You must be pondering if an industrial ceiling fan is appropriate for your facility. MG Engineers shares a small list of FAQs regarding Industrial Ceiling Fan as these are a part of investments done.

Q:   State the difference between a large industrial ceiling fan and a traditional fan?
A:   Large Industrial Ceiling Fan may resemble to a traditional fan, but if looked closely there are differences. Industrial Ceiling Fans have longer blades and are designed for massive but slow air movement. This ensures great airflow (covering an area of almost 40,000 square feet). Along with being efficient in energy saving, the industrial fans are quiet and ensure a uniform breeze. Low consumption energy is required for its operation. Industrial sectors also praise industrial fans as these are easy to maintain and ensure long-run operations.

Q:   What are the application areas of large industrial ceiling fans?
A:   Some of the common application areas are:

  • Warehouses
  • Barns and large agriculture buildings
  • Airplane hangars
  • Restaurants, bars, and breweries
  • Theaters
  • Public spaces
  • Large lobbies
  • Recreational facilities

Q:   What is the operational life of a large industrial ceiling fan?
A:   The Large Industrial Ceiling Fans are rugged in construction, hence, ensure years or even decades of unfailing performance. The maintenance cost is very minimal compared to traditional ceiling fans. There also are manufacturers, who offer a warranty on blades, mounting system, gearbox, motor, and controller.

Q:   How do you know a large industrial ceiling fan is compatible with a building management system?
A:   The large industrial fans are designed to meet the building management system. Contact the expert team to provide you with all the relevant information regarding the same.

Q:   On average, how much does a large industrial ceiling fan costs?
A:  The cost of the Large Industrial Ceiling Fan depends upon the model, make, and other variables. The price bracket run between $2,000 and $9,000.