strenuously working out at one time. Noisy floor fans drowned out instructors’ voices, but two Isis® fans quietly cleared the air and lowered AC bills too.

Solution: Isis
Commercial/Public Spaces

Ethereal Brewery

Lexington, KY

When Ethereal Brewing moved into a 1930s-era building with 32-ft (9-m) ceilings, staff measured a 25- to 30-degree temperature difference between the floor and the ceiling and knew something had to be done. Two 12-ft (3-m) Essence® fans took care of the problem.

Solution: ElementEssence
Fitness

Pure Barre

San Francisco, CA

Pure Barre, a company with more than 325 locations nationwide, specializes in classes that use the ballet barre to transform physiques. San Francisco franchisee Lauren Fike chose two 60-in black Haiku® fans with LEDs to clear the air and cool everyone down.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Commercial/Public Spaces

The High No. 1 Hotpot Restaurant

Shanghai, China

Customers at The High No. 1 Hotpot in Shanghai, China, loved the delicious dish that’s the restaurant’s specialty, but didn’t want it lingering in their hair or clothes for hours afterward. An 8-ft (2.4-m) Essence® by Big Ass Fans solved that.

Solution: Essence
Commercial/Public Spaces

K. COOK Korean BBQ Buffet

Singapore

At the K. COOK Korean BBQ Buffet in Singapore, the small stoves used to cook the meat raised temperatures in the restaurant to uncomfortable levels, but air-conditioning wasn’t an option. Two Big Ass Powerfoil® fans were the answer.

Solution: Powerfoil
Industrial

O’Neal Flat Rolled Metals

Garland, TX

For O’Neal Flat Rolled Metals in Garland, Texas, extreme weather fluctuations and high humidity created heavy condensation that led to rust and cost the company thousands a year. The installation of two Big Ass Fans dried things up quickly.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Government

Lexington Fire Department

Lexington, KY

At the Lexington Fire Department’s maintenance facility, metal halide fixtures made work difficult. They were slow to warm up, burned dimly and hindered access to the engines. Two dozen High Bay LEDs, along with other Big Ass products, solved all those problems.

Solution: Black JackLighting
Education

Hutto High School

Hutto, TX

At Hutto High School in Texas, a new library was built with lots of windows. Good looking, yes, but not energy efficient, because of the hot Texas sun. Two Element fans solved the library’s problem, circulating air silently and saving the school district money.

Solution: Element
Motor Vehicles

Unique Rides with Will Castro

Smithtown, New York

Luxury-car customizer Will Castro of Velocity Channel’s Unique Rides with Will Castro wanted great looks and exceptional comfort for his facility, which doubles as a TV set. When he saw Big Ass Fans, he knew they were as A-list as his customers.

Solution: Haiku FansEssence
Commercial/Public Spaces

Hyatt Coconut Point

Bonita Springs, FL

When SeifertMurphy renovated the public spaces of the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point, the Dallas, Texas firm wanted fans that fit with the Florida resort’s British Colonial style and updated design elements.

Solution: Isis
Commercial/Public Spaces

Delphine Restaurant

Los Angeles, CA

Designers integrated five sleek silver Isis® fans into this Hollywood Boulevard restaurant as centerpieces for the space’s barrel-vaulted illuminated alcoves.

Solution: Isis
Industrial

United Warehouse Company

Tulsa, Oklahoma

A complete package of Big Ass Light LEDs transformed United Warehouse’s Tulsa facility. Now there’s not one light at the location that’s not Big Ass. Utility rebates handled by Big Ass Light made the upgrade affordable, and best of all, United Warehouse is saving up to $10,000 a month in energy costs now that the metal halides are history.

Solution: Lighting
Education

Corvallis Waldorf School

Corvallis, Oregon

The Corvallis Waldorf School invested in new modular classrooms to improve students’ learning environment and minimize the school’s carbon footprint. A team from Portland State University used Haiku® fans in each classroom as part of their innovative design, and the change has been dramatic.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Fitness

2015 Reebok CrossFit Games

Carson, CA

CrossFit athletes are plenty tough, but the sweltering temperatures at their annual competition created discomfort and safety concerns for participants and spectators. Powerful Big Ass Fans® and misting kits were brought in, giving both athletes and patrons a great place to recharge.

Solution: Black JackAirGo 2.0Yellow Jacket
Agriculture

Texas Equine Hospital

Bryan, TX

Temperatures inside the metal examination shed at Texas Equine Hospital routinely reached 100°F (37.8°C) and above, and horses and humans were suffering. The cooling breeze from four Powerfoil®X2.0 fans made a 15-degree difference and allowed the owner to eliminate his noisy box fans.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Motor Vehicles

Aston Martin

Washington, DC

Luxury carmaker Aston Martin turned to Big Ass Solutions to solve two problems at its Washington, D.C., dealership: an old HVAC system that couldn’t handle temperature extremes, and dim lighting. Two Powerfoil®X2.0 fans and 50 Big Ass LED fixtures provided the perfect tune-up.

Solution: LightingPowerfoil X Series
Commercial/Public Spaces

415 Mathilda

Sunnyvale, California

Two California companies partnered to transform a standard 1970s office building into a vibrant space that produces zero net energy, or ZNE. With the help of 31 Haiku® and four Isis® fans, the building’s environmental impact was dramatically reduced and it now rents for many times the premium rate.

Solution: Haiku FansIsis
Commercial/Public Spaces

ESPN X Games

Austin, Texas

When ESPN brought its summer X Games to Texas, they found extreme temperatures that made the events uncomfortable for spectators and potentially dangerous for athletes. Big Ass Fans® cut through the heat with more than 30 portable Black Jack™, AirGo® and Yellow Jacket® fans.

Solution: AirGo 2.0Black JackYellow Jacket
Industrial

BlueScope Buildings

Laurinburg, North Carolina

Stifling conditions and poor lighting at BlueScope Buildings’ North Carolina facility led the plant manager to Big Ass Fans. It wasn’t long before four 18-ft Powerfoils and numerous high-bay LED fixtures from Big Ass Light were installed, alleviating the problems.

Solution: LightingPowerfoil X Series
Commercial/Public Spaces

Louisville Zoo

Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville Zoo needed year-round comfort in their Giraffe House. A Powerfoil®X2.0 was installed, creating a uniform temperature in winter and saving up to 30% in heating costs. In summer, the fan makes giraffes’ lives easier by dispelling flies and removing unpleasant odors as it cools.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Commercial/Public Spaces

The Local Taco

Lexington, Kentucky

The Local Taco’s centrally located kitchen and large indoor/outdoor dining area made it hard to keep customers cool and food hot. A mix of Big Ass Fans® solved those issues, and managers were able to raise the thermostat setpoint by 6°F (3.3°C), reducing energy costs by about $2,000 per year.

Solution: Haiku FansIsisEssence
Commercial/Public Spaces

DPR Construction San Francisco

San Francisco, California

DPR Construction wanted to transform a leased two-story building into the greenest office in San Francisco. The firm selected 10 Essence® and four Haiku® fans to work with an energy efficient HVAC system. Now the comfort level is up and the firm is pursuing LEED® Platinum and net-zero certifications.

Solution: Haiku FansEssence
Residential

Casa Xixim

Tulum, Mexico

At Casa Xixim in Tulum, Mexico, Haiku® fans throughout the breachfront villa provide gentle, consistent air movement in the hot, humid climate. The fans blend with the villa’s modern aesthetic while helping its owners meet their energy-efficiency goals.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Education

Buist Academy for Advanced Studies

Charleston, South Carolina

In the renovated cafeteria at the Buist Academy in Charleston, South Carolina, heat collected at the ceiling in winter, and large windows created a greenhouse effect in summer. Two Essence® fans now keep the air circulating and students comfortable in every semester.

Solution: Essence
Agriculture

Bell Nursery

Elkridge, Maryland

Wholesale grower Bell Nursery was plagued by excessive moisture in its warehouse that harmed the plants and led to annual product losses up to 10 percent. A fleet of standard floor fans didn’t help, but three Powerfoil®X2.0 fans brought a 75 percent decrease in product loss.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Agriculture

Paul Cates Stable

Round Rock, Texas

The enclosed training arena at Paul Cates Stable would become unbearably hot under the Texas summer sun. Two Powerfoil®8 fans now help generate a consistent, cool breeze, keeping lessons and training sessions comfortable for both humans and horses.

Solution: Powerfoil 8
Commercial/Public Spaces

The Nature Conservancy

Palmyra Atoll, Hawaii to Palmyra Atoll, Northern Line Islands

On an isolated Hawaiian atoll, the high heat and humidity made it hard for scientists at a research facility to concentrate and damaged their equipment. Thanks to 34 Haiku® and two Isis® fans, the comfortable scientists are more productive and there’s far less corrosion.

Solution: Haiku FansIsis
Commercial/Public Spaces

Cuningham Group Architecture

Denver, Colorado

At Cuningham Group Architecture’s Denver office, temperatures on the mezzanine were an unbearable 15 to 20 degrees higher than at ground level. The company installed two Haiku® fans, and now the mezzanine serves as a pleasant meeting space and the HVAC runs less often.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Commercial/Public Spaces

Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park

Toronto, Ontario

At Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park, members bask outdoors au naturel. But a stretch of 100°F (38°C) days sent the owner scrambling for a way to keep participants cool during sporting events. Our Yellow Jacket® with optional misting system provided the perfect complement to everyone’s birthday suits!

Solution: Yellow Jacket
Fitness

Anytime Fitness

Queensland, Australia

Customer complaints of stagnant air led Anytime Fitness Hamilton to blast more air conditioning but then power bills spiked. So the fitness center installed three Big Ass Fans. The result: happy customers and 20 percent savings on utility bills.

Solution: Haiku 84Essence
Motor Vehicles

Graveyard Carz

Springfield, Oregon

When the stars of Velocity’s Graveyard Carz needed increased air movement in their new 22,000-sq-ft (2,044-sq-m) auto shop, they turned to Big Ass Fans for lower bills year round, improved comfort and higher productivity.

Solution: Yellow JacketEssencePowerfoil X SeriesLighting
Commercial/Public Spaces

Peter Kiewit Infrastructure

Toronto, Ontario

Antonio Santini and the design team at RED Studio Architects created an environmentally conscious alternative to traditional HVAC design, using Big Ass Fans, rather than massive HVAC systems and a maze of ductwork, to distribute conditioned air.

Solution: Essence
Education

Eastern Kentucky University

Richmond, Kentucky

To transform a storage area into a comfortable, beautiful writing and research center, the University installed two 8-ft Isis® fans for silent, gentle air movement.

Solution: Isis
Education

Colorado Mountain College

Breckenridge, Colorado

The college’s lodge-inspired lobby uses a 10-ft Isis® fan to push hot air from the peak of the 40-ft ceiling back to floor level, maintaining a comfortable 72-degree temperature even on subzero days.

Solution: Isis
Education

Mesa Community College

Meza, Arizona

Architects and engineers at SmithGroup had an ambitious plan to renovate a 42-year-old building on the campus of Mesa Community College into a LEED® Silver wellness center. Their fresh-air common area needed an energy-efficient source of cooling. Isis by Big Ass Fans fit the bill.

Solution: Isis
Education

Rolling Meadows Elementary

San Antonio, Texas

Designers of Rolling Meadows Elementary in Texas included five outdoor courtyard classrooms, where students can study in the open air under brightly colored canopies. Outdoor-rated Big Ass Fans circulate the air and provide cooling breezes, keeping students comfortable.

Solution: Isis
Education

Noosa Pengari Steiner School

Queensland, Australia

The Steiner School, a model of sustainable design in education, needed to keep guests and performers comfortable without wasteful air conditioning. Designers included an Element fan to keep audiences cool without compromising the acoustics of the indoor/outdoor performance hall.

Solution: Element
Education

Evelyn Turlington Elementary

Hockley, Texas

The library at Evelyn Turlington Elementary School used large windows and white walls to fill the space with ample natural light. However, the windows added the Texas heat, so designers selected two Element fans to keep students cool and focused.

Solution: Element
Commercial/Public Spaces

Fifth Third Pavilion

Lexington, Kentucky

Four 10-ft Isis® fans and one 16-ft Element cool off farmers’ market shoppers and summer concert-goers at this covered outdoor pavilion in downtown Lexington, Kentucky.

Solution: IsisElement
Industrial

M3 Production

Bellfontaine, Ohio

There were a lot of problems with the lighting in M3’s new production plant. Among them, the outdated lights produced too much heat, making the space harder to keep comfortable for employees. M3 replaced their fixtures with bright, energy-efficient, and cool-running Big Ass Light® LEDs.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesLighting
Motor Vehicles

Glenn Hyundai Auto Mall

Lexington, Kentucky

Low light made the service drive at Glenn Hyundai Auto Mall a dreary first-contact point for customers. After the installation of 15 Big Ass Light™ High-Bay LEDs, the space was so inviting the auto mall served a steak dinner to new car buyers there.

Solution: Lighting
Education

Lowcountry Tech

Charleston, South Carolina

Computers produce more than funny cat videos – they also produce heat. That’s why the computer lab at Lowcountry Tech Academy was so uncomfortable. Without access to the district-controlled thermostat, teachers needed a cooling solution. Several Haiku® fans eliminated heat complaints altogether.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Education

Lexington Hearing & Speech Center

Lexington, Kentucky

The aging HVAC system at Lexington Hearing and Speech Center (LHSC) made heating and cooling classrooms a year-round struggle. Teachers needed a silent way to stabilize comfort so students could learn without distraction.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Commercial/Public Spaces

Auto Tech Collision Center

Marion, North Carolina

Auto shops require good light to inspect damage and paint jobs and take photographs for insurance companies. Fluorescents fixtures weren’t cutting it at Auto Tech Collision Center in Marion, N.C., so they made a Big Ass® upgrade.

Solution: Lighting
Commercial/Public Spaces

Primate Rescue Center

Nicholasville, Kentucky

In summer months, the animals at the Primate Rescue Center in Nicholasville, Kentucky, became lethargic and gathered under ineffective pressboard fans, seeking to escape the stifling heat and humidity. The sanctuary needed a more effective way to keep its residents cool.

Solution: Haiku FansYellow Jacket
Commercial/Public Spaces

Allagash Brewing

Portland, Maine

Allagash Brewing Co. re-ferments its Allagash White brew by storing it at precisely 72°F (22.2°C) for ten days. But poor air circulation in the company’s old warehouse created heating and cooling issues that threatened to make the beer bad.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesLighting
Commercial/Public Spaces

Butaro Hospital

Butaro sector of Burera, Northern Province, Rwanda

Architects of Butaro Hospital in northern Rwanda needed to prevent the spread of prevalent airborne diseases. Air turnover through mechanical ventilation was vital to their goals, but the hospital wasn’t tied to a power grid.

Solution: Isis
Commercial/Public Spaces

Sharon Fieldhouse

Clifton Forge, Virginia

Comfort was nonexistent in the Sharon Fieldhouse concession stand, and workers were paying the price. The aging, cramped space was unbearable in the summer with the additional heat generated by compressors in the freezer, cooler and slush machine, and a 200°F (93.3°C) deep fryer.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Residential

Kelsch Garage Condo

Naperville, Illinois

Dave Kelsch’s three-story garage condo doubles as a private auto showroom and a hang-out spot. However, to make the space as welcoming to his friends, clients and family as it was to his awesome array of cars, Kelsch needed more inviting lighting and improved airflow.

Solution: Haiku FansIsisLighting
Commercial/Public Spaces

ZCB

Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s humid, subtropical climate made ZCB’s goal of becoming the territory’s first zero-emission building a lofty goal. Temperatures range from pleasant in winter to stiflingly hot in summer, so the building required an ingenious ventilation and cooling solution.

Solution: EssenceHaiku FansPowerfoil X
Industrial

McCain Foods

Carberry, Manitoba

Condensation from steam posed a major threat to the efficiency of McCain Foods’ production facility. Warm, moist air allowed mold to grow and also infiltrated the freezer, causing contamination hazards and production-halting ice buildup.

Solution: Big Ass Fan
Commercial/Public Spaces

Lambeau Field

Green Bay, Wisconsin

Lambeau Field’s gorgeous atrium boasts 94-ft (28.6-m) ceilings and a towering glass wall, but maintaining comfortable temperatures for spectators at floor level in the 366,000-sq-ft (34,000-sq-m) space was exceptionally difficult, especially during Green Bay’s bitterly cold winters.

Solution: Big Ass Fan
Industrial

Impulse Manufacturing

Dawsonville, Georgia

Metal fabricators at Impulse Manufacturing lost production time waiting for parts to cool on the conveyor line after exiting the oven at temperatures of 165°F (74°C). Installing a longer line was cost-prohibitive, and Impulse needed a more immediate solution.

Solution: Sweat Bee
Government

Jessamine County Fire Department

Nicholasville, Kentucky

In winter, the Jessamine County firehouse’s gas heaters ran constantly; however, high ceilings led to wildly uneven air temperatures, putting the department’s truck water pumps in danger of freezing. During summer, the firehouse overheated easily. The department and its firefighters needed temperature consistency throughout the year.

Solution: Big Ass Fan
Industrial

Owensboro Brick & Tile

Owensboro, Kentucky

Owensboro Brick & Tile’s staging area was way too hot and steamy. Literally. Bricks exiting the kiln at 1,950°F (1,065°C) released loads of steam, slowing the drying process for the 300,000 to 400,000 additional bricks held in the area.

Solution: Powerfoil
Fitness

Lexington Tennis Club

Lexington, Kentucky

Lexington Tennis Club’s spacious facilities – 15 courts spread across three buildings – made it challenging to maintain consistent temperatures. Poor insulation and sizable skylights left members exposed to severe seasonal temperatures and discouraged them from hitting the courts.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Industrial

Eight O’Clock Coffee

Landover, Maryland

The roasting and packing equipment in Eight O’ Clock Coffee’s 100,000-sq-ft (9,290-sq-m) production plant runs constantly and generates a ton of excess heat. Employees needed a comfortable environment, and all that machinery required just the right amount of air movement to operate effectively.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Fitness

Eade Fitness 24/7

Olean, New York

Eade Fitness 24/7 needed an energy-efficient way to keep members focused and comfortable in its new 2000-sq-ft (186-sq-m) free weight area. Portable fans used too much energy, provided too little airflow, and created dangerous tripping hazards.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Commercial/Public Spaces

Sundial St. Pete

St. Petersburg, Florida

SUNDIAL, a premier shopping center in St. Petersburg, required high-end comfort to match the store’s high-end aesthetics. After trying five different ceiling fan models, Big Ass Fans became the first and only choice that delivered both airflow and luxury looks.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Education

Arizona State University

Mesa, Arizona

Nine 12-ft Powerfoil® fans transform the atria of this Air Force base-turned-college campus and create shaded relief points for students traveling between buildings in the Mesa, Arizona, heat.

Solution: Powerfoil
Commercial/Public Spaces

Rice Fergus Miller

Bremerton, Washington

This architecture and design firm’s award-winning and LEED® Platinum-certified office space includes a silent 14-ft Element to supplement the building’s innovative and ultra-efficient HVAC system.

Solution: Element
Residential

Tadler Residence

Charleston, South Carolina

A brushed aluminum 10-ft Isis® punctuates the natural, elemental materials of the outdoor porch adjoining this Kiawah Island home.

Solution: Isis
Government

Watauga Central Fire Station

Watauga, Texas

This Dallas-based station turned to Big Ass Fans® for help with their new, energy-efficient building’s hot spots. A Powerfoil X expels fumes from the station’s garage and an 8-ft Isis® cools off the firefighter’s dormitory.

Solution: IsisPowerfoil X SeriesPowerfoil X
Fitness

Aikido Martial Arts Studio

Fredericksburg, Virginia

Conserving energy is one of the core philosophies of Aikido—and it’s among the key benefits of the Element fan that creates silent and gentle air movement inside this Virginia studio.

Solution: Element
Fitness

Tampa Recreation Center

Tampa, Florida

The city of Tampa installed 3 Powerfoil® fans in their state-of-the-art recreation center to combat rising ambient temperatures caused by natural lighting under the Florida sun.

Solution: Powerfoil
Aviation

American Airlines (CLT)

Charlotte, North Carolina

Hangars are tough to keep comfortable. Winter chills required workers at American Airlines’ hangar in Charlotte, N.C., to wear coats. Meanwhile, the temperature near the ceiling was 140°F (60°C). Big Ass Fans® mixed the air, improving comfort and decreasing heating costs.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Commercial/Public Spaces

Brock Environmental Center

Virginia Beach, Virginia

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation, which owns the world’s first LEED® Platinum Building, had a big legacy to live up to when designing its new facility in Virginia Beach. They needed to limit the need for an energy-guzzling air conditioner. Haiku® by Big Ass Fans® saved the day.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Commercial/Public Spaces

DPR Construction Phoenix

Phoenix, Arizona

The DPR Phoenix office, a living laboratory for how to live and work comfortably and efficiently in the desert, has won multiple design and green building awards and received LEED Platinum® status. Big Ass Fans helped.

Solution: Isis
Commercial/Public Spaces

BBVA Compass Stadium

Houston, Texas

The New BBVA Compass Stadium is home to the Houston Dynamo and Dash soccer teams. The enclosed concourses were also home to a lot of sweaty patrons.  Four Powerfoil®X2.0 fans brought some much-needed airflow.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Commercial/Public Spaces

Crazy K Ranch

Michie, Tennessee

Leave a door open long enough in the summer and someone’s bound to say, “We’re not trying to cool the whole neighborhood!” At Crazy K Ranch in Michie, Tennessee, propping doors open to the 4,000-sq-ft (371.61-sq-m) event space wasted A/C, but turning the system off left workers sweating.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesPowerfoil 8
Residential

Pa Ka Makani Farm

Hawi, Hawaii

The owners of Pa Ka Makani farm wanted a fully-functioning facility with all the comforts of the modern world—completely off the grid. For Architect Matt Goyke, that was a tall order, but not an impossible one.

Solution: IsisHaiku Fans
Aviation

Lone Star AOG

Dallas, Texas

Productivity is important at Lone Star AOG. Its 25 employees often work long hours and late nights to meet their promise to fix broken jets by morning, whether it’s already in their Dallas hangar or in another state. The hangar’s original 400-watt metal halides took several seconds to come on and about 10 minutes to warm up to full brightness.

Solution: Basic 6Lighting
Education

Tulane University

New Orleans, Louisiana

Tulane University needed an efficient air conditioning alternative to beat the New Orleans heat and humidity when constructing a LEED® certified football stadium. After 40 years of sharing the Superdome, the school planned to give Tulane’s fans a dedicated home field without sacrificing comfort.

Solution: AirGo 2.0EssenceYellow Jacket
Commercial/Public Spaces

Bell’s Brewery

Kalamazoo, Michigan

In both the elegant tasting room and the hard-working production area, Big Ass Fans® bring additional refreshment to Bell’s Brewery of Kalamazoo, Mich. While the two spaces differ in purpose, design and HVAC, two elements unite them: great brews and Big Ass Fans.

Solution: IsisPowerfoil X
Education

Campbellsville High School

Campbellsville, Kentucky

When a 1963 air conditioning system couldn’t keep Campbellsville High School’s auditorium comfortable, the school turned to Big Ass Fans. Two completely silent 12-ft (3.7-m) Element fans mean school staff no longer have to crank up the air conditioning to pre-cool the space hours before an event to keep visitors cool and comfortable.

Solution: Element
Commercial/Public Spaces

AIA San Francisco Headquarters

San Francisco, California

Maintaining AIA San Francisco’s headquarters’ LEED® Gold certification required shutting off the air conditioner at 5 p.m. every day and other measures that reduced comfort. The energy-sipping Haiku® by Big Ass Fans picked up the slack.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Industrial

Ricoh USA

Nashville, Tennessee

A 200,000-sq-ft facility with large dock doors constantly opening can be a nightmare to keep comfortable. Ricoh USA achieved the near-impossible with ten 24-ft (7.3-m) Basic 6 fans to keep workers comfortable in summer and circulate heat in the winter.

Solution: Basic 6
Commercial/Public Spaces

Conrad Rest Area

Conrad, Montana

Architect Brian Johnson wanted to create a roadside rest area that would break the negative stigma of the structures. He build a modern structure, with energy savings, comfort and air distribution provided by Big Ass Fans.

Solution: Isis
Agriculture

Southwest Family Farms

Kismet, Kansas

Scorching prairie heat was problematic for Southwest Family Farms. They needed their equipment shop to be more than a place to store stuff – they needed it to provide relief from exhausting conditions. Two Powerfoil®X2.0 fans did the trick.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Residential

Domus Alba

Pinecrest, Florida

When building his LEED Gold® home in Miami, architect David Harper wanted an energy-efficient alternative to traditional HVAC. A 10-ft (3.1-m) Isis® fan improved airflow in the home’s two-story central room, allowing that zone of the house to operate on a higher thermostat setpoint.

Solution: Isis
Commercial/Public Spaces

St. Joseph Mercy Hospital

Ann Arbor, Michigan

To create a serene garden space within the new patient care tower at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, designers needed to circulate air within a two-story glass atrium. Two 12-ft (3.7-m) Element fans transformed the space into a comfortable retreat, complete with silent, cooling breezes.

Solution: Element
Education

Locust Trace Agriscience Center

Lexington, Kentucky

This unique agriculture-focused high school needed air movement in its on-site riding arena and throughout the campus, including the net-zero classroom building. A fleet of ultra-efficient Big Ass Fans® keeps school facilities cool and comfortable, even without air conditioning.

Solution: AirGo 2.0IsisElementPowerfoil X Series
Agriculture

Wisconsin State Fair Park

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To keep its 3,100-seat semi-enclosed Coliseum comfortable, even when outside temperatures topped 100°F (37.7°C), the Wisconsin State Fair Park turned to Big Ass Fans®. Six 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®X2.0 fans keep the air moving, making for happier, more alert animals and comfortable visitors.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Fitness

Hempfield Recreation Center and Sports Complex

Landisville, Pennsylvania

Hempfield Recreation Center had grown weary of replacing the aging, fading metal halide bulbs above its indoor tennis courts, so the Center turned to Big Ass Fans® and Big Ass Light™ for an upgrade. New Powerfoil®X2.0 fans and Inverted Twin High Bay LED fixtures totally transformed the space.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesLighting
Commercial/Public Spaces

DeTurk Round Barn

Santa Rosa, California

The transformation from barn to event venue created unique challenges for this historic Santa Rosa structure. Natural ventilation originally kept animals and tractors cool enough, but it wasn’t enough for humans. Enter Powerfoil®X, which worked with the natural ventilation to keep the barn comfy year round.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Commercial/Public Spaces

Atlas Machine & Supply

Louisville, Kentucky

A poor lighting layout made it hard for workers to see at Atlas Machine & Supply at Louisville. Big Ass Light’s engineers worked with the company to create a custom lighting layout, doubling Atlas’ usable light levels with half the total fixtures.

Solution: Lighting
Motor Vehicles

Capital GMC

Regina, Saskatchewan

Heat was a problem in both the summer and the winter at Capital GMC/Buick/Cadillac auto mall. In winter, heat from the HVAC system rose to the top of the facility and stayed there. In summer, floor fans cluttered up the place. Powerfoil®X2.0 by Big Ass Fans® solved both problems for year-round comfort.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesElement
Residential

Searcy Residence

Enterprise, Alabama

After a fire destroyed Bill Searcy’s barn, he set out to make the best of a bad situation. He rebuilt the 2,400-sq-ft structure as a space to entertain friends and family, finishing the interior with tin, hardwood and concrete, and incorporating antiques and other rustic touches.

Solution: Essence
Education

Berea College

Berea, Kentucky

Berea College, a pioneer in sustainable living, wanted to push the limits of green design and construction with Deep Green Residence Hall, their new EcoDorm. Haiku® fans installed in every room, combined with rooftop solar panels, a geothermal heating system and day-lit interiors, help the building achieve serious energy savings.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Agriculture

Santa Anita Park

Arcadia, California

Historic Santa Anita Park race track needed a way to cool down hot, nervous thoroughbreds before races. They chose seven Essence® fans for their silent, effective air movement, which helps keep horses and riders cool and calm without any horse-spooking noises.

Solution: Essence
Commercial/Public Spaces

Wow! That’s Fresh

Brandon, Florida

Wow! That’s Fresh wanted to emphasize fresh food and clean design to set their flagship location apart from other chain restaurants. Designer Kim Perry worked with Big Ass Fans® to install four 8-ft (2.4-m) custom-painted Essence® fans, which circulate air while bringing a pop of color to the restaurant’s ceiling.

Solution: Essence
Motor Vehicles

West Coast Customs

Burbank, California

Hot rods need cool spaces. A 12-ft (3.6-m) Powerfoil®X2.0 and three Haiku® fans helped world-famous West Coast Customs keep their space looking and feeling cool. Plus, the energy-efficient Big Ass Fans® help keep the building green and clear exhaust buildup. They look good on TV, too.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesHaiku Fans
Commercial/Public Spaces

Lucas Oil Stadium

Indianapolis, Indiana

At Lucas Oil Stadium, the high ceilings and sporadic, but intense, use of the concourses before and after games made the stadium’s HVAC systems work overtime to keep the areas comfortable for visitors. Twenty-six Big Ass Fans®, installed throughout the concourses, help keep temperatures even and crowds cool.

Solution: Powerfoil
Education

Machetanz Elementary

Wasilla, Alaska

Machetanz Elementary School wanted to become the first LEED® Certified™ school in the state of Alaska, but needed to keep students comfortable while doing so. A 12-ft (3.6-m) diameter Powerfoil® fan, installed at the top of the main atrium, helps keep the school warm, even during harsh Alaska winters.

Solution: Powerfoil
Industrial

Barnhart Bolt

Midland, Texas

Sweltering Texas heat combined with evaporative coolers delivered a hard dose of heat and humidity to employees at Barnhart Bolt, a fastener manufacturing company. Four Powerfoil®X2.0 fans help regulate comfort. In addition, the fan’s integrated LED modules improve light levels, making the precision work easier.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Commercial/Public Spaces

Infinity Hall

Norfolk, Connecticut

Infinity Hall needed a solution to a complex problem: heating and cooling a large, open space that requires absolute silence. A 12-ft (3.7-m) diameter Element fan provides a noiseless, energy-efficient way to keep the space comfortable, and fits in beautifully with the architecture of the venue.

Solution: Element
Education

Oakland Unified School District

Oakland, CA

Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) was going green. OUSD wanted its new buildings to meet the requirements of the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS), the California version of LEED for educational buildings, and those standards don’t allow for traditional compressor-based HVAC systems. Engineers at Big Ass Fans created a mock classroom at the company’s Research & Development Lab to study the problem.

Solution: ElementIsisHaiku Fans
Commercial/Public Spaces

Liquor Barn

Lexington, Kentucky

Liquor Barn needed an efficient and stylish solution to make the most of its HVAC system while keeping customers comfortable in the store. Two custom-painted 12-ft (3.6-m) Element fans enhance the store’s existing heating and cooling system, efficiently keeping the space comfortable despite high ceilings, abundant glass and frequently-open sliding doors.

Solution: Element
Commercial/Public Spaces

Bethlehem United Church of Christ

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Bethlehem United Church of Christ’s board of advisors sought a solution to keep its 750 members comfortable without disrupting the sounds of the renowned music department. The board chose a 12-ft (3.6-m) Element fan to silently circulate air, keeping parishioners comfortable and energy costs low.

Solution: Element
Aviation

Tampa International Airport

Tampa, Florida

TSA workers and travelers at Tampa International Airport were uncomfortably warm, thanks to heat generated by the security equipment and hot Florida sunlight coming in through nearby windows. A 16-ft (4.9-m) Element fan prevented the need for costly HVAC upgrades and helps keep the space cool .

Solution: Element
Commercial/Public Spaces

Michael Family Farms

Urbana, Ohio

Todd Michael needed to keep 365 wedding guests cool and comfortable in his updated barn-turned-wedding-venue, and air conditioning was out of the question. An Essence® fan was an ideal solution, keeping air flowing through the barn, especially where it counts—over the dance floor.

Solution: Essence
Commercial/Public Spaces

Scott County Humane Society

Versailles, Kentucky

To keep guests cool at their annual Fur Ball, held outdoors at Castle Post in Versailles, Kentucky, the Scott County Humane Society added an AirGo® fan to the guest list. The fan was a “lifesaver,” providing cooling, quiet airflow to keep guests comfortable in the summer heat.

Solution: AirGo 2.0
Commercial/Public Spaces

Kalahari Resort

Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin

Keeping the nation’s largest indoor water park in the Wisconsin Dells feeling tropical can be tricky. Four 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil® fans push warm air at the ceiling back down to the floor, helping the facility save an astounding $13,000 on heating bills and keeping guests warm in the process.

Solution: Powerfoil
Commercial/Public Spaces

St. Joan of Arc Church

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Installing HVAC to condition this Minneapolis church would have been difficult and cost prohibitive; the congregation needed to ensure the comfort of the parishioners quietly and efficiently. Two 12-ft (3.6-m) diameter Element fans help keep congregants comfortable all year, even in the cold Minnesota winters.

Solution: Element
Industrial

Samuel Jackson, Inc.

Lubbock, Texas

Workers at Samuel Jackson, Inc., an equipment manufacturer in Lubbock, Texas, were sick of sweltering summer heat. Three Powerfoil®X2.0 fans and a Yellow Jacket® by Big Ass Fans® make them feel cooler and improve productivity.

Solution: Yellow JacketPowerfoil X Series
Commercial/Public Spaces

Contender Bicycles

Salt Lake City, Utah

Sixty solar panels on the roof of Contender Bicycles helped power the space, but the all-electric heating and cooling system needed a boost to avoid using all that precious juice. Two highly-efficient Isis® fans help keep the space cool, without using too much of the power from the solar panels.

Solution: Isis
Commercial/Public Spaces

The Smog Shoppe

Los Angeles, California

This LEED Platinum® event venue needed a way to eliminate pockets of hot and cold air throughout the space. A 12-ft (3.7-m) Element fan helps maximize the efficiency of the passive heating and cooling system, keeping temperatures even and guests comfortable.

Solution: Element
Aviation

Signature Flight Support

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Signature Flight Support in Minneapolis needed to keep its hangars and lobby warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Each hangar now sports a 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil® fan, which have cut the hangars’ reheat time in half. In addition, an Isis® fan keeps the lobby comfortable.

Solution: IsisPowerfoil
Commercial/Public Spaces

Brooklyn Bowl

Brooklyn, New York

To transform a 130-year-old iron factory into an energy-efficient bowling alley and event venue, Brooklyn Bowl Owner Charley Ryan turned to Big Ass Fans®. Four 10-ft (3.1-m) Powerfoil® fans help keep customers comfortable and ease the burden on the building’s HVAC system.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesPowerfoil
Education

Maine Endwell High School

Endwell, New York

Indoor swimming pools can be notoriously uncomfortable, and Maine Endwell High School’s non-air conditioned aquatic center was no different. Four Isis® fans provide a welcome reprieve from the heat and help the facility save thousands in utility costs.

Solution: Isis
Education

Monterey Road Elementary

Atascadero, California

Climate control improvements were at the top of the to-do list when Monterey Road Elementary School completed a multimillion-dollar upgrade. The school chose to install two 60-inch (1.5-m) Haiku® fans in each classroom, 32 in total, bringing the school’s comfort level into the 21st century.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Industrial

Seifert MTM Systems

North Kingstown, Rhode Island

Wall-mounted heaters at Seifert MTM Systems in Rhode Island were positioned near the ceiling, sending hot air right to the roof and leaving workers on the ground out in the cold. A 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®X fan helps send the heat where it is actually needed.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Industrial

Engineered Medical Systems

Memphis, Tennessee

Shaping steel into lifesaving medical equipment requires a fair bit of heat, which left machinists at Engineered Medical Systems in Memphis stuck working in pockets of hot air. Three Powerfoil®X2.0 fans from Big Ass Fans® prevented a $100,000-plus A/C retrofit and help employees feel cooler.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Motor Vehicles

Gator Harley-Davidson

Leesburg, Florida

A triple threat of Florida heat, a black ceiling and tall windows turned Gator Harley-Davidson into a summertime sweatbox. A 16-ft (4.8-m) Element by Big Ass Fans®, custom painted black and chrome to match the showroom’s style, set things right.

Solution: Element
Agriculture

Gallrein Farms

Shelbyville, Kentucky

Bill Gallrein turned to Big Ass Fans during the design phase of the new space. He purchased three 10-ft Isis® fans in the color Raven Black, adding a modern pop to his rustic-inspired space. The fans keep customers comfortable and the bugs away – which Gallrein noted is is good for both produce and people.

Solution: Isis
Motor Vehicles

Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson

Rocky Mount, North Carolina

Who sells an orange and black fan? Big Ass Fans® does, offering custom paint jobs on many products. The Harley-Davidson-colored Element by Big Ass Fans® at Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson catches customers’ eyes and keeps them comfortable to boot.

Solution: Element
Commercial/Public Spaces

Bullitt Center

Seattle, Washington

To adhere to a strict energy budget at the Bullitt Center—hailed as the world’s greenest office building—tenants turned to extremely efficient products such as the Haiku® ceiling fan. Haiku fans, in sustainable Moso bamboo, work silently with other green features to keep the office comfortable while saving energy.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Motor Vehicles

Gas Monkey Garage

Dallas, Texas

Classic cars and motorcycles find new life at Gas Monkey Garage, but smoke, exhaust and fumes in the non-air conditioned space made the process harder than it needed to be.  A combination of Big Ass Fans now keep the space comfortable and clear of contaminants.

Solution: IsisPowerfoil X SeriesYellow Jacket
Commercial/Public Spaces

Blue Stallion Brewing Co.

Lexington, Kentucky

This brewery and taproom in Lexington, Kentucky struggled with cold air from the warehouse making its way into the adjacent taproom, chilling patrons in the winter. An Essence® fan helps push heat trapped at the warehouse’s high ceiling down to the floor, keeping the taproom and its patrons comfortable all winter long.

Solution: Essence
Government

Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

After being decommissioned in 1970, the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier became home to Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum. The steel ship absorbed and trapped heat like an oven, but Element by Big Ass Fans® provided much-needed air movement for guests and staff.

Solution: Element
Education

Red Bank Middle School

Chattanooga, Tennessee

The two-story atrium at the center of the new Red Bank Middle School was going to get funky and stagnant without air movement. The design team solved these problems before they started by installing three 16-ft (4.8-m) Element fans, which work in tandem with the school’s geothermal heating and cooling system.

Solution: Element
Fitness

Hoist Fitness Systems

Poway, California

Hoist Fitness Systems, which produces strength training and indoor cycling products, needed to keep its hot assembly area and showroom/workout facility cool. Custom-painted Essence® fans keep the spaces cool and comfortable for just pennies per hour.

Solution: Essence
Commercial/Public Spaces

Mellow Mushroom

Atlanta, Georgia

Mellow Mushroom needed a way to cool down its patio in Atlanta, and four small, conventional ceiling fans weren’t doing the job. A custom-painted 12-ft (3.6-m) Essence® fan makes a serious statement on the patio, moving slowly to create a cooling breeze that won’t blow away napkins, bills or menus.

Solution: Essence
Motor Vehicles

Dondelinger Chevrolet

Baxter, Minnesota

Dondelinger Chevrolet struggled to keep customers warm in Baxter, Minnesota, where January temps average -4°F (-20°C). A 12-ft (3.6-m) Essence® by Big Ass Fans® helps circulate warm air, keeping the showroom toasty warm even on ridiculously cold days.

Solution: Essence
Motor Vehicles

Luck Stone

Manakin Sabot, Virginia

Heavy machinery technicians at Luck Stone Corporation heated their shop with propane and recycled oil, but the hot air went straight to the facility’s 30-ft (9.1-m) ceiling. A 20-ft (6-m) Powerfoil® brings all that warmth back down to earth.

Solution: Powerfoil
Agriculture

Lexington Equine Surgery & Sports Medicine

Lexington, Kentucky

To keep horses comfortable as they prepared for or recovered from surgery, a Lexington equine health clinic installed a 12-ft (3.7-m) Powerfoil®X fan in its barn. The fan creates a breeze throughout the barn, improving air quality, and helping horses and humans stay cool all summer long.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Aviation

British Airways Hangar 6

London, England

Major temperature differences between the floor and mezzanine of British Airways Hangar 6 meant uncomfortable workers and high heating bills. Five 24-ft (7.3-m) Big Ass Fans® helped stabilize temperatures in the hangar, cutting energy consumption by more than two million kilowatt hours in the first four months of use.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Commercial/Public Spaces

Holy Cross Parish

South Bend, Indiana

Between the lack of air conditioning and an ancient boiler system, congregants of the 70-year-old Holy Cross Parish were uncomfortable year round. Holy Cross installed two 16-ft (4.8-m) Element fans, which silently circulate air to keep the space cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Solution: Element
Aviation

Hangar 25 – Bob Hope Airport

Burbank, California

The world’s first LEED Platinum® aviation hangar looked to Big Ass Fans® not only to keep temperatures consistent, but also to keep birds out of the building. Seven 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®Plus fans increased air circulation, making the hangar feel 10 to 20°F (5.5 to 11.1°C) cooler while discouraging airborne pests.

Solution: Powerfoil Plus
Agriculture

Walter P. Rawl & Sons

Pelion, South Carolina

Large translucent panels allowed daylight to heat up the maintenance shop at Walter P. Rawl & Sons, making it difficult to keep comfortable in the summer, and high ceilings trapped heat in the winter. Two 20-ft (6.1-m) Powerfoil®X fans now keep the space comfortable all year.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Motor Vehicles

Greenwood Ford Lincoln

Bowling Green, Kentucky

Auto technicians at Greenwood Ford Lincoln of Bowling Green, Kentucky, were using portable lights to see under the hoods of the cars they were repairing. Big Ass Solutions® installed 104 super-bright Big Ass Light™ LED fixtures. So long, flashlights. Hello lasting illumination.

Solution: Powerfoil 8Lighting
Motor Vehicles

Red River Motor Co.

Bossier City, Louisiana

Replacing burnt-out fluorescent tube lights was cutting into the time technicians at Red River Motor Co. were actually working on cars. Plus, the Louisiana service space was too hot. Big Ass Solutions® delivered a one-two punch of problem-solving with a Big Ass Light™ LED retrofit and three Powerfoil®8 fans.

Solution: Powerfoil 8Lighting
Motor Vehicles

Audi Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills, California

Audi Beverly Hills needed an air movement solution that could double as an eye-catching centerpiece for the modern renovation of their showroom on Wilshire Boulevard. Four 10-ft (3.1-m) Isis® fans did the trick, turning over lots of air and turning heads as well.

Solution: Isis
Industrial

Aaron & Company

New Brunswick, New Jersey

Condensation threatened to rust and ruin products stored at kitchen and bath distributor Aaron & Company’s New Jersey warehouse. Since installing two Big Ass Fans®, the company hasn’t lost a thing thanks to the improved airflow and temperature regulation.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Industrial

Kentucky Eagle

Lexington, Kentucky

Kentucky Eagle, a distributor for Anheuser-Busch, had trouble regulating temperature in a meeting and packing facility where 25 to 30 trucks drive in and out every day. Powerfoil®X fans help cool the packing area, while sleek Element fans take care of the meeting space (and look good doing it).

Solution: ElementPowerfoil X
Industrial

Kohl’s Distribution Center

Findlay, Ohio

Air conditioning at Kohl’s distribution center in Findlay, Ohio, wasn’t finding its way around the multilevel maze of conveyor belts and equipment to reach all employees. Directed airflow from 54 ceiling-mounted SweatBee™ fans helped solve that problem in a jiffy.

Solution: Sweat Bee
Industrial

Braum’s Ice Cream and Dairy

Tuttle, Oklahoma

Oklahoma temperatures hovering near 100°F (37.7°C) for an entire summer left employees at Braum’s Ice Cream and Dairy Stores’ storage facility seeking their own frozen treats. The dry goods storage facility became much more tolerable after the installation of eight 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®X Fans.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Industrial

Amsoil Inc.

Superior, Wisconsin

Amsoil Inc.’s giant warehouse had trouble circulating heat in the winter – temperatures at the ceiling were sometimes 30°F (16°C) warmer than the ground. A Powerfoil®X by Big Ass Fans® brought its destratification A-game, leveling out temperatures and keeping employees comfortable.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Industrial

Ruskin Company

Lexington, Kentucky

Large production equipment used in the manufacturing of air and sound control products blocked airflow at Ruskin Company’s plant. Pivot®180 by Big Ass Fans® improves airflow in dead spots, and the oscillating mount makes employees feel cooler wherever they go.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesPowerfoil X
Industrial

DecoPac

Anoka, Minnesota

DecoPac’s two-story warehouse in Anoka, Minnesota, wasn’t air conditioned, which resulted in different temperatures at ceiling and ground level. Pivot®, Yellow Jacket® and Powerfoil®X fans help with destratification – mixing the air to create a uniform temperature throughout the building and more comfort all around.

Solution: Yellow JacketPowerfoil X SeriesPowerfoil X
Industrial

Custom Vinyl

Newport News, Virginia

When Custom Vinyl Products Inc. moved into a new, larger facility, they needed more air circulation, but didn’t want to install expensive ductwork. Three 18-ft (5.4-m) diameter Powerfoil®X fans provide air circulation for all while contributing to lower gas bills.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Government

Fire Station No. 7

Gulfport, Mississippi

When the Gulfport, Mississippi, fire station was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, architects redesigned it with energy efficiency in mind. A Big Ass Fan® helps regulate temperatures and keeps energy costs low, all while ridding the building of exhaust fumes.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Government

Kentucky National Guard

Kentucky

Constantly-opening hangar doors made it hard to regulate temperatures at the Kentucky National Guard aircraft maintenance hangar. A Powerfoil®X2.0 increases airflow, improving summer comfort and making the heating system more efficient in the winter.

Solution: Powerfoil X SeriesAirGo 2.0
Government

Ft. Eustis Army Aviation Logistics School

Newport News, Virginia

The U.S. Army Aviation Logistics School was subject to wild temperature variations, and excessive heat made learning difficult for students. Six overhead Big Ass Fans®, as well as a 6-ft (1.8-m) Pivot™ and 8-ft (2.4-m) mobile AirGo® fan set things right.

Solution: AirGo 2.0Powerfoil X Series
Fitness

The Mercury Method

Chicago, Illinois

The Mercury Method, a revolutionary new fitness center, required an air circulation solution that would help keep clients comfortable without disturbing the temperature-controlled environment, kept at a steady 98.6° F (37°C). Two 8-ft (2.4-m) Isis® fans work with the HVAC system to make it more efficient and effective.

Solution: Isis
Fitness

Snap Fitness

Lexington, Kentucky

Cooling a fitness center is difficult and expensive, and Snap Fitness was in need of an efficient cooling solution to supplement its existing HVAC system. A 9-ft. diameter Isis® fan. Isis is designed specifically for fitness centers with ceilings as low as 12-ft. (3.6m) and helps maintain a comfortable environment while reducing energy consumption.

Solution: Isis
Fitness

Scripps Ranch Swim & Racquet Club

San Diego, California

High-speed wall fans at Scripps Ranch Swim & Racquet Club left some members wanting more airflow, while others were disturbed by the direct breeze and noisy operation. Three 9-ft (2.7-m) diameter Isis® fans enable club managers to select the perfect level of airflow for every activity, from Pilates to spinning.

Solution: Isis
Fitness

Chicago Indoor Sports

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago Indoor Sports Owner Mike Widell successfully used Big Ass Fans® to make soccer players more comfortable and improve heating efficiency, but wanted to upgrade after several years. Widell took advantage of Big Ass Fans’ aftermarket Trade-In Program, swapping his four older fans for newer models at a reduced price.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Fitness

Kentucky Indoor Soccer and Sports

Lexington, Kentucky

With 300 soccer teams competing in the facility year round, Kentucky Indoor Soccer and Sports struggled to keep players and spectators comfortable. Two 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®X fans make the winter months more comfortable by pushing down warm air from the ceiling, and create cooling breezes in the summer.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Fitness

Double Diamond Athletic Club

Reno, Nevada

The two-story area in the Double Diamond Athletic Club central gym presented a challenge when it came to air movement. Patrons pumping iron downstairs were too cool, while those on the cardio balcony were feeling a little too much burn. A 20-ft (6-m) Element fan was a perfect fit for all around comfort.

Solution: Element
Fitness

Planet Fitness

Newington, New Hampshire

Planet Fitness locations nationwide have been searching for an energy-efficient solution to increase air movement and enhance its members’ workout experience. Large, custom-painted Powerfoil®X Plus and Element fans now create more comfortable, efficient environments in Planet Fitness locations across the country.

Solution: ElementIsisPowerfoil X Plus

Louvers and warehouse fans mounted just below the 36-ft (10.9-m) ceiling of this indoor football practice facility provided ventilation and air movement, but at a level too high for the players to feel the benefit. Highland Park used a variety of Big Ass Fans® to solve their air circulation needs.

Solution: Yellow JacketAirGo 2.0Powerfoil X Plus
Education

Marion County High School

Lebanon, Kentucky

For 40 years, Marion County High School officials tried unsuccessfully to cool their non-air conditioned gymnasium with box fans, floor fans and a variety of inefficient air movers. Two 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®X fans, custom powder-coated to promote school spirit, are the perfect solution to keep the gym comfortable.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Education

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada

Debilitating air circulation problems with the 900-sq-ft (274-sq-m) lobby of the Tonopah Residence Complex made employees and students alike uncomfortable. The installation of an 8-ft (2.4-m) diameter Isis® fan not only provided the necessary air movement, but also helped regulate temperatures throughout the space.

Solution: Isis
Education

Iowa State University

Ames, Iowa

Iowa State University’s aging Lied Recreation Athletic Center needed an energy-efficient alternative to mechanical cooling. Ten 20- to 24-ft (6- to 7.3-m) Powerfoil®X Plus fans, as well as twelve 6-ft (1.8-m) Pivot fans, provide the air movement the facility desperately needed.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Commercial/Public Spaces

First Baptist Church of Greater Cleveland

Cleveland, Ohio

The sanctuary at the First Baptist Church of Greater Cleveland needed to maintain a steady 74°F (23°C) to keep the pipe organ in working order, but the financial burden was unbearable. A 12-ft (3.6-m) Element fan was a beautiful solution to the church’s problems, keeping the sanctuary temperate year-round.

Solution: Element
Education

George Mason University

Fairfax, Virgina

With 30-ft (9.1-m) ceilings, George Mason University’s Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center struggled to maintain consistent temperatures and needed air movement to dispel chloramines at the pool surface. Two 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®X Plus fans combat air movement issues and aid in the ventilation effectiveness of the HVAC system.

Solution: Powerfoil X Plus
Commercial/Public Spaces

Giant Eagle

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

With 22,000 square feet (6,705 square meters) of open retail space and peaked ceilings reaching 40 feet (12.1 meters), conditioning the new Giant Eagle store effectively and efficiently was no simple task. Two 12-ft (3.6-m) Element fans evenly distribute the conditioned air, keeping customers cool and comfortable.

Solution: Element
Commercial/Public Spaces

DPR Construction San Diego

San Diego, California

DPR Construction San Diego became the first commercial office in San Diego to achieve both net-zero status and LEED Platinum® for New Construction. Energy-efficient Big Ass Fans contributed to energy optimization and thermal comfort requirements.

Solution: Isis
Commercial/Public Spaces

Manitoba Hydro

Winnipeg, Manitoba

The new Manitoba Hydro office building featured a 75-ft (22.9-m) high atrium, which created massive temperature differences between the ceiling and the floor. Three 14-ft (4.2-m) Element fans eliminated those temperature differences, keeping the entire office more comfortable—top to bottom.

Solution: Element
Commercial/Public Spaces

W Bali

Seminyak, Bali

Interior designers needed a stylish and energy-efficient airflow solution to keep guests comfortable while dining al fresco at the W Bali – Seminyak Retreat & Spa. Twenty-five white matrix composite Haiku® fans provide silent air circulation, and won’t droop in the humid, muggy Bali conditions.

Solution: Haiku Fans
Commercial/Public Spaces

Hot Italian Pizza & Panini Bar

Sacramento, California

With aspirations of becoming the first LEED® Certified™ restaurant and retail facility in the region, Hot Italian Pizza & Panini Bar was in search of energy-efficient airflow. A 12-ft (3.6-m) Element fan proved to be a perfect fit for the space, complementing the restaurant’s décor and providing silent, efficient air circulation.

Solution: Element
Commercial/Public Spaces

Patroon

New York, New York

Patroon restaurant tried using small, high-speed fans to cool down their rooftop bar, but the look and noise didn’t suit the carefully designed space. New sleek, silent Isis® fans help the bar feel “drastically” cooler, and add to, rather than detract from, Patroon’s signature look.

Solution: Isis
Aviation

HondaJet Southeast

Tallahassee, Florida

Flightline Group, Inc. of Tallahassee needed a way to keep aircraft technicians comfortable in a new maintenance and storage hangar for HondaJet Southeast. A Powerfoil®X Plus from Big Ass Fans® helps keep air flowing throughout the facility so techs stay cool all summer long.

Solution: Powerfoil X Plus
Aviation

Stratus Flight

Spartanburg, South Carolina

Stratus Flight needed to circulate air in its 18,200-sq-ft (1,690-sq-m) maintenance hangar, and pedestal fans weren’t cutting it—they were noisy, ineffective and took up valuable floor space. One 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®Plus fan creates serious airflow, keeping the hangar comfortable year-round.

Solution: Powerfoil Plus
Aviation

Jack Henry & Associates

Monett, Missouri

Jack Henry & Associates installed Big Ass Fans in two hangars. The fans made an immediate difference. In the winter, the fans pushed warm air from the radiant heaters down, so the heat made it to the floor in just a couple minutes, rather than an hour. On an 85°F (29°C) day in the summer, the breeze from the fans meant technicians could work comfortably despite the heat.

Solution: Powerfoil X Series
Aviation

Cook Canyon Ranch Aviation

Dallas, Texas

Aircraft technicians at Dallas-area Cook Canyon Ranch Aviation needed a way to keep cool in the summer heat. A 24-ft (7.3-m) Big Ass Fan® now keeps the hangar cool even in hot Texas summers, moving the air slowly to create quiet, cooling breezes.

Solution: Powerfoil X Plus
Agriculture

Nebraska State Fair

Grand Island, Nebraska

The Nebraska State Fair Board needed a way to efficiently improve indoor air quality and comfort for both two- and four-legged fair visitors. Big Ass Fans® have improved indoor conditions so much that the fair is now “signing up shows faster than [it] can accommodate.”

Solution: Powerfoil X
Agriculture

Three Bears Farm

Cartersville, Georgia

Three Bears Farm needed better air movement when it upgraded its facility with a new indoor riding arena and an updated barn. Six Powerfoil®X fans, ranging from 12 feet (3.7 m) to 24 feet (7.3 m) in diameter, keep horses and riders cool even in hot, humid Georgia summers.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Agriculture

Hi Hopes Farm

Weddington, North Carolina

Noisy, inefficient box fans weren’t getting the job done at Hi Hopes Farm when it came to comfort and indoor air quality. A combination of Big Ass Fans®—ten Haiku®, five Isis® and one Powerfoil®8—installed throughout the barns now keep horses and humans comfortable year-round.

Solution: Haiku FansPowerfoil 8Isis
Agriculture

Zirbel Dairy

De Pere, Wisconsin

Zirbel Dairy needed a way to increase milk production during the summer and keep cows comfortable all year long (a comfy cow is a productive cow, after all). Twelve 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®X fans provided constant air movement in the barn, increasing milk production and dispersing odors and fumes.

Solution: Powerfoil X
Agriculture

Woodall Dairy Farms

Lewisburg, Kentucky

Woodall Dairy Farms Co-owner Jimmy Woodall needed an effective and inexpensive solution to keep his herd of 650 dairy cows healthy and productive. Twenty-five Big Ass Fans® keep the air mooooooving, cooling down his cows and increasing milk production for a fraction of the price of turbo fans.

Solution: Powerfoil X