TroposAir 72″ Tornado Pure White Industrial Ceiling Fan

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  • Airflow High: 9021 CFM / Watts 97 / Efficiency 93
  • Pure White with Stainless Screws
  • High Performance Silicon Steel Motor with Triple Capacitor Speed Control
  • 3-Speed Pull Chain Fan Control
  • Fan Must be Mounted 10' Above Floor Level Due to Metal Blades

TroposAir 72" Tornado Pure White Industrial Ceiling Fan

 

Clean industrial design with three downturned blades that mount at different points on the motor. Available in 316-stainless steel, pure white and oil rubbed bronze

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TroposAir 72" Tornado Pure White Industrial Ceiling Fan
  • Airflow High: 9021 CFM / Watts 97 / Efficiency 93
  • Pure White with Stainless Screws
  • High Performance Silicon Steel Motor with Triple Capacitor Speed Control
TroposAir 72" Tornado Oil Rubbed Bronze Industrial Ceiling Fan
  • Airflow High: 9021 CFM / Watts 97 / Efficiency 93
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze with Stainless Screws
  • High Performance Silicon Steel Motor with Triple Capacitor Speed Control
TroposAir Titan II Oil Rubbed Bronze 72" Large Industrial Ceiling Fan with DC-Motor, Extruded Aluminum Blades and Remote
  • Airflow 11230 CF/M, Energy used 30.9-Watt, Efficiency 363 CFM/W
  • 6-Blade 72-Inch HVLS Design with Super Efficient DC-Motor With Reverse and 6-Speeds
  • Rated for Indoor and Outdoor (Damp Rated) Use
TroposAir Titan II Brushed Nickel Large 72" Industrial Ceiling Fan with DC-Motor, Extruded Aluminum Blades, LED Light and Remote
  • Airflow 11230 CF/M, Energy used 30.9-Watt, Efficiency 363 CFM/W
  • 6-Blade 72-Inch HVLS Design with Super Efficient DC-Motor With Reverse and 6-Speeds
  • Rated for Indoor and Outdoor (Damp Rated) Use
TroposAir Liberator 72" Oil Rubbed Bronze Large Ceiling Fan with LED Light, DC-Motor and Remote
  • Airflow 15,754 CF/M, Energy used 55-Watt, Efficiency 286.44 CFM/W
  • 9-Blade 72-Inch HVLS Design with Super Efficient DC-Motor With Reverse and 6-Speeds
  • Rated for Indoor and Outdoor (Damp Rated) Use

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