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The 10 to 24­ft. diameter Powerfoil®X Plus by the Big Ass Fan Company® is the most advanced, durable and adaptable industrial fan ever built. Its materials, preci­ sion machining and functionality are based on years of unparalleled research and development, while employing innovative concepts never before seen in industrial fans such as the NitroSeal Drive™ ­ a long­ lasting gearbox designed specifically for the axial load requirements and longevity expectations of a Big Ass Fan.


Powerfoil X Plus utilizes a unique, DECEMBER 2011 Powerfoil®


patent­pending hybrid airfoil and winglet combination that allows air to move over and around floor obstructions, such as air­ craft. With operating costs of just pennies an hour, Powerfoil X Plus creates deeper jets of air that maintain airspeeds further above the floor, effectively covering up to 30,000 square feet to keep condensation out and maintenance crews comfortable year­round. During the winter, destratify­ ing the space with the fan can reduce heating bills by up to 30%! In the summer, the constant, cooling breezes keep the


32 X Plus


space comfortable and safe to work while increasing productivity.


Powerfoil X Plus is ideal for hangars, large and small, or any space with floor obstructions. Powerfoil X Plus sets the standard for maximum airflow while deliv­ ering massive energy savings year­round. Powerfoil X Plus is backed by an unprece­ dented 10 year warranty with factory installation.


Big Ass Fan Company www.bigassfans.com


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