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Agriculture & Dairy HVLS applications

Barns can be hot and stifling places at the best of times and when we have unusaully hot temperatures as in the UK heatwave of 2006 they can be very unpleasant places for both livestock and employees alike!

A cool cow is a happy and productive cow

These conditions can have a very adverse effect on production and efficiency of all exposed to it, to say nothing of accelerating spoilage, and the constant annoyance of flying insects.

HVLS fans located in a dairy cow shed - helping to keep the cows cool and milk production high

The fact is, a cool cow is a productive cow. Repeated studies have shown that HVLS fans lower the temperatures in dairy barns by 3-5 C, resulting in significant increases in milk production. These additional milk profits coupled with the energy savings, enable Airvolution™ HVLS fans to pay for themselves in a short period of time, and generate significant recurring additional profits to dairy operations after pay back.

Airvolution HVLS fans are the ideal solution for cooling and ventilation of these large open environments. They also provide an ideal means to distribute warm air from overhead heat systems during the colder months. Even barns with large always-open doors or an open shed type of construction can reap the benefits of our efficient and cost effective technology.
 
Here's why:
 
Moving air breaks up the moisture-saturated boundary layer surrounding the body, accelerating evaporation to produce a cooling effect. During heating seasons, Airvolution HVLS technology de-stratifies uneven temperatures that occur at each level throughout the facility - forcing unused heated air from the ceiling down to floor where it can have a positive impact on employees. This heat differential can be in excess of 8 C (15 F) from ceiling to floor, enabling significant cost savings when thermostat levels are reduced. One Airvolution fan consumes about the same electricity as one high-speed alley fan while moving over 12 times the amount the air.
 
One 20ft 1/2 horspower 6 blade HVLS fan operates for just pence a day as it runs of the equivallent of just 3 1/2 100 Watt light bulbs!

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Cows do not bunch up - air moves over the herd, regardless of their position in the barn. Flying insects stay away, or on the ground. Birds also react to the large, slow moving air foil blades and stay out giving you quiet and non-disruptive operation of the barn!

Keeping your dairy herd cool helps them keep their production of milk high - A cool cow is a happy cow
Downloads

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Brochures

[File] HVLS MegaFan presentation (779.6 kB)

[File] Dairy applications showing the cost savings which can be made using HVLS fans (177.9 kB)

Specifications

[File] HVLS MegaFans - Airvolution 8ft 6 blade specification (200.3 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - Airvolution 10ft 6 blade specification (203.7 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - Airvolution 12ft 6 blade specification (189.1 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - Airvolution 14ft 6 blade specification (202.9 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - Airvolution 16ft 6 blade (Spec-1) specification (203.5 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - Airvolution 16ft 6 blade specification (196.7 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - Airvolution 18ft 6 blade specification (192.7 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - Airvolution 20ft 6 blade (Spec-1) specification (190.7 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - Airvolution 20ft 6 blade specification (187.2 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - Airvolution 24ft 6 blade specification (207.3 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - MaxAir 14ft 6 blade AG Greenstar specification (203.9 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - MaxAir 20ft 10 blade specification (207.0 kB)

[File] HVLS MegaFans - MaxAir 24ft 10 blade specification (203.8 kB)

Labour rates

[File] Labour Rates for Service Engineers (26.3 kB)

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