Destratification units

Zoo Fans, space heating, destratification

Zoo Fans, in partnership with Elta Fans, offers a destratification solution that can create even temperatures from floor to ceiling, making it easier and more efficient to heat and cool buildings. Destratification is recommended as one of the Carbon Trust’s effective energy-saving strategies. These fans can reduce the temperature difference to as low as 1 K overall.

These units are easy to install around obstructions such as lights or overhead cranes. The fan is enclosed, avoiding the creation of stroboscopic effects or interfering with fire-suppression equipment. The directed column of air is ideal for aisles or avoiding sensitive areas

There are variants for open ceilings, drop ceilings and spot cooling requirements — with a range of supporting controllers.

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