Cut Energy Costs With Caljan Rite-Hite's Revolution Fan

Aarhus, Denmark (PressExposure) December 22, 2009 -- CUT ENERGY COSTS WITH CALJAN RITE-HITE'S REVOLUTION FAN

Around 50% of your energy bill is spent on heating and cooling your facilities. The Revolution Fan currently being introduced by Caljan Rite-Hite actually helps you save some of this cost, whilst improving the quality of the work environment.

Ubbink are impressed with the short return on investment Producing low-energy, durable skylights, Ubbink naturally focus on optimal use of energy. To improve employee comfort at their warehouse facilities in the Netherlands, Ubbink have replaced three high-speed ceiling fans with just one High Volume/Low Speed Revolution Fan. The 4.88 m diameter fan keeps the temperature consistent in an area of approx. 30 x 20 metres, even in the corners. Draughts are avoided as the air is de-stratified to keep temperatures consistent from floor to ceiling. The work environment has clearly improved. However Warehouse Manager, Marcel Dibbes is particularly impressed by the savings on energy costs »the marginal effect of the high-speed fans, which was apparent only if you stood directly beneath them, didn't equate with the high energy consumption. The investment in the Revolution Fan has proved to be really worthwile. We expect a pay-back time of just 2 years«.

Customers with production facilities are excited about the phenomenal effect Various processes in production facilities generate heat, for example laser cutting. Customers that have installed the Revolution Fan in this type of environment comment »Our laser machines have water chillers that pump hot air out of the top. In addition, the laser machines themselves obstruct air movement. After installing the Revolution Fan, the laser operators confirmed that the air movement was 100% better than what we had before. Unlike the previous fan, this unit definitely moves more air throughout the whole facility, even eliminating the dead space directly underneath the fan. Another customer states »It's made an instant difference for us. The amount of air it moves and its reach is just phenomenal - especially since it's operating at the same speed as the previous fan and doing it with fewer blades.«

Safe, quick to install, virtually no maintenance The Revolution Fan, which uses universal steel mounting brackets, is simple to install. The mounting system includes a beam clamp and four stabilizing cables from the motor housing to the ceiling. These limit vibration and provide added safety. The hub and blades are rotationally-balanced before shipment, to ensure that they are ideally suited to the specific application. They will never need readjusing. A robust motor and extruded, precision milled aluminum hub provide reliable operation with virtually no maintenance.

About Caljan Rite-Hite Ltd

Caljan Rite-Hite is part of Rite-Hite Holding. It maintains more than 30 different representative organizations at over 100 locations throughout Asia, North and South America and has European subsidiaries in the Benelux, Germany, France, UK and Denmark.

During the last 40 years, Caljan Rite-Hite has become firmly established as market leader designing, manufacturing and installing loading and unloading solutions in parcel distribution centres, warehouses and storage facilities throughout the world.

Our product programme comprises Dock Levellers, Seals and Shelters, High Speed Doors, Industrial Fans and Vehicle Restraints. For Parcel Handling Applications telescopic belt and roller conveyors, belt curves and data capture equipment are available. Various options, e.g. Vaculex ParceLiftTM enable us to adapt the solution to suit your precise requirements.

Further Information
For further information please contact National Business Development Manager James Corfield on telephone no. 07795 484567.

Caljan Rite-Hite Ltd
Moorbridge Road
Bingham Industrial Estate
Nottingham NG13 8GG

Tel: +44 (0) 1949 838 850
Fax: +44 (0) 1949 836 953

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