POY Finalist: Portable fan

Finalist in HVAC in Plant Engineering’s 2011 Product of the Year competition


The Yellow Jacket is a portable fan that takes abuse and stays in use. This fan is designed for incredible flexibility and quiet operation, as well as durability.

Features include:

  • heavy-gauge steel carriage engineered to withstand harsh environments;
  • Powerfoil-inspired blades for maximum efficiency and airflow coverage;
  • acoustically designed fan, motor, and carriage for quiet operation;
  • oversized wheels and ergonomic handle for superior maneuverability;
  • multiple speeds and an easily operated locking position mechanism;
  • high-efficiency design to cut energy use by over 50%; and
  • optional ceiling, wall, or multiple floor mounts.

Big Ass Fan Co.


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