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Is Something Bugging You This Summer?

     You know this guy. He shows up unannounced, slips through doors without even knocking and just hangs around to grab a bite. It’s time to put your foot down, and put a Powered Aire air curtain up! Fly Fact #1 – Researchers have found that the average number of germs found on the …

Have Questions? We Have Answers!

Our customers are very important to us so if you have a question, we will get you an answer! You will not get an automated message when you dial our number, and you will be connected with a real person within the department that can assist you the best. Worst case scenario you might have …

New Rules for Vestibules

Does anyone give a second thought about walking through the set of double doors at entrances to commercial buildings? Well, let’s see… …The developer might, because that vestibule sitting between the two sets of doors added costs to the construction plans. …The business owner might, because that vestibule space consumes valuable floor space that could …

Got BIM?

Easy chair, take it easy, easy does it…all have a common theme, the ability or capability to appreciate something with the least amount of effort as possible. Now Powered Aire has switched into ‘easy’ mode with the launch of its BIM files. Sure, a word consisting of three capital letters sounds important, and in this …

The Future In Air Curtain Technology

POWERED AIRE has harnessed the power of electrically commutated (EC) motor technology by creating the ECo-Motor. Designed specifically for air curtain applications, the ECo-Motor produces lightning fast startup time, significant energy savings, and expansive variable speed control. By combining green technology with an energy saving product, Powered Aire is changing the way the air movement …

Air Curtains Approved For IECC Exception

Great news for building designers and owners alike! Air curtains meeting specific criteria put forth by the IECC can now be implemented as an exception to building vestibules. As a result, building designers can provide more effective means of maintaining temperature within conditioned spaces and building owners will see a decrease in upfront construction costs …