Helping incorporate airflow with these fine establishments
Avoid costly re-engineering with the detailed insights from our simulation. Evaluate and optimise your design’s thermal comfort performance including PVM and PPD values.
How to design HVAC sustainably
Join our Engineer Ario Narisworoputro and Airflow Expert Daniel Blundell as they explore sustainability, understand the current landscape, how to gain those Green Star or Nabers Ratings, and break down a real example from Darwin International Airport and how by incorporating air movement into their terminal, they now save $57K off their energy expenses.
HOW TO DESIGN HVAC SUSTAINABILITY
HOW DOES THERMAL COMFORT IMPACT DESIGN?
THE BENEFITS OF MINIMISING DUCTWORK
Real data from our R&D facility
Our 4,180-square-meter research lab at our US headquarters is specifically designed to test big fans. Whether we’re creating prototypes, measuring air coverage, or building new safety systems, the live tests at this LEED Gold-certified R&D facility feed real data directly into our SpecLab simulations.
Find inspiration in projects showcasing pioneering comfort solutions in world-leading architectural designs.
Cyrstalbrook Collection Hotels
Each sustainable hotel and resort carries an authentic expression of its location.
Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb
Nestled in the arches of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, Bridge Climb sees thousands of climbs a day.
Darwin International Airport
With a sustainable mindset, the airport used Big Ass Fans to reduce their energy bill by $57K per year.
A note from our biggest fans
“Just a short note to say these fans are in and lots of members have made comment as to the improvement they have made… Nothing but happy smiling faces and voluntary compliments. Thanks to you guys.”
– Merv Nelms, Darwin Trailer Boat Club
“Through the assistance of a Lotterywest grant, we are now able to provide our volunteers and visitors to the Motor Museum of WA, a level of comfort through air movement during Perth’s summer months with the installation of eight Big
Ass Fans. We are delighted with the results, bring on summer!”
– Patric O’Callagham, Motor Museum of Western Australia
“The fan is going great. Absolutely no issues and it just blends in.”
– Dan Paine, Brisbane Powerhouse
“After installing the fans, we noticed staff turnover was less. So obviously the working conditions had improved, and it was a more comfortable place to work.”
– Andrew Carruthers, Asics Oceania Sydney
“We’ve had a long history using Big Ass Fans at Bridge Climb. For us they’re industrial in nature. They look great and they provide what we need which is good air movement through the base.”
– Simon Pitkethley, Bridge Climb Sydney
“With Big Ass Fans in the foyer, there’s ten of them [Essence fans]. They move huge amount of air and if you don’t look up, the only thing you think is that there’s a breeze in the terminal. Quite fascinating there’s so much air moving and there’s no noise.”
– Glen Newport, Darwin International Airport
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