Anyone who’s worked under a car in August knows how brutal it can be. Productivity, health and morale suffer along with the service technician. Even with A/C, cool air rarely makes it under the car where it’s needed. That’s why the airflow from a MacroAir fan can make all the difference. Not only will our fans circulate air better than A/C or shop fans, they can also save you up to 20% on your A/C.

In winter, a MacroAir fan works to pull the warm air from the ceiling making your heating more efficient and reducing energy costs.

Most people think the job of a ceiling fan is simply to blow air. But the genius of a MacroAir fan is rooted in aerodynamics. Because when air is properly directed, it can be a powerful force for comfort and savings. Using lab simulations and wind tunnel testing, our engineers are constantly fine-tuning the air dispersion patterns of our fans to create the most efficient air movement achievable.                                                                     See it work Video 1
                                                                                        See it work Video 2

Ideally, an HVLS fan will send a column of air down and out 360° towards the walls, back up the ceiling and back through the fan (see video). That pattern, known as “floor jet circulation” naturally exchanges the air in very large spaces. Exchanged air does two things: 1) it keeps fresh air constantly circulating; 2) it actually changes the molecular structure of the room to lower temperature. Optimizing this airflow with the least amount of resistance is what makes a MacroAir 6ixBlade™ fan the industry’s most efficient fan.

 Reduce HVAC costs by up to 20%
 Distributes air up to 20,000 sq ft, corner to corner
 Costs about one dollar to run a 24’, 2HP fan for 8 hours
 Variable speed controller to set and control airflow
 Reduces and controls humidity,
moisture and bacteria
 Creates a natural breeze and atmosphere that people love
 Can be ordered in custom-colors to match your decor
 Smooth, quiet operation is ideal for noise-sensitive areas
 Accelerates and improves natural ventilation
 Minimizes odors, smoke, and exhaust fumes
 Reduce load requirements and reduce ducting
 Earn LEED credits for sustainable design

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