Warehouse air quality

The air quality in a warehouse is an essential driver of productivity and efficiency. Employees breathe in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Machinery emissions add heat and odor to the air mix, lowering the air quality in your workplace. Poor air quality impacts staff comfort, productivity, health, and the commodities housed. This could lead to higher healthcare expenditures, lower productivity, and higher worker turnover and profit losses due to damaged goods.

A warehouse must be well-ventilated and have free air movement. Traditional construction designs include air conditioning units connected to extensive ductwork to manage temperatures and circulate air. Building these systems necessitates a significant initial investment, as well as ongoing upkeep.

How to Quietly Cool Your Workplace

Consider the presence of a steady whirring sound. Sometimes you notice it, and sometimes you don't because your mind adapts to it and works to filter it out. These mental processes and changes are signs of mental congestion, which makes it harder to do your job well. HVAC systems, such as air conditioning units or high-speed box fans, are known for producing droning noises.


High facility temperatures can make working conditions unpleasant. Because your body strives to maintain its correct 98.6° it will attempt to compensate in a very real way. This automatically decreases  energy which decreases brain allocation and interferes with high-level processing.


Humidity makes you feel sticky and clammy, which is probably the most distracting thing for performance. Dehumidifiers can't work fast enough to solve this problem, and HVAC systems don't move the air around enough to eliminate all the humid air. The only way to deal with humidity is to keep the air moving consistently, which allows it to spread evenly throughout the building.

Resolving the Issue

High volume low speed (HVLS) fans should be considered an efficient and cost-effective alternative for maintaining interior air quality and increasing employee comfort and productivity. Moving vast amounts of air has several significant advantages, including:

  • Effective and comprehensive air dispersion of cooled or heated air
  • Dispersal of humid concentrations and pockets in the workplace

Technology that is quiet and noiseless

Ameriwind HVLS fans can be utilized in your workplace to supplement HVAC systems and reduce noise levels. Our quiet and efficient fans are suspended from the ceiling in sequence with the air conditioning vent to spread the cooled or heated air, preventing humidity concentrations and hot or cold pockets, and creating a great working environment.

An Ameriwind fan is the best cooling device for places with reasonably tolerable temperature conditions, as it keeps the airflow constant while keeping the temperature and humidity at desirable levels. The fan blades move slowly and quietly, creating a soft breeze.

Amerwind fans are the solution for creating and maintaining the best indoor air environment for maximum productivity. 

Using an Ameriwind fan in the winter is a great way to save energy and money while providing a more comfortable environment for your employees. Contact us today at 610-987-0488 to learn more about how we can help you create a custom big fan solution for your space.