Arlington Heights, IL, Nov. 2021 — Air Movement and Control Association International (AMCA International) released a new report on a year-long study giving Covid-19 guidance on running large diameter ceiling fans in warehouse spaces.
Forty-two MacroAir fans for one magical event
[DUBIA, OCT 2021] — MacroAir Fans recently had the privilege of working with distribution partner, Khind, to provide HVLS fans for the World Expo taking place in Dubai, UAE.
Big ceiling fans gained popularity for cooling and heating warehouse spaces in 2018. I wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of my top picks for MacroAir’s best big fan installations in warehouses over this past year.
December has arrived and the finish line is in sight. Before you hang up our fans for another year, in order to celebrate the holidays, here’s a little throwback to reflect on some of our successful installations of big fans in automotive centers. From heating an automotive space during winter in South Dakota to cooling down customers in a collision center in Philadelphia during summer, our MacroAir large fans have been able to change the way automotive repair shops run.
Now more than ever large commercial ceiling fans are sought after for the positive impact they make on human comfort. In a recent article for Architect Magazine, the benefits of MacroAir’s big ceiling fans as a viable technology to help increase indoor air quality were highlighted.
In the latest issue of Green Building and Design Magazine, MacroAir fans contributed an informative article discussing how MacroAir’s big commercial ceiling fans aid in human wellness, create sustainability and are the perfect fit for a new student hub facility.
In the latest issue of Construction Specifier Magazine, Jonathan Hollist – Research & Development Engineer at MacroAir Fans – contributed an informative cover story discussing various topics on High Volume, Low Speed (HVLS) fan applications.
New system features integrative technology for automatic fan control
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 28, 2017
San Bernardino, Calif. – Today, MacroAir introduces AirEffect, a climate control system for large diameter fans. Through automation, AirEffect eliminates the need to constantly monitor and adjust the fans’ speed and direction in response to temperature fluctuations. AirEffect identifies and dictates the optimal operating speed and direction for each fan based on the facility’s temperature and humidity.
Since its development in 1998, HVLS fans have advanced in performance, esthetics, and control. As more companies understand the value of HVLS fans, demand has grown, driving industry expansion and development. Looking into 2017, we expect great strides in fan networking and automation as well as better tools for visualizing airflow and installing fans.