Greenheck Introduces Model DS HVLS Fans

November 15, 2018

Greenheck’s new Model DS direct drive, high volume low speed (HVLS) ceiling fans feature an optimized airfoil design for maximum efficiency and coverage area. Licensed to bear the AMCA Seal for Circulating Fan Performance, Model DS is available in eight sizes ranging from 8 to 24 feet in diameter with performance up to 243,000 cfm. With its unique direct drive motor, the DS is up to 20% more efficient than other HVLS fans and up to 10 dBA quieter.

Greenheck DS fans include a 3.5 ft. drop tube with universal ceiling mount; factory-mounted, wired and programmed variable frequency drive (VFD); and plug-and-play wiring design for quick, easy installation. Every DS fan ships with over 10 standard safety features including fan impact detection, intelligent VFD and motor protection, and redundant fan restraint systems. Full color customization and an array of accessories and control packages are available. Greenheck DS fans are ideal for destratification, comfort cooling and condensation prevention in warehouse, manufacturing, automotive, education and retail applications.

Greenheck is the worldwide leader in manufacturing and distributing air movement, conditioning and control equipment. 

For more information, visit www.greenheck.com

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