6 Steps to Pick Out a Commercial Exhaust Fan

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All types of organizations have various equipment that produce polluted air and odors within the environment. Ventilation can be a crucial function for the organization to operate properly. Quality ventilation can push out unwanted polluted air, chemicals, smoke and odors. At the same time, it circulates fresh air within the environment to keep it healthy and clean.

Unpleasant odors and foul air can be resolved with high performance commercial exhaust fans. If you need assistance with the purchase of a top quality commercial ventilation system, you can contact the highly knowledgeable sales staff highlighted on the manufacturer’s website. The staff can answer all the questions you have about the product and whether it is the right fit.

Use these important tips to help you select professional exhaust fans suited for your commercial operations:

1. Purchase from a professional manufacturer

There are many companies that sell exhaust fans for commercial use. However, there are few reputable companies that offers a range of commercial ventilation fans that will help you choose the one right for your operations. The company will display the product range, details, size, specifications and dimensions of the products.

With this information, you can make an informed purchase on the exhaust fan. It is even better if the company has been operating for many years. This demonstrates that the manufacturer’s product lines have been serving various operations for many years.

2. Learn about the different models before purchase

Commercial exhaust fans perform the standard function of circulating clean air and removing polluted air and odors. However, there are different level of performances, specifications, applications and benefits depending on the type of system your organization needs. There are models suited for economical requirements and can only handle a small volume of air. Other models have the capacity to handle large air volumes and high temperatures. Models also indicate the sound level of ventilation fans and how they can be mounted within the facility. Some models offer remote control capabilities.

3. Base your purchase on the local building and electrical codes

Today building and electrical codes are highlighting the specification requirements for commercial ventilation fans. Recent building codes are now looking for equipment that is energy efficient. Many of the commercial exhaust systems offer 70% energy savings. You can use these specifications and cross check the specifications on the manufacturer’s website.

This way, you are sure to purchase the exact type of ventilation system suited for your commercial operations. If you have any questions, you can contact one of the sale team members to clarify whether the product is the right fit. A professional manufacturer highlights the contacts of their regional sales representatives on their website.

4. Determine the right design for the building facility

Once you are familiar with the specifications and parameters, you can determine the design components suited for your commercial operations. You need to know where you will mount the fan as there are wall and roof exhaust fans available. Which one is well-matched, will depend on the building codes, airflow patterns, location of the building and physical characteristics of the building.

5. Determine the noise level suited

You want to ensure the commercial exhaust system operates quietly within your operating facility. Sone is the metric used for measuring sound. A quiet system has a sone rating of 2 or under. Always ask questions on the noise level to ensure your operations are not disrupted with the noise created by the ventilation system.

6. Static pressure

Static pressure is the resistance against the air that travels through the ventilation system. This pressure relies on all components working properly. Higher static pressures can put a strain on the exhaust fan and reduce its capacity to exhaust air out of the facility. Make sure the static pressure works in balance.

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