This section provides an overview for hybrid fans as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 6 hybrid fan manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A hybrid fan is a fan that is attached to a commercial air conditioner and serves to improve air conditioning efficiency. The fan rotates with the airflow from the air conditioner vent to reduce direct airflow and maintain a uniform temperature throughout the room. Since the fan is powered by the air from the air conditioner, it is eco-friendly, requiring no electricity, and can be expected to save up to 3°C (5.4°F). In addition, because they are easy to install and convenient to use regardless of the season, such as summer or winter, they are increasingly being used in offices and stores.
Hybrid fans are used mainly in offices and stores as part of energy-saving measures and to create comfortable spaces. Air conditioning airflow is diffused throughout the room by the fan, thereby reducing temperature bias and improving air conditioning efficiency. This has a tremendous effect, especially since temperatures near the ceiling and floor often differ by 10°C (18°F) or more. It is also said to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by about 20%. However, the unit price is high which makes for a high initial investment.
Hybrid fans are expected to improve air conditioning efficiency and reduce coldness simply by installing them. Here are the advantages and disadvantages of hybrid fans.
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