- For ever degree rise in temperature about 77ºF, productivity drops by 2%.
- The annual productivity cost of buildings with poor ventilation is $60 billion.
- The #1 complaint to facility managers is temperature.
- Poor indoor air quality is one of the top 10 complaints of corporate tenants.
This doesn’t even include what the health effects of sick building syndrome are costing businesses. So what can you do to make sure your business and employees don’t suffer?
Different Types of Fans that Improve Building Ventilation and Airflow
The good news is that you don’t have to shell out more money on your expensive HVAC system. In fact, OSHA’s recommended solution is to improve ventilation and airflow. And all you need to do that is the right fan. Not just any fan, because many of them will just push hot, stale air around and do nothing; you need a fan that will give you results.
The infographic below shows three types of fans – large diameter; 7 foot directional; and wind powered turbines – that will actually improve ventilation and airflow in your building.
Fans Aren’t Just for Manufacturing Facilities
You might be thinking that a fan won’t work for you since you don’t have a manufacturing business. But actually, these fans are used in a wide variety of facilities including:
- Automotive shops
- Military facilities
- Sports arenas
- Airport hangers
- Agricultural buildings
- Event centers
- Shopping malls
Ready to Learn More About Using Fans to Improve Ventilation and Airflow?
Do you want to learn more about how you can use fans in your facility? Then, check out this video and contact us. We offer a free consultation to see which types of fans will work best in your building.
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