With temperatures starting to rise in the Chicago area and summer starting on June 21, is your warehouse ready for the heat? Keep your cool this summer and improve productivity with HVLS Fans, Dock Fans, and Screen Doors.
The fan that started the HVLS revolution, the Revolution is the original High Volume, Low Speed (HVLS), delivering the most air movement of any HVLS fan on the market. It features blades with diameters up to 24 feet (7320 mm), and is great for large facilities with high ceilings.
– Athletic Facilities
A sleek design with proven performance, The Revolution 25 Series is designed for spaces when looks are important. It is ideal for locations that want to upgrade their existing fans or are looking for an economical, green choice for a new building.
– Health Clubs
The Fan Commander 2.0 is the standard control station for your HVLS fans. Operate up to 24 fans from one central location, using a wireless touch screen. The system is divided into four zones, which allows for turning fans on and off, adjusting the fans’ speeds, and setting schedules for individual fans or the entire zone. There is also a standard ethernet connectivity that allows remote control access with a PC or mobile device.
Designed for manual parcel loading and unloading, the CoolMan 2800 Trailer Fan swivels on bracketing to service loading dock openings and easily moves out of the opening for full access fork truck traffic. The fan can also condition trailer environments to warmer or cooler facility temperatures, to ensure that your inventory stays fresh.
We offer the Fabric Screen Door and the Overhead Screen Door System. Both doors will help control your energy costs, maintain environmental separation, while keeping the breeze. They decrease energy costs by keeping the summer and winter air from entering the building, helping furnace systems run more efficiently. The screen seals out airborne pollutants such as dirt, debris, dust, insects, and other airborne contaminants. Other benefits include noise reduction, anti-theft and trespassing protection. The screens also increase safety by allowing a line of sight through the openings while promoting light transmission.