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Airius, LLC. - The Air Pear

811 South Sherman Street
Longmont, CO 80501
Phone: (303) 772-2633
Contact Person: David Dipane
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Air Pear Thermal Equalizer:

Save on energy costs

airius-air-pear_01aairius-air-pear_04The Air Pear Thermal Equalizer® by Airius LLC delivers energy conservation for your sustainable business. It is the most efficient and cost-effective destratification fan system available.

The Thermal Equalizer system utilizes a multiple unit approach, which allows greater and even wider coverage, as opposed to one large central system. Air Pear Thermal Equalizers service ceilings from 8 to 100 feet.


airius-air-pear_05Within a very short period of time after installing the Air Pear system, you'll have no more than zero to 3° differential from floor to ceiling and wall-to-wall. When this happens, it doesn't matter whether you're trying to heat or cool the facility.

Your HVAC system will simply have less running time because it will not have such extreme temperatures to heat or cool, and your thermostat also will be satisfied for longer periods of time. You're recycling the heating and/or cooling that you already have paid for!

• Certification: ETL ensures Air Pear is compliant with UL507.
• Air Pear Thermal Equalizer is 90% recyclable.
• Air Pear qualifies for LEED rating in several categories.

airius-air-pear_06These thermal images were developed from the temperature-controlled warehouse of a major pharmaceutical company. They show before and after performance Thermo-Graph of Air Pear Thermal Equalizer in 24-foot high warehouse in summer at 95° F outside temperature.

We have created a case study documenting the impact of installing Air Pear Thermal Equalizers in two facilities of our parent company, Avedon Engineering, Inc. The energy reduction in therm usage from May 2004 to April 2005 compared to the average annual therm usage in the prior five years in facilities were both in excess of 60 percent.




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