Getting your hands on the perfect industrial fan for your warehouse, auto body shop, or hangar isn’t as easy as it looks! Big fans on the market today work in a pinch to keep most large spaces comfortable and ventilated. You may even think they are working great. But over time, many fall short in one area: airflow distribution.

Proper airflow distribution is a critical component of any large space, and many ceiling fans and floor units give buyers a false sense of security in this area. If you don’t believe us, take a quick moment, and stand near your fan.

If you’re standing right underneath it or next to it, you’re probably thinking that it’s working great. 

After all, it’s blasting that area with plenty of cool air. But now stand 10 feet away — or even 20 or 30 feet away. 

Do you still feel the same blast of cool air? The odds are high that you don’t. Many of the more popular industrial fans today are being marketed to large spaces that they simply can’t cool effectively.

The result is an industrial site with:

  • Inconsistent air distribution
  • High in-house air pollution
  • Moisture issues
  • High energy bills
  • Damaged inventory and equipment problems
  • Employee health issues

We worked long and hard at Super Duty Fans to give our patented industrial fans a conical airflow design. Rather than blasting air directly under the fan, our fans provide a consistent airflow distribution and expansion so that there is cooling to a wider area below AND around the fan.

Traditional ways of moving air just don’t cut it anymore.

Industrial fans move a lot of air, but that cooling benefit is optimal the closer you are to the fan. The same is true if your site uses several floor fans. So what happens? You increase the speed on each unit. But all that does is create an unpleasant and disruptive environment — and enough air isn’t being moved to all areas of your space.

Conical-shaped designs circulate and disperse air outward rather than only straight down. 

  1. They are more efficient than standard industrial fans.
  2. They operate more effectively over the long haul.
  3. They provide greater reach. No dead air “holes.” 
  4. Available in several diameters to meet all of your cooling needs.

Some go-to options to improve your set-up these days include better ventilation systems, using industrial-sized fans, or a combination of both. 

Fans are great for pushing air but should also fit the space. And sadly, most don’t. 

Convinced that Super Duty Fans might be what you’ve been looking for? Call us! We pride ourselves on building smarter industrial ceiling fans right here in America with high-velocity airflow for:

  • Auto body shops
  • Aviation hangars
  • Barns
  • Covered patios
  • Gyms
  • Industrial plants
  • Warehouses
  • Welding shops

Call Super Duty Fans Today!

Everyone sells an imported “industrial” fan that looks good. But they do not move enough air or survive in a demanding environment. This is an essential factor when considering air circulation and distribution. Take a look at our fans, and you will see why they are the new standard for industrial ceiling fans.

Call today at 972-898-4680 or visit We are here to help you!