Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh

Rite Hite Industrial Fan

Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh

Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh
Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh

ENHANCING PRODUCTIVITY with Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh, EFFICIENCY & ROI
Rite-Hite Industrial fans include HVLS (High Volume, Low Speed) and HVHS (High
Volume, High Speed) fans.
The Rite-Hite Revolution Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh series may look similar to a traditional ceiling fan,
but they measure up to twenty four feet in diameter and one fan can cover up to 22,000
square feet.
The  Cool man Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh  on the other hand is a portable fan that can be used alongside
the HVLS or independently at a facility.
To understand the critical importance of industrial fans better, it is essential to note the
challenges faced by workers at industrial units in Bangladesh.
A study of over 58,000 industrial plants across India by EPIC India revealed a decline of
about 2% less revenue for every one-degree rise in annual temperature.
The study states that the decline in productivity due to heat stress is more prevalent in
labour-intensive manufacturing units, dropping to 4% as temperatures rose above 27
degrees Celsius. Also a one-degree increase in the ten-day temperature average
increased the chances of a worker being absent by 5% .
This situation has a direct impact on the nation’s economic growth especially in peak
summer months.
Air conditioning across the plant is an expensive proposition as well as detrimental to
the environment.
A ductless air conditioning system and poor air circulation inside buildings contribute to
concentrations of CO2, PM2.5 and VOCs which then can lead to serious health
Moreover, poor air circulation inside the building can cause employees to open doors
and windows which allows outside pollutants to enter but not necessarily escape.
Ineffective air circulation leads to more particulate matter inside of buildings.

A typical HVAC system accounts for more than 50% of total energy consumption in an
industrial unit’s total energy use.
According to the Commodity Markets Outlook 2021 report by World Bank, Industrial
production has been impacted by high energy prices in India and this could weigh on
economic growth of the country. Natural gas and coal prices are expected to remain at
high levels through the start of 2022. So same for Bangladesh.
Higher energy prices could therefore also impact economic growth, which would in turn
affect demand for natural gas and coal.
As per Assessment of Quantitative Harvest and Post-Harvest Losses of Major Crops
and Commodities in India report in 2019, because of a lack of cold chain and proper
storage facilities, exports, transportation, and adequate processing facilities, the country
wastes a significant portion of its farm produce, with 16% of fruits and vegetables being
wasted every year. The total production of cereals is around 28 crore ton, out of
which only around 8 crore ton is procured by the Food Corporation of India (FCI).
Food Waste Index Report 2021 by UNEP reveals, that out of 931 Million tones of food
wasted in India in 2019, the retail sector was responsible for 13% of it.
The Revolution HVLS fans by Rite-Hite offer a major part of the solution to these
Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh slowly circulate a large amount of air in a very large space. Air is pulled from
above the fan and pushed down in a conical shape to the floor below until it hits the
floor and then moves in a horizontal stream away from the diameter of the fan.
It is the shape, not the number of blades that generates the large volume of air
movement needed for an effective Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh. Maximum air volume is delivered when
there is a consistent amount of air movement across the entire diameter of the fan.
The unique exclusive construction of Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh are designed to circulate
the air in the facility more efficiently and effectively. They offer a year-round
fundamental change in building environments by helping keep people cooler in the
summer and warmer in the winter.
In colder months, the fans enable  destratification , a process that mixes warm air from
the ceiling with cooler air at the floor helping create a more comfortable environment
throughout the facility.

Rite-Hite fans can significantly reduce energy costs and also contribute to accumulating
sustainable credits towards achieving the LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental
Design) rating system for a building.
The flow of the large volume of air not only helps in maintaining optimum levels of
temperature but also improved indoor air quality which results in higher worker
productivity, keeping perishables fresh thereby cutting significant losses.
Rite-Hite fans are accompanied by the Fan Commander Wireless Touch Screen Control
Station, which enables users to optimize the year-round performance of multiple fans
throughout a single industrial or commercial facility, maximizing energy savings and
Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh  can also be customized as per the facility’s requirement and offer an ROI
of up to 20% reduction in energy consumption in peak summers. a fan can provide up to
15°F degree cooling sensation for buildings with or without conditioned air
HVLS fans help conserve energy year-round and save money with a typical payback
period of 6 months to 2 years. Just one HVLS fan can replace up to 20 inefficient floor
fans. Not only does this save on operating costs but it also helps eliminate tripping
hazards, clutter and unnecessary noise.
Learn all about our Revolution Series Rite Hite Industrial Fan in Bangladesh and the Cool man HVHS fan on With an unmatched technology, exclusive design and proven results, at
Rite-Hite, we’re ‘Always Looking Ahead!’.
Corporate Station Bangladesh is authorized distributor of Rite Hite in Bangladesh
market. For any product or technical support contact with Corporate Station

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