Architects, building owners and facility managers who work with large industrial buildings are under growing pressure to seek solutions which not only save energy and money, but also help achieve their green business goals. In response to this Airius destratification systems are being increasingly turned to as the most cost effective method to reduce HVAC costs and carbon emissions by 20% – 50% (or more when used in facilities with process heat), whilst also ensuring comfortable conditions are maintained for staff in order to sustain productivity.

In winter months, most industrial facilities are susceptible to cold, which reduces productivity, whilst in those buildings which are heated costs can increase significantly. As heating and/or cooling can account for over 50% of a buildings running costs in most cases, this represents a huge expense.

It is now recognised that stratification is the single largest waste of energy in buildings today and that destratification, which is recommended and endorsed by the Carbon Trust, is a low-cost, quick and simple means to reduce energy usage. By recycling and recirculating the heated or conditioned air in a building that has already been paid for, rather than letting it accumulate at the ceiling or escape through roof, windows or doors, workload is dramatically reduced on HVAC systems reducing wear and maintenance.

Regardless of a building’s design or HVAC system; whether it has high or low ceilings, poor insulation, frequently opening doors or windows, radiant or infrared heating, an Airius destratificaion system will optimise comfort and productivity, whilst reducing your costs significantly.

Case Studies

Our Products

  • World’s Most Popular Destratification Fans
  • For Ceilings up to 32 Metres
  • Costs as Little as €9 Per Year to Run

Features and Benefits

  • Improved comfort in all seasons
  • 40%+ reduction in heating costs
  • 20%+ reduction in cooling costs
  • 40%+ reduction in carbon emissions
  • Rapid ROI – usually 12 – 24 months
  • Works alongside all types of HVAC systems
  • Minimal running costs (from €9/pa)
  • Ideal for hangars up to 40m high
  • Reduces HVAC maintenance costs
  • Recycles process heat, lighting and solar gain
  • Reduces or eliminates condensation and wet floors
  • Significantly reduces heat loss through roof
  • Reduces hangar heat-up (and cool-down) time
  • Airflow deters birds and insects
  • Reduces HVAC maintenance costs
  • Recycles process heat, lighting and solar gain


“May I thank you again for your professionalism in the way you completed the contract for installation of 126 DE Strat fans at GDHA here in Prescot. Your dealings with us from first contact after we got project approval have been exemplary. On meeting you for the first time in the pre-meeting we got a good feeling about the way the installation project would be handled by yourself and by Airius. This continued from yourself and your team through the five weeks of installation. We have had no adverse comments on the performance or influence of the fans from our workforce, where it has been explained to them then are keen to see the temperature regulation effect in summer and winter.

Our finance and myself are also keen to measure the benefit of the fans in our energy costs, keep you updated over the next 12 months. We would be happy for you to use this testimonial for reference with your senior management and potential customers.”

- Phil Harris
Manufacturing Director – Glen Dimplex