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Destratification fans: Airius LLC

December 17, 2012
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Airius-121712-body.jpgThe Designer Series destratification fan system now offers a sleeker look with customized colors.

Responding to requests from architects and other customers for a more customizable and aesthetically pleasing look, Airius LLC has introduced the Designer Series of its energy-saving destratification fan system.

Now, facility architects can specify the Designer Series, which is offered in any custom color, including standard off-white, with custom finish or mounting options to complement their architectural design.  The Designer Series also is available with several motor/control options.

The Designer Series offers the same patented stator technology currently available in each of the six models of the Air Pear Thermal Equalizer® fans. 

The Airius fan’s compact, low wattage and nearly silent air turbine balances a facilities’ temperature, from floor to ceiling and wall to wall. Energy bills can be reduced in both summer and winter months.

The Designer Series delivers energy savings up to 35% for any building with ceiling heights of 10 to 125 feet, utilizing the proven benefits of destratification.

Through destratification, a building’s HVAC system runs less frequently, because the temperature extremes are moderated, and the thermostat is satisfied for longer periods of time.

With the Airius destratification fan system, facility managers are recycling the heating and/or cooling they’ve already paid for!  Every Airius fan contributes to LEED points and is shipped ready for plug and play installation.

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