Our low-maintenance fans solve air distribution problems and provide energy cost savings in building with higher an average ceilings, including:
Yes. Air-Row Fans has designed products to meet particularly challenging heating and cooling issues inherent with large, high-ceilinged buildings. Air-Row Fans are not paddle fans, but rather destratification fans that push air down in long columns to rotate the hot air at the ceiling with the cooler air down low. Beyond this, Air-Row™ fan products address many specific challenges --
Air-Row fans set the industry standard for blowing the greatest amount of air at the most efficient cost. The following readings were taken using a hand-held Supco Digital Air-Flow/Volume Meter (DAVM). In each case, the integrity of the air column was maintained, and the air column was never wider than three (3) feet at any elevation.
In a typical commercial/industrial building with a 20-foot ceiling, the temperature differential from floor to ceilings can be in excess of 15 degrees. The addition of Air-Row fans can decrease that differential to 2-3 degrees. In addition, the fans will decrease the HVAC run-time and cut up to 30% in energy costs.
See the charts above. Air-Row has designed its fan products to fit into tight spaces among ceiling joists, beams, and duct runs, preventing any size or weight restrictions.
Air-Row fan products set the industry standard for producing the most air for the least power at the greatest cost savings. The Air-Row fan uses the equivalent power of a 40 watt light bulb, and 120 volts apply for these amperages. Air-Row fans use an EC motor, which uses significantly less wattage than the shaded pole motor used by many manufacturers.
Fans need to be placed strategically to achieve the best results. Air-Row provides placement consultation to help you meet the specific challenges of your building. For best air mixing, there should be no obstruction from floor to ceiling.
No. Air-Row Fans may be created without any exposed fan blades.
Fan installation is simple, and each product comes with its own set of instructions. The Air-Row Fan Company has designed its fans to be the primary destratification device in large buildings. The key to success is proper placement, therefore Air-Row offers consultation specific to your building. With the Air-Row Fans in place, the main HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) supply air fans will only run when they are required for fresh air or thermal change.
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Air-Row products use a better fan blade for greater heat resistance. Our fan blade is impervious to airborne chemicals and moves 10-20% more air.
Air-Row destratification fans are not like traditional ceiling paddle fans. Our fans do more than just circulate air, as paddle fans do. Our fans address destratification, a naturally occurring pattern of physics that happens as heat rises and HVAC systems create more air.
Trapped air is a challenge in every building. It is the result of a naturally occurring pattern of physics called “air stratification” and is beyond the scope of HVAC systems.
Air becomes stratified as heat rises naturally, leaving the coolest air to remain at the floor. Since heat rises at .7o for every foot of vertical height, a building with 20’ ceilings will always be approximately 15o warmer at the ceiling than the floor.
Air-Row Fans “destratify” buildings by gathering this air trapped at the ceiling and bringing in to the floor. In perfecting this process of destratification, we normalize the temperature from floor to ceiling and bring “targeted” air to where it is needed down below.
In scientific terms, it’s the process of mixing air. For you, it means cost savings. In big, high-ceiling buildings, it means big cost savings, and at a minimal investment. Our fans take the air in your building and mix it like no other fan to achieve a more consistent temperature. The result is — you turn the temperature setting lower, you turn it on later, and your customers stay longer. Click below to see just how “de-stratification” works.