HVLS

AcronymDefinition
HVLSHigh Volume, Low Speed (fan type)
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Falco eMotors, a brushless permanent magnet motor technology provider that designs, develops, produces and supports an advanced portfolio of electric motors for light electric vehicles and industrial and commercial HVLS fans, has received certification for its Epoch HVLS (High Volume Low Speed) fans.
The HVLS fan comes in five sizes (8 feet to 24 feet) and is powered by a direct drive that requires no oil--a feature that makes it attractive for "clean" warehouse and DC environments, such as food or pharmaceuticals.
Previous research on how HVLS fans affect building fire safety includes the following tests addressing the concern that HVLS fans may impede sprinHer activation/operation and cause severe fire hazards:
To complete the full suite of comfort solutions, MacroAir HVLS fans are distributed by EnergyLogic as the professional and sleek alternative to operate in reverse during the colder winter months and de-stratify hot air down to the employees, limiting heat rise to the ceiling.
The environmental benefits of HVLS fans in both hot and cold weather have been well documented.
As new heating techniques develop and gain popularity, technologies such as high volume, low speed (HVLS) fans, direct digital control (DDC), data collection, and sensing equipment have become more common.
Markets include installing glass doors and LED lighting on refrigerated cases, reducing energy by 60 percent per refrigerated case; installing sales floor LED lighting in newly constructed and remodeled stores; and implementing high-volume, low-speed (HVLS) fans throughout its grocery distribution center.
Mississauga, Canada, April 17, 2014 --(PR.com)-- To meet the increasing demand by consumers to lower their natural gas consumption and cost, the Whalenado[TM] HVLS range of ceiling mounted fans are now available from Northern Dock Systems.
It is shown ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] 1999) that high-voltage lines (HVLs) can be a significant source of ozone.
As these tests were conducted, WhalePower also developed and tested tubercles on the full lengths of each 12-foot span, high volume-low speed (HVLS) fan system for Envira-North Systems Ltd.
Remarkably, almost half of these HVls were captured outside of the Mada'in Qada--in places like Baghdad, Tikrit, Samarrah, and Abu Ghraib.