With any conventional air heating system warm air will rise to roof level by natural convection. In high buildings such as factories, warehouses and sports centres, this can result in high temperature gradients and consequently increased energy usage.
Reznor destratification fans reverse this natural convection process, recirculating warm air back to working level providing a permanent reduction in roof space temperature and uniform temperature distribution.
They are specified by select the appropriate unit to suit the mounting height required. Ideally the units should be installed approximately 1 metre below the apex.
Calculate the volume of the building and multiply by two to determine the amount of air that needs to be re-circulated for effective de-stratification. Divide by the primary air flow of the unit to determine the number of units required.