Cooling

“Low-E” Windows Maximize Buildings’ Energy Efficiency

Low-E stands for low emissivity, and these windows are constructed to minimize heat transfer through the glass. Since windows are essentially huge holes in the walls of a building, choosing a low-E window design that’s appropriate for local climate and architecture can greatly increase a structure’s thermal efficiency, while reducing energy use and utility costs.

Very Efficient: Vari-Cyclone Ceiling Fans

These “Vari-Cyclone” ceiling fans from FanWorks are perhaps the most efficient ceiling fans available. The fans utilize what Fanworks calls “Gossamer Wind” blade design technology, which is said to deliver 40% more air flow without any increase in power use. They also run on DC power, which also adds to their efficiency when off-grid power …

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Endless Breeze Fan (12V)

These Endless Breeze fans are powerful, portable, high volume 12 volt fans with a twelve inch blade that operates at three speeds. Air movement of up to 1000 CMF (cubic feet per minute) is a major breakthrough in 12 volt portable fans. Standing only fourteen inches high on retractable legs and less than three inches …

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