Industrial Pedestal Fans are designed with heavy bases, adjustable height posts, and longer fan blades. These cost-effective and adaptable fans have multiple speeds, so they can be changed depending on the current need. These fans prevent air stagnation in warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing facilities. By circulating air, pedestal fans help to improve air quality. Aside from improving the air quality, these fans will save facility managers thousands of dollars each year in energy costs.
Pedestal fans offer a more moderate amount of air flow than barrel fans or air cannons. They are smaller and convenient to move from room to room, are completely adjustable, and some even oscillate to vary direction of air flow. Designed for individual rooms and smaller spaces within a warehouse, these fans come equipped on a pedestal to allow air flow to be at face-level for ideal cooling. New pedestal fans com in various sizes at quantity discounts for 6 or more fans. Some other features are oscillate & pivot, long power cord, and adjustable height. Contact one of our knowledgeable sales associates today by calling them at (800) 876-3736 or request a quote online!
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Not Sure Which Type of Fan You Need?
With so many options available, it can be a challenge choosing the right type of fan to efficiently cool your facility! Thankfully, ASI is here with a handy guide explaining the key differences between the various styles of industrial fans we carry!
Warehouse Fans Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What is the difference between our industrial fans and a commercial fan?
A:Fans are categorized based on the purpose and environment for which they’re used. Industrial fans allow increased comfort and airflow in high-traffic, noisy settings such as your warehouse. Commercial fans work together with existing cooling systems in places where the silent aesthetic is valued.
Q:What type of industrial fans does ASI carry?
A:American Surplus has an abundance of fans in stock, including barrel fans, wall mounted fans, standing pedestal fans, and high velocity ceiling fans.
Q:How big of a fan do I need?
A:Typically, if you’re looking to add a fan to your space, the square footage of the space should be 5-7 times larger than the fan’s diameter. For example, a 30-inch fan would cover an area of at least 22,500 square feet!
Q:Do I need to install an industrial fan?
A:Unless your fan is free standing, ASI will equip you with any stands, bases, or wall mounts necessary to install your industrial fan.