Climate control system for large diameter fans

MacroAir's AirEffect, a climate control system for large diameter fans. Through automation, AirEffect eliminates the need to constantly monitor and adjust the fans’ speed and direction in response to temperature fluctuations.

03/24/2017


MacroAir's AirEffect, a climate control system for large diameter fans. Through automation, AirEffect eliminates the need to constantly monitor and adjust the fans’ speed and direction in response to temperature fluctuations. AirEffect is an optional control system that senses and automatically maintains a desired room temperature. AirEffect gauges the heat index by measuring the temperature and humidity at the ceiling and floor. To achieve the desired temperature, AirEffect takes the heat index and calculates each fan’s ideal operating speed and direction and runs the fans accordingly. AirEffect identifies and dictates the optimal operating speed and direction for each fan based on the facility’s temperature and humidity.

MacroAir’s climate control system measures temperature and humidity at two points, calculates the heat index, and identifies the best operating speed and direction for each fan. The user selects a desired temperature range, and as the indoor temperature rises above the specified range, the fans will automatically run in the forward direction at the best speed to create an appropriate cooling effect. When the indoor temperature drops below the selected temperature range, the fans will automatically run in reverse to redistribute the heated air overhead, effectively eliminating hot and cold spots without generating a discernable breeze.

MacroAir

www.macroairfans.com



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