Thermal stratification affects buildings of all sizes and types and will increase the energy consumption and costs for your company. By selecting a model from the Airius line of destratification systems, your company and building will benefit from the following:
All Standard and Designer Series units come with a 3 year replacement warranty – return defective units to Airius Europe carriage paid – upon receipt Airius will dispatch a new unit by return carriage paid.
A unique offer unmatched by any other destratification fan manufacturer! At Airius Europe we are so convinced that you will be happy with how our destratification fans perform we are pleased to offer you a 120 day money back guarantee on any agreed trial to quell any doubts you may have in your decision making process.
How the offer works:
We agree the basis of the trial in advance. You order, we supply, you install. You settle the supply invoice within 30 days. If you are not happy during the 120 day trial period then return the units. Terms and conditions apply.
The original blade fan has been used for over 100 years whilst box fans were introduced in the late 1960s. Over the past few years destratification fan technology has moved on dramatically to the new third generation Airius Axial Turbine Fan. The latest generation axial turbine fan from Airius releases the full energy saving potential from destratification and has been designed for use in any application – from offices to aircraft hangars.
These are installed at ceiling height and send air to the floor in a slow-moving column. This uses very low levels of power, due to the fact that it pushes air through only a very small space: the column. As the airflow doesn’t spread out, it doesn’t lose momentum. Once it reaches floor level, the airflow blankets out in all directions before rising and being re-circulated through the fan. Ultra quiet with minimal air movement, making them ideal for noise sensitive environments. Savings on average between 20-50%, although significantly higher levels have been recorded (See Lush Cosmetics Case Study).
The cheapest option, works by ‘churning’ the air. However it is not organised and the airflow disperses before it can reach the floor.
These are fixed to the wall at head height and angled upwards. They send air at high velocity upwards to push warm air gathered at the ceiling to floor level, which requires a high level of energy. This type of fan is also limited to industrial buildings where noise and excessive airflow are not a problem.
These units are fixed to the ceiling and send high velocity air directly to the floor. This creates draught problems and can pick up and circulate dust particles. They are also high energy consumers and not suitable for noise sensitive environments.
Installed at ceiling height sending air to the floor through a series of ducts. To overcome the friction of air against the inside of the ducting high velocity airflow is required. Once airflow is distributed at floor level it results in localised destratification near the ducting exhausts only, as it is then not organised to circulate and instead immediately rises back to the ceiling. Installation of the ducting is also expensive and time consuming, causing extended disruption to a buildings normal operation.