Interview With a Product: Rite-Hite's Renegade HVLS fan

This weekly Q&A will feature some of your favorite products uncensored and without their packaging.

Welcome to Interview With a Product. This weekly Q&A will feature some of your favorite products uncensored and without their packaging. Today, our interviewee is the Renegade HVLS fan from Rite-Hite. Thanks for joining us.

Rite-Hite Renegade HVLS fan: Hello.

Plant Services: So what exactly do you do?

R: I am designed for improving air circulation in areas with overhead obstructions or limited ceiling access.

PS: What sets you apart from the competition?

R: I am engineered to help keep people cool in industrial facilities and warehouses. Unlike ceiling-mounted HVLS fans, I am portable and can be moved when plant configurations change. I am also adjustable from 10 to 15 feet in height and am shipped preassembled and prewired.

PS: Interesting. Tell us more about yourself.

R: My AC motor is designed to consume 640 watts of electricity, and I generates airflow of 130,000 CFM (cubic feet per minute).

PS: Why should someone buy you?

R: I am engineered with Rite-Hite’s Propell-Aire custom aluminum blade design. I am built to circulate a large volume of air up to 50 feet from my center in all directions, effectively covering up to 7,850 square feet. An optional SureStop Safety Barrier protects against accidental contact.

PS: Tell us more about Rite-Hite.

R: Rite-Hite is a world leader in the manufacture and sale of loading dock equipment, industrial doors, safety barriers and high-volume, low-speed industrial fans – all designed to improve safety, productivity, and energy consumption.

PS: And now it's time for a fun question. What is your favorite pastime?

R: I like watching my favorite teams. I'm a huge sports fan.

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