Pivot 180 Oscillation Fan

07/10/2010


Manufacturing, distribution and service center facilities need cooling air movement over large areas, but may not have the overhead space to accommodate 8 to 24-foot ceiling-mounted HVLS fans. 

The Pivot 180 from  Big Ass Fans is designed to be installed on a column or other vertical structure. In addition, Pivot 180’s oscillating function allows the air generated to radiate 100 feet outward, enveloping a 180 degree arc from side to side - a coverage area of 12,000 square feet. If more concentrated air movement is required, the oscillating function can be switched offy and the fan aimed in one direction. For even more control, the fan can be easily pivoted up or down for optimal airflow.

Pivot 180 delivers maximum airflow and quiet operation while remaining up and out of the way. An easy-to-use touch pad and dial controller gives customizable comfort with adjustable air speed and the lightweight, low-profile cage provides additional protection for both the fan and occupants, should that be desired.

Big Ass Fans

www.bigassfas.com



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