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|Model No.||Diameter||HP||Displacement||Max. Power Usage||Coverage Area||Price|
|H5F18-1HP||18'||1||201,870 CFM||.875 kW||15,000 sq.ft.||$5,662.65|
|H5F20-1HP||20'||1||222,013 CFM||.875 kW||15,000 sq.ft.||$5,737.98|
|H5F24-2HP||24'||2||384,363 CFM||1.75 kW||20,000 sq.ft.||$6,328.91|
These HVLS fans utilize only 5 blades, rather than the outdated industry standard 10 blades. After extensive studies, this design creates more air, is lighter, and puts less. These fans can produce more air flow with 5 than competitive fans can at ten. Using the same amount of power, these fans can run faster and more efficiently. It's 46% lighter, pushes 10% more air, and lasts twice as long than its predecessors.
When it's hot in facilities without A/C, slowly moving air breaks up the moisture-saturated boundary layer surrounding the body, accelerating evaporation to produce a cooling effect. When used in conjunction with air conditioning or evaporation cooling systems, HVLS Fans can efficiently circulate cooled air throughout the structure.
During the cold months the basic problem is air temperature stratification. Simply put, this means since heated air rises, it gets caught in the ceiling and can typically yield a significant temperature differential from that found on the floor.
HVLS fan technology circulates this trapped heat, continually forcing it to circulate down and throughout the structure. This provides a more even distribution of heat from top to bottom - especially important when employees are working at different levels within a generally open structure. Furthermore, because of advanced technology, there's never a chilling breeze - air movement is imperceptible.