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HOW SKYBLADE FANS CAN CUT YOUR COOLING COSTS

05-09-2014
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More Australian manufacturing are now embracing High Volume Low Speed Fans (HVLS) – a popular form of cooling in the US.

And why not? HVLS fan technology not only increases workplace comfort, it can cut costs on both heating and cooling.

US manufactured SkyBlade fans from Hurll Nu-Way, are specially designed with aeronautical STOL technology. They are made to improve overall comfort by creating a gentle breeze over a wide area that utilizes the natural cooling mechanism in the body to make us feel up to 10°C cooler.

This is how you can cut costs with SkyBlade HVLS fans:

·       Operating on its own

HVLS fans replace the stale air and increase evaporation from skin. Perceived temperatures are 7-10˚C lower. Productivity rises. No need to cut operating hours during heat waves.

·       Operating with heating

Using heating less thanks to destratification, which means less noise from operating heating units and up to 20 percent savings on heating costs.

·       Operating with HVAC

Thermostat of the air-conditioning unit can be set 5-7°C warmer without noticed difference. HVAC system can be operating for fewer hours, which allows saving up to 30 percent on cooling costs.

·       Using HVLS instead of standard fans

Less noise, less energy consumption, less waste. One 20ft HVLS can replace six standard 3ft fans operating at high speeds, providing up to 90 percent reduction in electricity consumption.

·       Using HVLS for removing condensate

Moving dry air eliminates condensation problem on the floor, protects surface from rust, products from discoloration, equipment from damage and corrosion and creates safer environment for people and animals.

·       Using HVLS to protect buildings

Prevent growth of mould, mildew and bacteria associated with high humidity, which eliminates health and safety concerns and unnecessary renovations.

 

Hurll Nu-Way

Ph: 1300 556 380

www.hnw.com.au

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