From Radial & Axial Fans
One of the simplest energy reduction technologies which can be installed into both new and existing buildings is thermal destratification fans, rated by the Carbon Trust as one of the top carbon reducing initiatives for any type of building. With any conventional air heating system warm air will rise to roof level by natural convection. In high buildings such as factories, warehouses and sports centres, this can result in high temperature gradients and consequently increased energy usage. ACI’s JetFan reverses the natural convection process, recirculating warm air back to working level providing a permanent reduction in roof space temperature and uniform temperature distribution.
- Consists of a unique aerodynamic cowling, combined with directional fins and a high quality fan.
- Fan produces a long throw of air for most demanding applications/environments.
- Constructed from a tough polyethylene cowl (460mm long x 580mm height/width).
- The fan’s air flow is 6,000 m³/hr and power consumption is 400W (approx).
- Highly efficient, results in low energy consumption.
- Supplied complete with cable, plug (US/Euro/UK), and a choice of either hanging chains for roof mounting or universal stand for floor mounting.
- Options include heating elements, speed controllers and thermostats and different power supplies.
- Reduction of condensation in roof space and damage to internal roofing materials.
- Improved working comfort for personnel.
- Improvement in lifespan of equipment