Additionally, for manufacturing and warehouse spaces that have lofted ceilings, HVLS installations can be particularly useful in de-stratifying an environment. To break this down, when heat is introduced into a space, it forms temperature levels, or strata. The warmest air rises to the ceiling while the coolest air remains at the floor level. HVLS fans can level out these variations, de-stratifying the air so that the desired space achieves a consistent, sustainable air temperature—ultimately stabilizing HVAC costs and helping ensure required temperatures are maintained.
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