Hurll Nu-Way Pty Ltd presents the popular range of high volume low speed
(HVLS) fans designed to increase comfort in all climatic conditions.
Popular in the United States and now well regarded in Australia,
SkyBlade high volume low speed fans reduce energy costs on heating as well as cooling
making them suitable for use throughout the year.
The specially designed fans featuring aeronautical STOL technology
improve overall comfort by creating a gentle breeze over a wide area, which
combined with the natural cooling mechanism in the body help bring down the
temperature by up to 10°C.
How to cut costs with SkyBlade
Operating on its own
By replacing the stale air and increasing evaporation from the skin, HVLS
fans help lower perceived temperatures by 7-10 degrees, resulting in increased productivity
at the workplace with no need to cut operating hours during heat waves.
Operating with heating systems
Use ofheating systems can be
reduced thanks to destratification, which also results in less noise from
operating heating units and up to 20% savings on heating costs.
Operating with HVAC
Usingan HVLS fan in
combination with an air conditioner enables the user to set the thermostat of
the air-conditioning unit 5-7°C warmer without any noticeable difference or
physical discomfort. The reduced operating hours of the HVAC system allow
savings of up to 30% on cooling costs.
Using HVLS instead of standard
Key improvements include reduced noise, energy consumption and waste. A
20’ HVLS can replace six units of standard 3’ fans operating at high speeds,
providing up to 90% reduction in electricity consumption.
Using HVLS for removing condensate
Moving dry air eliminates condensation problems on the floor, and protects
surfaces from rust, products from discoloration and equipment from damage and
corrosion, creating a safer environment for people and animals.
Using HVLS to protect buildings
An HVLS fan prevents growth of mould, mildew and bacteria
associated with high humidity and damp conditions, eliminating health and
safety concerns and unnecessary renovations.