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#Harvest2015

Thursday 2nd July 2015

As the Harvest looms and talk of world grain markets has been a hot topic are you thinking ahead and looking at ways to maximise the profit margin of the 2015 harvest?

Have you looked at how much the cooling process costs your business? Are you running old fan units and manually switching them on and off. We have developed what we believe to be a game changer. As domestic appliances, cars, houses and farm machinery becomes more efficient we have applied this ethos to pedestal fans and have developed the only fan on the market driven by a brushless motor, combined it with a backward curved impeller and included an in built differential control.

This development has the potential to reduce electricity consumption by 60% if not more; by switching the fan on and off when the temperatures are at their best for the cooling process and the improved running efficiencies of the motor. The units are also more compact making installation on the pedestal more manageable.

The motors are rated at 40000 hours (approx 40 years) so will save you money year on year; the differential control also makes the Evolution a smart choice for remote stores.

The Evolution Fan is available direct from Evans and Pearce or from our network of agents. Please call or email us for more information.

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