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5/26/2010

Vertically Mounted Oscillation Fan

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Big Ass Fans’ Pivot 180 is designed to be installed on a column or other vertical structure in areas within manufacturing, distribution and service centers where overhead space is limited.

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Big Ass Fans’ Pivot 180 is designed to be installed on a column or other vertical structure in areas within manufacturing, distribution and service centers where overhead space is limited. In addition, the fan’s oscillating function enables generated air to radiate 100 ft. outward, enveloping a 180-degree arc from side to side and covering an area of 12,000 sq. ft. If more-concentrated air movement is required, the oscillating function can be switched off and the fan aimed in one direction. It can also pivot up or down for optimal airflow, the company says.
 
The fan is said to deliver quiet operation while remaining out of the way. An easy-to-use touchpad and dial controller adjusts air speed, and the lightweight, low-profile cage provides additional protection for both the fan and nearby workers.

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