HVLS fan and air conditioning system

The microclimate implies a combination of 3 main factors: humidity, temperature and air movement.

For their regulation in public and industrial facilities, air conditioning systems are usually installed. But this option is quite expensive, environmentally harmful, difficult to install and maintain. Therefore, a profitable alternative to air conditioners are HVLS fans.

Main spheres of application

Easy installation

The main and unconditional advantage of HVLS fans is quick and easy installation of equipment in comparison with more common air conditioners.


Prices for fans are much lower than for air conditioners with similar features.

Maintaining an optimal microclimate in the room without rapid temperature changes

People who are in the room with an HVLS fan will not catch cold and will feel comfortable. The classic method of cooling, which consists in increasing the speed of air movement, is more familiar to the human body. Therefore, the fan equipment is ideal for installation in areas with permanent and temporary stay.

Do not spoil the architectural appearance of the building

This is particularly important for buildings of historical or architectural value, affecting the urban landscape, etc. As a rule, fans do not require permission to install.

Easy to maintain

HVLS fans are much easier to maintain than air conditioners. They do not need to be filled with refrigerant and laborious cleaning.

Low power consumption

Many HVLS fans consume no more than a 100 watt light bulb.

No noise

Noise is the most common adverse factor in the production environment. It causes discomfort to the staff, provokes high fatigue, reduced efficiency and increased morbidity. Modern fans are equipped with powerful, but almost silent motors.


Modern models of fans are available in different styles and colors. They fit perfectly into the interior of any room.

Possible to use outdoors

With the help of electric fans, you can create and maintain a comfortable microclimate not only in the room but also in the open area: from gazebos, terraces and verandas to stadiums.