Save 20% to 50% On Heating & Cooling Costs
What Is A De-Stratification Fan ?
De-Stratification fans prevent hot air from rising and accumulating at the ceiling by recirculating it down to floor level where it is needed. They also prevent cool air from becoming trapped in low points or in poorly circulated areas, thus creating a much more comfortable and controllable environment. It does this by constantly circulating and mixing the internal air until temperatures are balanced and equalised between the floor and ceiling – thermal De-stratification. This lessens the workload required from your heating and cooling system significantly, resulting in a highly reduced operating time. Considerable overall energy savings are achieved.
The reduced energy requirement also means that you are lowering your carbon footprint significantly, so much so that de-stratification is recommended by the Carbon Trust as one of its top 3 carbon saving measures making it an efficient and cost effective carbon reduction solution.
Free hanging De-stratification fans, first introduced in 2004, are a highly efficient, third generation, standalone De-stratification fan (axial turbine) that is suspended just below ceiling height. Each unit is capable of equalising between 60 and 220 square meters of floor area. The free hanging product range is available in several models with various motors/controls to accommodate ceiling heights from 2.5 to 38 metres, ranging from the short model 10 to the largest model 100. Available in off white, or they can be custom painted to match any RAL colour code.
How Does It Work ?
Why you need De-Stratification ?
Save 20% to 50% On Heating And Cooling Costs
- Improved environmental conditions
- Improved comfort for staff and visitors
- Hot and cold spots reduced if not eliminated
- More even temperatures throughout
- Reduced morning heat up times
- Rapid ROI - usually 12 - 24 months
- 3 year warranty
- Increases lighting lifespan
- Reduce condensation