Destratification Fans

Summary

Redistributes heated air from unoccupied ceiling space back to the floor level.
Without the right mechanism in place to properly circulate the air in your facility, the heat will rise resulting in a significant difference in temperature between the ceiling and floor. This discrepancy causes your heater to work harder than necessary to constantly replace the heat that rises away from the floor area. Destratification fans are designed to redistribute the heated air from the unoccupied ceiling space back to the floor level.

The use of destratification fans can therefore:

  • Reduce excess strain on your heating system
  • Lower your energy consumption and associated costs
  • Improve employee comfort levels within your facility
Customer and Contractor Incentives:
Description Customer/Builder Incentive Service Provider Incentive
≥ 20ft $1000 per unit* $100

Distributor Incentive:

$50 per unit

Equipment Eligibility:

  • Space must be heated by ceiling mounted natural gas forced air heating systems, including unit heaters, and the temperature should be controlled thermostatically at floor level.
  • Only high-volume low-speed (HVLS) fans with minimum diameter of 20 ft. for use in warehousing type buildings with a minimum of 25 ft. ceilings are eligible.
  • Not eligible where other equipment that combats destratification such as radiant heaters and/or high velocity vertical throw unit heaters is present. The number of fans eligible to receive an incentive is based on facility size through square footage, as determined by calculation below.
  • The number of fans eligible for utility incentive should not exceed:
    • 20 ft. diameter fan (whichever is less):
      • Max number of fans installed for heating mode, or
      • Building length (ft) x building width (ft) *0.77/7,854
    • 24 ft. diameter fan (whichever is less):
      • Max number of fans installed for heating mode, or
      • Building length (ft) x building width (ft) *0.77/11,310

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Technologies:
Destratification Fans
Business Sectors:
Accommodation
Business Partners
Colleges and Universities
Food Services
Government
Greenhouses
Hospitals
Long-Term Care
Manufacturing
Multi-Unit Residential
Offices
Primary and Secondary Schools
Recreational
Retail
Warehouse and Logistics