Fan for heavy-duty applications

The AirVolution-D 780 fan is designed for heavy-duty applications and large spaces like warehouses, airplane hangars, airports, and stadiums and can integrate into HVAC and other automated building systems.

07/07/2014


The AirVolution-D 780 fan is designed for heavy-duty applications and large spaces like warehouses, airplane hangars, airports, and stadiums and can integrate into HVAC and other automated building systems. Courtesy: MacroAirThe AirVolution-D 780 fan by MacroAir is designed for heavy-duty applications and large spaces like warehouses, airplane hangars, airports, and stadiums. The fan's durable design also eliminates the gearbox for easy installation, zero maintenance, and quiet operation. And to ensure safe and reliable performance, the full line is Wet Down rated for indoor or outdoor use. The blade sizes range from 20 to 24 ft making it easy to integrate in larger spaces. The on-board AirBrain adapts to input voltages and optimizes motor control. It can also integrate into HVAC and other automated building systems.

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