From the introduction of the original Airius fan in June 2004, Airius has grown its offerings to include several product lines that serve the destratification needs of many building types and sizes. Airius has assisted thousands of facilities around the world to increase comfort, balance humidity, increase indoor air quality, reduce carbon footprints and save on HVAC energy costs. Airius, the manufacturer of the Air Pear and Designer Series fans, destratifies unlike any other product on the market. The combination of our patented stator system and tapered Venturi design moves air 8-100 feet vertically using minimal power to balance temperatures from floor to ceiling and wall to wall, reducing HVAC costs while increasing thermal comfort.
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- Air and Climate
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- Globally (various continents)
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The Airius product lines are proudly engineered and manufactured in the USA, ensuring ARRA compliance, and marketed through Airius Americas (USA), Airius Europe (UK) and Airius Oceania (AU). If you have any questions or require technical assistance,
The Airius Difference
All Airius fans feature a unique nozzle design and patented stator system to ensure that a laminar non-turbulent column of air is delivered from the ceiling to the floor below — where we live and work. With any axial fan, there exists a radial component to the air flow causing it to spread laterally and lose velocity when leaving the blades. Airius’ patented fixed blade stator sits below the fan to transfer this rotational component into linear motion exiting the nozzle. Having all the airflow energy in line with the fan axis promotes a tight air column and maximizes the throw. Another design aspect that helps to maximize throw is the shape of the nozzle. Utilizing the Venturi effect, the nozzle increases the exit speed and allows for the air throw to be maximized even further.
The combination of housing shape, patented stator and energy efficient motors is what makes Airius fans unique in delivering air over long distances using minimal power.