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When it’s hot out, HVLS fans are a real relief. They stir up huge columns of air instead of just small sections, making them highly effective at cooling off anyone working on the floor.

Since the HVLS fans work so well at keeping people cool, there’s less of a need for air conditioning in facilities that are equipped with these appliances. An HVAC system is still good to have, but HVLS fans will supplement it well, which can reduce the cost of cooling. For facility managers trying to find the right balance between comfortable employees and affordable heating and cooling, pairing HVLS fans with an HVAC system is a win-win.


Does your facility suffer from sweating slab syndrome? Many do. Sweating slab syndrome occurs when condensation builds up on cement floors. The floor becomes slippery, and workers are now at risk of falls. Equipment like forklifts may also have a hard time retaining traction. Because HVLS fans encourage evaporation, they are excellent for reducing moisture on the ground and alleviating this safety risk.

Heat stress is another safety concern that facility managers should be aware of. When temperatures rise, workers need to keep themselves cool and safe. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend increasing air velocity as a way to reduce the risk of heat stress. HVLS fans are perfect for this task.


No facility manager wants pests in his or her building. However, some pests are tricky, especially those that can fly. Physical barriers like dock shelters or door screens can prevent creatures from flying into a warehouse, but these are most effective when paired with additional measures to keep pests out. HVLS ceiling fans can help with this issue too. Large turning blades will scare away birds, and the air movement can push bugs away as well.

3 Ways Industrial Ceiling Fans Can Benefit Your Work Environment

It’s not uncommon for large, open facilities such as warehouses, barns, and aviation hangars to battle undesirable climates. These work environments can quickly become uncomfortable for employees– sometimes too hot, other times too cold– and also might be the cause of extraneous expenses for your company.

Keep It Cool – with a fan

Or warm. Commercial fans help balance the temperature in your space by redistributing the air that typically gets trapped at ceiling level.

During the coldest times of the year, hot air is pushed back down to ground level where it is needed. In a process known as destratification, your HVLS energy-saving fan will draw heated air down and mix it with cooler air that settles near the floor.

In the summer months, these industrial ceiling fans blanket a massive area, moving air to create an expansive comfort zone with an evaporative cooling effect of up to 10 degrees. And while fans don’t technically cool the air around you, the circulating air encourages evaporation, which can make people feel several degrees cooler.

These commercial ceiling fans keep your employees cool, comfortable and working at their peak performance.

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