High-Velocity Cooling Fans
High-Velocity Cooling Fans
NewAir 18” & 20" Outdoor Rated 2-in-1 High Velocity Floor or Wall Mounted Fan
- Water-resistant (IPX4) and outdoor rated for indoor and outdoor use
- 3 fan speeds and metal blades for up to 4,650 CFMs of power
- Wall mounted hardware to maximize floor space
- Adjustable tilt head to direct airflow and circulation where you need it most
- Ball-bearing motor and powder-coated steel construction last longer than other fans on the market
High-Velocity Fan Buying Guide
If you are dealing with intense heat and humidity, a small desk fan won’t keep up. High-velocity fans are a great option for cooling down a room or office space. They can cool you down and all the while improve ventilation in larger areas. Still unsure if a high-velocity fan is for you? Read our short high-velocity fan buying guide below.
What is a high velocity fan?
High velocity cooling fans create powerful air circulation in commercial and industrial settings but can also be used to cool down garages, living rooms, and outdoor patios. These high-velocity outdoor fans make great workshop cooling fans thanks to their industrial strength.
NewAir customers find that our portable high velocity cooling fans are strong enough to improve air circulation in large areas, like stables, warehouses, and green houses.
What’s the difference between a regular fan and a high velocity fan?
High-velocity fans are industrial strength fans and typically come with strong metal blades and a ball bearing motor, making them more powerful and durable than a normal fan. The CFMs—airflow efficiency—of a high-velocity fan is usually much higher than a regular fan. This means you’ll experience strong waves of air circulation over a larger square footage thanks to these heavy duty fans.
What is the best high velocity fan?
To figure out which model is best high velocity fan for you, consider these features:
Wall mount, pedestal, or floor model: Depending on where you plan on installing your high velocity fan, you will want to consider a wall mount, pedestal, or floor fan model. If you plan on using your fan in multiple settings, consider a model that has more than one installation option.
Fan size: Pick a high velocity fan size based on how big or small the area is that you want to cool. If you buy an air fan that is too small for your space, it won’t provide you with the air flow you were expecting. You will want a big industrial fan to cool commercial and industrial spaces and a large fan to improve ventilation in large indoor spaces.
Fan speeds: industrial strength fans come with different fan speeds. If you want control over how much air circulation you need on any given day, get a model with 3 fan speeds.
Whether you are looking for a portable industrial cooling fan to cool your barn or a home cooling fan that can withstand harsh heat, a high-velocity fan can offer you powerful air circulation where you need it most.
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