Controlling temperature without air conditioning


Air movement specialist Fanquip has developed temperature control solutions for industry – without using the expensive mode of air conditioning.

Its experienced engineers are balancing the outside/inside air quotient by using thermostatically control fans that have reverse cycle operation.

This customised solution is able to keep factories, workshops, processing plants and depots at an ambient temperature to save energy.

It does so across the entire industry spectrum including food processing, manufacturing, electrical/electronics workshops, in general warehousing and also at transport and logistics depots.

During winter Fanquip engineers can strategically install heater fans that automatically activate at the coldest point before dawn to heat premises before staff arrive for the morning shift.

Alternately, if the workplace is experiencing an excessive amount of heat during the day, a system of fans can be configured to bring in cool air late at night, to cool the premises for the morning shift.

A turnkey ambient temperature control system from Fanquip is a simple, low-cost and efficient way of keeping a worksite cool or warm – and clean – without opening doors or relying on reverse cycle air conditioning.

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