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Hunter Industrial®: HVLS Fan Success Stories

  • Tami Dosemagen

HVLS Fans: Before-After Installation Success Stories What's the difference between a residential-style ceiling fan and a high-volume, low-speed (HVLS) industrial ceiling fan? More than 20,000 feet, according to Hunter Industrial Fan's Sarah Villane, who helps her customers find air circulation solutions for their industrial or commercial facilities.   "Before purchasing a ceiling fan, it's important to understand the different types of ceiling fans you should use in your home or...

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Hunter Industrial®: HVLS Fans Increase Workplace Safety and Productivity

  • Tami Dosemagen

  How Hunter HVLS Fans Help Employers Create Safer, More Productive Work Spaces Recently the National Safety Council (NSC) designated June as “National Safety Month.” But every month is “safety month” at Hunter Industrial®. Safety is one of the key drivers behind our Industrial HVLS fans, which are uniquely designed to keep air moving in large work spaces, from restaurants and office buildings to manufacturing companies and warehouse facilities.  ...

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Fan Goals: Three Ways to Meet Yours

  • Tami Dosemagen

The benefits of an HVLS fan are clear: Overall temperature management, improved workplace safety, and lower HVAC costs are just a few. Once you have identified the benefits that are most important to your facility you want to make sure you can achieve them. To ensure that you are getting the most out of your HVLS fan investment, the question then becomes: Are you utilizing your HVLS fan to its...

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HVLS Fans + Changing Health & Safety Requirements

  • Tami Dosemagen

One of the primary reasons for installing an HVLS fan is to adhere to federal standards and industry safety guidelines. HVLS fans can provide compliance win-win outcomes for both your industry regulators and your organization. Even when standards grow and change, most guidelines don’t stray too far from their origins, but pivoting quickly when mass safety issues (such as unexpected public health concerns) occur can call for costly, unexpected adjustments....

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