CHOOSING AN AIR CURTAIN FAN
The Air Curtain Fan is a very simple, single-piece, reusable, flexible fan with an adjustable inner pressurized lining that allows it to rotate in any direction, thereby allowing a wide variety of speed settings. The Air Curtain functions by collecting static electricity, which causes the fan to spin quickly, and releases kinetic energy through a series of copper fins. This energy can then be converted into AC electricity through a controller. These air curtain fans are very cost effective because they can operate at a very low Noise Level (which is ideal for offices or homes).
A well-made air curtain can provide years of service for your home or business premises and save you money on your air conditioning bill. There are many different designs and options available, depending on the size and shape of your doorways. For example, if you have large sliding doors or bay windows, you will need a fan that has a larger rotor diameter to reduce the air resistance between the fan blades. Likewise, for sliding doors or bifold doors, you may need to get one with more air opening slots. The right air curtain can also be beneficial when you want to increase the amount of air flow through your doors or windows.
Another benefit of choosing the right air curtain fan for your home or business premises is that it can help to regulate the temperature inside of your home or office. In these situations, you will want a fan that has a wider air opening to help circulate warmer air within the building. In addition to helping to maintain the temperature in these warm air conditioned areas, the fan should also have the ability to minimize outside noise.
If you have an air curtain that isn't performing up to par, there are several reasons why this could be the problem. One of the most common reasons why people experience the problem is because of the speed of the motor running through the device. If you are encountering problems with the speed of the motor running through the system, it could be due to a number of factors. For example, the motor could be operating at a much faster rate than it should be, the motor could be overheating and the casing around the motor could be leaking or damaged somehow.
If you need to find one that can also be mounted vertically, you will find a few different ones to choose from. The most popular style is one that is mounted on each end like a standard window shade. This style is most commonly found on the doors leading to the patio or to the external outdoor area.
The most common style of this device for cold storage rooms is one that is mounted on each end. These come in two basic styles - vertical and horizontal. If you are working in a cold storage area that needs to be cooled quickly, you may prefer to choose the vertical style of the air curtains. This will allow for maximum air flow.
If you are in a larger building, such as a hospital, you may prefer the horizontal style. These have vents located on each of the curtain's sides that will allow the air to be drawn out from the cold or humidified room quickly. You will find these types of curtains especially beneficial if the air movement in the room is very slow.
The last option you will find is the nozzle style. This is best for air curtains that are used for outside purposes. The ducts run through the bottom of the curtains so the air will be pulled out very quickly from these vents. You can choose any type of nozzle; however, it is most common for the air curtains to have a wider stream to them. The wider stream will pull more dust out of the air than a narrow or tapered nozzle would.