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Impact of GreenMango HVLS Fans on Distribution

IMPACT OF GREENMANGO HVLS FANS ON DISTRIBUTION

 

Manufacturing and production facilities with high ceiling face numerous and often changing environmental control challenges. These include adequate and safe ventilation of production areas, and cost-effective temperature control within all employee-designated areas, form work spaces to the cafeteria.

Companies must also help protect investments in capital equipment which are often susceptible to heat and contaminant issues. Proper environmental control can prolong equipment life and reduce maintenance costs.

HVLS fans Technologies can solve all these Problems, efficiently and cost-effectively.

The physics of High Volume Low Speed fans lend themselves well to manufacturing and production environments.

Year round, HVLS fans can provide superior ventilation capabilities.

They continuously mix incoming fresh air with stale air, thus minimizing the total amount of ventilation required to achieve adequate air quality.

No other industrial fan, system, or ventilation technology does this better. The slow moving fan blades circulate massive quantities of air with a non-disruptive, but highly effective flow pattern.

As a result, airborne contaminants such as smoke are rapidly ventilated, but not at the cost of raising settled dust. As such, you can reduce the possibility of adverse effects the poor air quality can have on people, as well as equipment and products.

Beyond ventilation comes the issue of environmental comfort – an area in which MegaFan HVLS fans also excel. During hot months 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, our 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 teild well in excess of a 16°C differential form the found on the floor.

HVLS fan technology circulates this trapped heat, continually forcing it to circulate down and throughout the structure without a chilling breeze. This provides a more even distribution of heat form top to bottom especially important when employees are working at different levels within a generally open structure.

HVLS Fans can drive large amount of air in very large space and circulate air across an area up to 20 meters form the fan’s center in all directions. the purpose of this fan is to create the draft of air in a specific region which keeps the temperature of air low for longer period of time. this draft create a wind chill effect and give a sensation of cooling to the operators. These fans can be used for both purpose to increase the exhaust of gases or to keep the low temperature in the desired area.

These fans can provide a CFM of around 380,000 covering area of 16,900 sq ft by consuming 1.5KW of energy. This single fan can replace number of wall mounted fans and hence can give you the payback in 6 months.

Advantages of HVLS Fans

  • Energy Efficient
  • Low noise
  • Improve work efficiency
  • Eliminates the ducting and other wall mounted Fans

Distribution centers, manufacturing plants and other large, open industrial facilities face a host of unique design and environmental control challenges. In the summer, they can become uncomfortably warm, while in the winter their inhabitants often shiver at floor level while heated air rises into the rafters. They also face condensation-related issues, ventilation-related issues and because  of their sheer sized potential difficulties with zone specific management.

While HVAC and building management systems (BMS) can address these problems to some extent, savvy facilities managers now have another weapon in their arsenal; networked systems of high-volume, low speed (HVLS) fans. By mixing heat-stratified layers of air, HVLS fans make HVAC systems more efficient, significantly improving employee comfort and health in all seasons, while providing additional benefits in buildings with no air conditioning. They also help to reduce energy consumption, combat air quality-related problems, and even can be integrated in fire prevention systems.

 

Seasonal Benefits of HVLS Fans

The environmental benefits of HVLS fans in both hot and cold weather have been well documented. In steamy climates, they can help industrial facilities guard against heat stroke, heat exhaustion and other heat-related maladies by providing working with an evaporative cooling sensation, reducing the effective temperature by 7-11 degrees. This not only makes employees safer and more productive, but also it allows for significantly lower settings on the air conditioning system.

HVLS fans’ benefits are even more pronounced in the winter months. They mitigate the rising heat effect by destrayifying layers of heated air, gently circulating warm air from the ceiling back toward employees at the floor level. Thus, facilities equipped with HVLS fans reduce the burden on their heating system and don’t require as high a thermostat set-point to achieve a standard level of environmental comfort reducing energy consumption and saving money.

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