HeatingSave Destratification Fans Videos
Destratification Fans Explained. What are destratification fans? How do they work?
Stratification can occur naturally, through solar radiation entering windows or solar gain through poorly insulated roves and wall panels. Stratification can also occur via heating systems using radiators or ground-level heating such as electric radiant fires. Finally, stratification can occur with the use of overhead gas radiant heaters such as black bulb types.
Destratification Fans Explained. Perfect for buildings with radiant heaters
Destratification Fans controlled by HeatingSave are excellent solutions for buildings using radiant, black bulb type heaters. Find out just how HeatingSave can help you lower energy bills in this type of setting.
Destratification Fans Explained. Using destratification fans to maintain air quality
Destratification fans are very important for maintaining air quality within a building. HeatingSave monitors air quality parameters and controls destratification fans in order to circulate and purify the air.
Destratification Fans Explained - Summer and Winter Functionality
Destratification fans are very useful both during winter and summer. If you are heating this space and you do not have destratification fans then your heating bills will be much higher than they should be. Installing these bucket-like, variable speed destratification fans, placed strategically in large open spaces, will mix the air to provide a constant temperature and air quality.