With all the people coming and going, doors constantly opening and closing, it’s a challenge to keep temperatures even and people comfortable. In courtrooms, monuments, national park buildings—open ceilings or drop ceilings—offices, museums, libraries, auditoriums, hospitals—anywhere the public is being served, there’s a simple, low-cost strategy that will noticeably improve comfort, and pay for it quickly with energy savings.
ZOO fans effectively mix the air, gently destratifying the space and delivering conditioned air down to the Zone Of Occupancy, on the floor where most people live and work. Spaces with even temperatures are more comfortable, and cost less to heat and cool. For open ceilings and drop ceilings from 8’ to 100+’ high, comfort goes up, HVAC systems run less, energy costs go down.
National Parks, USGS, the FBI, Coast Guard, Homeland Security, Navy, Army, Air Force and National Guard are already saving energy and improving comfort with ZOO fans. It’s amazing what improved air circulation can do! Let us know how our fans might help in your facility.
We have your budget in mind, too. A study done on behalf of the DOE puts the ROI for most destratification projects at less than three years. For more details, give us a call today!
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