Air Destratification are fans (or destrat fans) that recirculate high level heat build up in roof void and work alongside all new and existing heating and cooling systems to ensure temperatures provided by heating and/or cooling are circulated fully and maintained more efficiently throughout internal spaces.
Destrat fans prevent hot air from rising and accumulating at the ceiling by recirculating it down to floor level where it is needed. They also prevent cool air from becoming trapped in low points or in poorly circulated areas, thus creating a much more comfortable and controllable environment. It does this by constantly circulating and mixing the internal air until temperatures are balanced and equalised between the floor and ceiling – thermal destratification. This lessens the workload required from your heating and cooling system significantly, resulting in a highly reduced operating time. This is where your energy savings are achieved.
The reduced energy requirement also means that you are lowering your carbon footprint significantly, so much so that Destratififcation is recommended by the Carbon Trust as one of its top 3 carbon saving measures, making it an efficient and cost effective CRC solution.
On average heating and cooling costs can account for over 50% of a buildings overall energy use. Cutting these costs offers significant monetary savings for businesses and also lowers your Co2 foot print.
Highly energy efficient Destratififcation fans are designed to continuously move a column of air to the floor, avoiding draught disturbance, maintaining optimum working environments and reducing a building’s total energy consumption.
Reduces heating costs by 20% – 50%
Reduces cooling costs by 20% – 40%
Reduces CO2 emissions by 20% – 50%
Recycles heat from machinery, lighting, heat gain etc.