What is an Air Mover?
Air Movers are very versatile and can be found at many industrial sites because they can be applied to many types of situations. Air Movers do exactly that...they move air, so they are often used to ventilate work spaces, cool machinery, and to humidify (when mist is sprayed in front of the Air Mover). In this way, air movers act like traditional fans. Additionally, air movers are used to safely remove toxic or unpleasant fumes from industrial settings, and used to separate and sort small lightweight objects from other smaller, heavier objects which would be unmoved by the air. However, air movers can also be used to stir up liquid in a container or for stirring air with other gases.They are used to dry inks, coatings and paint. Air movers also have some advantages over fans in that they provide "controlled air movement". In other words, the user is able to start and stop in a precise way. So air movers are a better option if you can't afford the lag time for a fan to reach maximum speed or to quit moving. Due to their portability and wide range of applications, air movers are useful for business beyond normal floor care.