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Life's a breeze with new Altra-Air fans

10-02-2011
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Fanmaster has launched a new line of energy efficient Altra-Air high volume low speed big fans (HVLS).

Fanmaster firmly believes the new range is the quietest, most energy efficient HVLS big fans now available.

Altra-Air HVLS ceiling fans can move more air than ever before, with 20 per cent more efficiency.

The new big fans deviate from traditional HVLS big fans by featuring a five-bladed design with WhalePower's new Tubercle Technology.

Tubercle Technology is more than just another blade design – it is a fundamental advancement in fluid dynamics, which revolutionises the Altra-Air HVLS ceiling fans.

Unlike small fans that cool only when you're directly in front of them, Altra-Air HVLS fans blanket a large area with constantly moving air to create an expansive comfort zone.

As a result, an evaporative cooling effect of 6„a-8„aC occurs throughout the facility.

Hot air rises and during the heating season, the Altra-Air HVLS fan technology can “de-stratify” uneven temperatures that can be in excess of 15„aC from ceiling to floor.

This results in significant cost savings since the heating system cycles less frequently. Hot and cold spots are also eliminated.
 
Fanmaster
Ph: 02 9524 9999
www.fanmaster.com.au

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