Hot and Cold Hospitality
Hospitality is all about providing a consistent, satisfying experience for guests. That’s easier to do if both guests and employees are comfortable. Nothing like a cold draft, or that stuffy, not-enough-air feeling to ruin an occasion. ZOO fans eliminate these hot and cold spots and noticeably improve comfort. And this enhancement pays for itself quickly through energy savings.
Energy-efficient ZOO fans improve air circulation, gently mix the air, destratify the space, and deliver conditioned air down to the Zone Of Occupancy, on the floor where all the people are.
From large lobbies and atriums in hotels and restaurants, to arenas, movie theaters, auditoriums, and tasting rooms, ZOO fans improve the performance of the existing HVAC, simply by destratifying the space and improving air circulation.
HVAC systems run less, comfort goes up and energy costs go down. That’s worth picking up the house phone.
For new-builds and renovations, consider ZOO fans instead of ducting for open ceilings. Savings are immediate with lower upfront costs. And the savings continue with ongoing reductions in operating costs. ZOO fans energy-efficient fans provide continuous circulation, more evenly and more economically than big blowers or air handlers.
Temperatures stay even, humidity is dispersed, and the thermostat stays satisfied longer. And so do the people, which benefits everyone.
ZOO fans will help in just about any space, heated, cooled or non-conditioned—Open Ceilings and Drop Ceilings, from 8’ to infinity and beyond! Seriously. A three-story customer lounge at the Bengal’s Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, with great big windows and a spectacular view of downtown, across the river, had problems with hot and cold spots. ZOO Fans IC-45 fans solved the problem. With even temperatures from wall-to-windows and ceiling to floor, is it possible the view got better?
When it comes to Open Ceilings, very, very high ceilings (100’+) are not a problem.
- ZOO fans operate independently of the central HVAC
- ZOO fans are all variable speed controllable, to fine-tune comfort and performance
- ZOO fans can be controlled manually, via BAS, individually or in zones
- Some ZOO Fans can be controlled wirelessly, and via a dedicated web-enabled user interface.
Just let us know what you have in mind!
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Just pick up the phone and give us a call, or send us an email. Tell us what you’re working on. Chances are, we’ve done something similar. We’ll help to pick the equipment and provide a layout with controls. Step right up!
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