Never Settle for Normal Introducing the MacroAir X Series Industrial Fan We didn’t just invent the HVLS Fan, we set out to perfect it! The MacroAir X Series is the pinnacle of performance, quality and overall value. Crafted by the best teams in the industry to exceed the expectations of all and backed by the […]
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About Patrick Munar
Patrick Munar develops communication efforts in support of MacroAir’s position as the inventors and continual innovators of the HVLS fan. He shares insights on a variety of HVLS fan applications through the MacroAir Blog.
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Thank You For All That You Do! This summer has been both a blessing of continued growth, but it has also presented some challenges for which many of you are aware. We have continued with strong investment in R&D and Operational Support as our primary means of staying several steps ahead of our competition and […]
According to Garage Living, 55% of Americans spend 1 to 2 hours each week in the garage doing hobbies and other activities. With so much time being spent in our garages, ventilation and comfort are an important factor to consider. In this blog, we will review why HVLS fans are an effective solution for cooling […]
Inspired by both contemporary and open-air features, Nolita Hall captures the essence of the modern San Diego indoor and outdoor restaurant experience. With retractable bay doors, floor-to-ceiling windows, a variety of indoor plants and a large skylight spanning the length of the restaurant, there is a blurred line between Nolita Halls outdoor and indoor environments. […]
We are now in the middle of summer and for those of you that work in industrial environments like a warehouse or distribution center you are most likely familiar with Sweating Slab Syndrome (SSS). This blog, will discuss the effects of Sweating Slab Syndrome as well as how to avoid SSS through some practical […]
Although the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) released its findings about the ESFR sprinkler study in February 2011, we didn’t find this informative video until just now. In it Kathleen Almand, the Executive Director of the Fire Protection Research Foundation, answers questions about the impact of HVLS fans on ESFR sprinkler systems.
Doing your own High Volume, Low Speed (HVLS) fan installation can be very beneficial for understanding all the components and inner working of an HVLS fan. Of course, the main benefit is the added savings you get on installation costs by doing the install yourself. Here are the 5 most common HVLS fan installation mistakes, […]
Sweating Slab Syndrome (SSS) is a dangerous condition that plagues many warehouses and compromises worker safety and causes product degradation. SSS develops inside a building with a concrete slab floor when atmospheric conditions in the building begin to match those outside. As this happens, moisture migrates to the coldest point. If it’s a dew point, […]
What is sick building syndrome? The term is used to describe when occupants inside a building experience health problems and acute discomfort that is linked to a building’s environment. The complainants may be localized in a particular area or may be widespread throughout the building.