Sports & Leisure
Controlling energy costs as well as achieving and maintaining comfortable internal environments in leisure centres is expensive and challenging.
Leisure facility operators don’t need to be told that energy costs come second to labour costs which is not surprising due to the very nature of the design and size of most sports buildings. It does not matter if it’s a swimming pool, gym or sports hall; altogether they create a challenge for any HVAC system not only to maintain required temperatures but create environments which are agreeable for users.
Airius destratification fans work simply and inexpensively alongside all types of HVAC equipment to improve your energy management by balancing temperatures, reducing both heating and cooling costs by between 20 to 50% or more and create gentle air movement thorough out the internal space.
Airius are World leaders in destratification fan technology and have the largest range of fan units that can be installed into both open and suspended ceilings and are suitable for any leisure centre application.
“Since the installation of the units the air quality and temperature has vastly improved and people are now feeling a lot more comfortable in the environment.”
Tom Lyons – Knowsley Council
"These have made a vast improvement to the internal atmosphere within the buildings and the public who use the facilities find the air quality greatly improved for sporting activities. The heating systems come on much less often and the complaints from swimmers about the warmth in the swimming pool area has reduced by 90%.“
James Dunn – Facilities Manager
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"We carried out temperature readings before and after installation and after the variance in temperature over a 24 hour period was between 1 and 1.5 degrees. This is a significant improvement over previous readings. Feedback from Centre users has been very positive with customers commenting on the “freshness” of the internal environment.”
Duncan A. McLaren BSc, PgDip, AIEMA – Senior Energy Technician
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