PAX Air

 

Innovative Air Handling

PAX Air develops appliance, refrigeration, HVAC, consumer, computer cooling, and transportation fans.

Fans use 22 percent of global electrical energy with extremely broad industrial and commercial applications. As one example, cooling fans are a critical component of electronic equipment: a desktop computer can have two, four, or even five fans; computer servers may have a dozen or more—and fans are the chief source of noise associated with electronic equipment, while consuming over one percent of global electricity and emitting millions of tons of atmospheric emissions.

By applying patented PAX geometries to ordinary fan blades, PAX Air consistently designs fans that are quieter, use less energy and/or smaller motors for the same output, provide greater and/or more controllable flow, and reduce manufacturing costs while providing improved performance.

PAX Air is represented by Global Biomimicry LLC.

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