Push hot air to where it’s needed

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - PRODUCT WATCH -

As we all know from the school bench, warm air rises up, and all our heat­ing ef­forts create a com­fort zone right un­der the ceil­ing.

To keep the warmth where peo­ple work and live, the warm air needs to be moved from high level and re­turned to the oc­cu­pied zone (de­strat­i­fi­ca­tion).

The most ef­fi­cient and in­ex­pen­sive so­lu­tion (less than a dol­lar a day for the 650mm unit) is the Com­bat en­ergy-sav­ing fans, de­signed to im­prove heat­ing sys­tem ef­fi­ciency by keep­ing valu­able warm air down at work­ing level, and re­duc­ing heat losses through the roof struc­ture.

Main ben­e­fits of Com­bat fans in­clude power sav­ings up to 20 per cent of run­ning costs at op­ti­mum air change rate, gives more gen­tle and even air dis­tri­bu­tion due to greater vol­ume of air move­ment, and it’s suit­able for most com­mer­cial and in­dus­trial ap­pli­ca­tions.

Need to cool down the prod­uct on the process line? Com­bat fans can be an ef­fec­tive an­swer here as well.

Go to demm.co.nz/en­quiry quote: D140702

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