Element from Big Ass Fans is Custom Made for Commercial Spaces

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New fan to launch at American Institute of Architects Show in Boston this week

Big Ass Fans launches its all new Element fan for commercial spaces at the American Institute of Architects show in Boston on May 15-17.

Element is the industrial grade air movement solution, custom engineered for large commercial spaces such as shopping malls, office buildings, churches and recreational facilities. The fan is designed to be striking, and makes the statement that it is possible to create a beautiful living or working environment utilizing serious energy saving green products.    

Just like the industrial fans in the company's line up Element uses an all-new patented 10 airfoil + winglet design to move air quietly and efficiently. Element is extremely powerful, yet is unparalleled for energy efficiency. At standard speed in a room with 16 ft. high ceilings Element is able to create comfortable breezes over an area larger than a basketball court, all while requiring less than 100 watts to operate. That is considerably less energy than even the most efficient small ceiling fan in production today.

To learn more about Element, its striking design and industry first technology visit http://www.ElementFan.com . To see Element in action visit the Pharmaka Art Gallery in Los Angeles. Pharmaka, and their Element will be featured for their green efforts on Discovery Channel’s new summer series, Alter Eco. The episode will air in late July.

About Big Ass Fans
Big Ass Fans and the facilities that use them have been featured in Inc., Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Discovery Channel and National Geographic Channel. Since its founding in 1999, the Big Ass Fan Company has designed and manufactured 6-foot to 24-foot diameter industrial grade ceiling fans. Their energy efficient design keeps operating costs at just pennies-per-day. Big Ass Fans have found 30,000 applications in warehouses and distribution centers to restaurants and zoos worldwide.


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