Suspended Ceiling Series by Airius: Destratification Fan Product Photo

Suspended Ceiling Series

Destratification fan system for acoustic ceiling. Our Air Pear 10, 15, 25 and 45 sized fans are available in a 2 ft. x 2 ft. ceiling tile package. A dome over the top of the fan separates the conditioned air below from the space above the suspended ceiling. Air is drawn from around the fan up into the dome and projected to the floor below. Maximize your HVAC system and comfort in classrooms, offices, retail or any conditioned space with a suspended ceiling.

Professional Resources

Download submittal documents, BIM/REVIT files, and our installation guides.

What is Destratification?

How does stratified air impact your business, and how can the Air Pear help?

Find your Application

The Air Pear is installed in buildings around the world. See which industries benefit most.

See it Work

Watch a video of the Air Pear in action.

Product Overview

Airius offers the only air turbine destratification fan featuring a venturi nozzle design and patented stator system to ensure a laminar non-turbulent column of air is delivered from the ceiling to the floor below where we live and work. The combination of housing shape, patented stator, energy efficient motors, control selection and wide product range is what makes Airius the world leader in destratification technology.

In our Suspended Ceiling model, a dome separates the Air Pear from the air space (plenum) above the ceiling grid. Only the conditioned air in the room below the unit is mixed.

At delivery, the Suspended Ceiling fan speed can be preoptimized for your building’s layout. We also offer multiple control options, including variable speed or wireless control for use by staff or with energy automation platforms.

Uses

  • Used in place of a 2 ft. x 2 ft. acoustic ceiling tile
  • Destratify/thermally equalize buildings
  • Equalize humidity
  • Increase thermal comfort during the summer and winter
  • Reduce ceiling temperature to extend life of lighting
  • As a spot cooler in summer

Performance

  • Capable of temperature control within 0.5º to 1º C[1]
  • Up to a 33.2% reduction in HVAC energy use[2]

Performance and results of the Air Pear are subject to many variables such as, but not limited to, the interior environment, exterior environment, conditions of building structure, HVAC system performance and/or electrical service and thus actual results may vary.

Features

  • Energy-efficient operation (As low as 12W)
  • Quick, easy installation in new construction or retrofits
  • Patented multi-vane stator and Venturi nozzle maximizes throw
  • Speed controls and BMS integration available
  • 6 ft. steel leash and anchor point for safety
  • Conforms to UL and ETL standards
  • 5VA Flame Resistance Rated
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Warranty & Refurbishment

The Airius warranty and refurbishment program make the cost of owning an Airius unit the lowest in the industry.

Airius warrants products listed below will operate properly and be free of defects in materials and workmanship according to the following terms. Please refer to the full warranty information in the installation, operation and maintenance guide.

3 Year Warranty

All Parts & Components

Money-Back Guarantee

Up to 30 Days, No Questions Asked

Refurbishment Program

Motor replacement program after warranty ends

Join the discussion 6 Comments

  • Vishnupriyan K T says:

    Iam in need of this fan. What would be the cost in India? Where i will be able to get the fan in India.

  • Wayne Donaldson says:

    I am interested in trying some of your suspended ceiling units in a group of our classrooms to see the effects and evaluate for a long term plan to add these in all classrooms in the district.

  • Dave says:

    I have an office area that is a portion of a pre-engineered building system. Because of the lighting and office heat generated the area above our ceiling is quite often warmer than the air below the ceiling. Can I physically remove the “dome” during the winter months, and replace it during the summer when I want to keep that warm air up there?

    I know this sounds weird, but I am just curious.

    Thanks.

    • Sam Smith Sam Smith says:

      The dome should always be used to separate the plenum space from the conditioned space below. Check with an inspector and local fire codes to see if this type of use would be appropriate. There are some cases were removing the dome is acceptable. One of those is with dropped ceiling “clouds” that hang in the space and do not span from wall to wall. In this situation, removing the dome to capture stagnant stratified air is acceptable.

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