Big Ass Fans Valor

Whether your troops work in an office or a hangar, indoors or out, solving comfort issues can be troublesome. Installing Big Ass Fans® is not.

Spanning up to 24 feet (7.3m) in diameter, silent operating ceiling- and wall-mounted, mobile, vertical or misting, Big Ass Fans move a massive amount of air while providing a breeze throughout an entire facility and increasing comfort. Studies1 have shown that more comfortable personnel are safer and more productive.

How We Combat Winter Cold

Maintenance and storage facilities are generally built with little to no insulation, putting personnel at the mercy of the weather. All too often this means cold working days with little reprieve.

Slowing your Big Ass Fan in the winter gently redirects heat rising from machinery or heating systems back down to the personnel, improving both comfort and efficiency. The energy savings achieved from reducing the amount of heat escaping through the roof is similar to turning the thermostat down 3 to 5°F (2 to 3°C), which can translate to a serious reduction in operating costs.

Always on Active Duty

Working with HVAC systems, Big Ass Fans provide an additional 10°F (5.6°C) cooling effect, evenly distributing conditioned air throughout the space. Because of the perceived cooling effect of air movement, you operate your AC at a higher setpoint, saving money without sacrificing comfort.

BIG ASS LIGHT

When every penny is accounted for, Big Ass Light ensures the maximum return on your investment. Big Ass Light LEDs use the latest technology to provide energy-efficient illumination that will pay for itself within just a few years — and then keep paying you for years to come. And with a range of commercial, industrial, indoors and outdoors fixtures available, Big Ass Light can improve the efficiency of any space.

Call Upon Us

Our government specialists know what matters in military facilities. And, they work exclusively with government contracts. Call us now at 877-244-3267 or contact us online for a custom recommendation.

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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