High Volume Low Speed

The High Volume Low Speed (HVLS) fan is ideal for heating and cooling in a variety of commercial and industrial applications, providing a constant flow of air throughout a space for sensible cooling and de-stratification of warm air pockets near the ceiling. The HVLS fan efficiently and quietly moves a large volume of air at a low operating cost.

  • Available in 3-Blade and 6-Blade configurations
  • Range from 8 to 24 foot diameter
  • Operates on 1 to 2 horsepower, capable of moving nearly 275,000 CFM
  • Used year-round with benefits in both heating and cooling conditions
  • Quiet and efficient operation with minimal maintenance required
  • Low operating expenses, costs approximately 6 cents/hour for one fan at 0.75 kW
  • User friendly controls with wall-mounted LCD screen
  • Creates a non-disruptive laminar airflow above floor level to provide effective summer cooling
  • Provides destratification at lower speeds, or reverse rotation during heating months
  • Reduces the recovery time when overhead doors are open via a constant flow of air throughout the space
  • Eliminates the need for noisy “man-cooler” type fans throughout the facility
  • Will not interfere or disrupt make-up air, heating or air conditioning systems
  • Motor mount assembly constructed of 1/8" thick epoxy-coated steel and grade 8 hardware
  • All mounts constructed of 1/4" thick epoxy-coated steel and grade 8 hardware
  • Safety clips prevent rotor or blade from falling in an unlikely failure of the hub or drive system
  • Variable frequency drive provides soft start and full variable speed operation
  • Operated manually, automatically or via building management systems
  • Emergency shutdown feature interlocks with the building fire alarm panel
  • Real-time status of fan speed, space temperature and status via digital interface with wall-mounted LCD screen
  • Microprocessor-based controls provide customizable options

F-HVLS Models are ETL Listed under file number 104224395ATL-001A and conform to ANSI/UL Standard 507 and CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 113.