The use of destratificators allows to equalize the temperature gradient and limits the heat loss through the ceiling, constantly directing the warm air that is rising up downwards. In high rooms, an increase in air temperature is 1°C for each meter, the effect being a situation where the temperature in the upper parts of the room is much higher. Another phenomenon is when the temperature on the horizontal plane is poorly distributed in the room. The destratificator transfers warm air masses from zones of excess heat to the zones with insufficient heat, constantly stirring the air and thus maintaining a uniform temperature throughout the room.
Destratificators can work together with any heating system, since all systems have a convection component as a lifting of warm air masses upwards. Preventing this is the main task of destratificators.