Low-profile fan changes perceptible temps by 5 to 15 degrees
MacroAir has introduced the AirElite fan. It features a 0.5-HP motor, onboard electronics, and fully integrated control system. The housing compartment powers the fan’s six airfoil blades, which use a NASA-engineered wing design, so there is no need for a separate motor control panel.
According to the company, its fans change perceptible room temperature by 5 to 15 degrees and lower heating and cooling costs by up to 20 percent when used in conjunction with traditional HVAC equipment.
The fan offers low-profile installation and quiet operation. It comes in a variety of diameters from 8 to 20 ft. and a number of custom colors.