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- English bronze finish motor.
- Eight cherry finish molded ABS blades.
- 72" blade span.
- 14 degree blade pitch.
- Includes full function six-speed hand held remote control.
This large ceiling fan is damp rated and perfect for large patio areas and porches. It comes in an English bronze finish with eight cherry finish ABS blades in an impressive 72-inch span. This fan has a DC motor with included six-speed remote control and wall bracket. It includes a Franklin Park light kit at the bottom, with an energy-efficient LED bulb included for use.
72" Predator Franklin Park Industrial Outdoor Ceiling Fan with Light LED Dimmable Remote Control English Bronze Cherry Blades Cage Damp Rated for Patio Porch - Casa Vieja out of 5 based on ratings.
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Ceiling Fans – Some Essential Things to consider Ceiling fans are able to reduce cooling costs. In the summer, a breeze put together by a good ceiling fan can make you experience between two and six degrees cooler. There are many ceiling fan styles and designs, and it is important that one considers these options carefully before purchasing a fan:
Fan Size It is important that the particular fan will fit in your space. You must consider the height of the ceiling and be sure that the blades possess ample space in which to whirl. It is recommended that the blades are not closer than two feet from the nearest wall.
Fan Motors Good fans have a motor size and accurate ground motor windings matched towards the length of the blades. This ensures that your fan moves the air efficiently, during continuous use, and uses a lesser amount of energy to run. If the motor or the blades are improperly balanced, vibration will occur, even at slow-moving speed. Fans that are built for outdoor usage have motors that are specially designed to face up to moisture and fluctuations in temps.
Fan Blades Fan blades come in all sorts of amazing shapes and patterns. However it is extremely important that the fan blades chosen will offer well-balanced performance for stable operation. Blades should be protected with a sealant to protect yourself from the warping effects of moisture. Blade pitches range from 8 to fifteen degrees - the higher the pitch, the more air the fan is going to circulate at slower speeds. The quantity of blades in a ceiling fan can vary from two to seven.
Fan Supports There are three main varieties of roof fan mounts – downrods, flush mount, and tri-mount. Downrods can come at any length and therefore are specially designed for rooms with increased ceilings, bringing the circulating blades from the fan down into the living space just where it is most effective. A flush install is designed for rooms with lower ceiling, and eliminates the need for a downrod. A tri-mount allows one to use a fan in a room for the best air flow whether there is a low, high as well as an angled ceiling. Patio ceiling fans are usually another important type of ceiling fan, and even although generally less common when compared with indoor ceiling fans, patio ceiling fans are thought important in the warmer, moister parts of the world.