Temperature and air quality can quickly shift when a room fills with people, putting a lot of pressure on your HVAC system. When we invented HVLS ceiling fans, our goal was to create a large commercial ceiling fan that generated maximum air movement, while creating a fan that was quiet and offered excellent energy efficiency.
It can be challenging to circulate hot or cold air evenly throughout a building. Uneven air can create hot and cold spots. MacroAir large commercial fans are a great climate control solution for public spaces and industrial warehouses because they homogenize the air and cut down on heating and cooling costs.
Macro Air’s commercial ceiling fans can be customized to all floor plans and we offer many color options. Our fans range in size to accommodate most spaces and nearly any ceiling height. In a traditional setting, a MacroAir ceiling fan can keep employees and customers feeling comfortable and cool during warmer months and in the winter months, the fan direction can be reversed to push warm ceiling heat downwards to save on heating costs.
We offer a wide variety of commercial ceiling fan models to offer solutions to meet all your cooling needs. With outstanding customer service and best-in-class warranty service, our automation-ready commercial energy-efficient commercial fans offer direct-drive motors with onboard motor control, anodized airfoils, a patented safety system, and multiple control features with reverse functionality.
1.0 - 2.0 horsepower equivalent
8 - 24 feet in diameter
15-year mechanical parts warranty
10-year standard electrical parts warranty
Direct drive permanent magnet motor
Running big commercial fans in the forward direction creates optimal air movement that reduces the effective temperature (how hot you feel) by 8ºF. This allows you to increase your thermostat setting without compromising comfort or increasing energy costs. It also makes non-conditioned spaces bearable.
Worker productivity drops when people become uncomfortably hot. Airflow maximizes the body’s natural means of cooling—evaporative cooling—making people far more comfortable.
Running large commercial ceiling fans in reverse generates a gentle updraft which forces the warm air off the ceiling and down into the occupied space.