Destratification fans

Reznor, part of Nortek Global HVAC (UK) Ltd a leading supplier of gas-fired warm -air heating and ventilation systems, has developed a range of destratification fans, which reverse the natural convection process, recirculating warm air at high level back to working level to provide a permanent reduction in roof-space temperature and uniform temperature distribution. For new buildings the energy savings of a correctly designed de-stratification system are calculated within the SBEM compliance software in order to achieve the carbon reductions required for Building Regulations approval.

Reznor, part of Nortek Global HVAC (UK) Ltd a leading supplier of gas-fired warm -air heating and ventilation systems, has developed a range of destratification fans, which reverse the natural convection process, recirculating warm air at high level back to working level to provide a permanent reduction in roof-space temperature and uniform temperature distribution.

For new buildings the energy savings of a correctly designed de-stratification system are calculated within the SBEM compliance software in order to achieve the carbon reductions required for Building Regulations approval.

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