Control Climate With Direct-Drive Fans

July 8, 2020
Rite-Hite's HVLS fans circulate large volumes of air, up to 85 ft from the fan’s center in all directions.

Direct drive, high-volume, low-speed (HVLS) fans deliver the climate-control benefits of traditional HVLS fans with added benefits of direct drive motor technology.


Rite-Hite has added two direct-drive fan models to their current HVLS fan offering. The Revolution 75 Series is available in 8 to 24-ft diameters and is ideal for larger, industrial spaces. The Revolution 25 Series is available in 6 to 12-ft diameters and incorporates a sleek blade design that is appealing to commercial and retail environments.


The direct-drive fans come standard with the Fan-Commander 2.0 Touchscreen Control, a wireless station with 7-day customizable scheduling for up to 24 fans. Controls can be accessed through a building management system or remotely from a PC or mobile device with standard Ethernet connectivity. Optional sensors can adjust fan operation based on ambient temperatures.


Fans were designed with simplicity and safety in mind. They are shipped pre-wired and factory configured for each application which helps reduce installation costs and time, and the wireless control station allows cooling to begin almost immediately. Redundant safety features are integrated into all direct drive HVLS fan designs.


A single direct drive HVLS fan circulates large volumes of air, up to 85 ft from the fan’s center in all directions, and can cover up to 22,000 square feet. The fan’s unique design directs air downward from the center in a conical shape creating uniform airflow from floor to ceiling and from wall to wall. Direct drive HVLS fans reduce moisture build-up on surfaces, improve overall indoor air quality, and help boost productivity by reducing effective temperatures for workers.