Tag: Ceiling fans

How Ceiling Fans Affect Our Lives

Posted by – August 22, 2016

Ceiling fans have been making our lives easier since before the dawn of electricity, with fans of old being driven by {paid (or unpaid!} slaves or crude pulley mechanisms. With with the advent of domestic power, everyone started having electric fans to make living better and ceiling fans with remote control are now available almost anywhere. And of course business has catered to the consumer and now you can find large companies specializing in making what the consumer demands. Hunter fans have done this. Naturally competition has created several firms to exploit the demand and Hunter is only one in thousands accessible now.

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In winter, a Hampton Bay ceiling fan should be set to turn the opposite direction (usually clockwise; the blades should spin with the downward turned side leading) and on a low speed (or the lowest speed the fan is able to circulate the air down to the floor). Air naturally stratifies—that is, warmer air rises to the ceiling while cooler air sinks. Unfortunately, this means it is colder on or near the floor where human beings spend most of their time. A ceiling fan, with its direction of rotation set so that air is drawn upward, pulls up the colder air below, forcing the warmer air nearer the ceiling to move down to take its place, without blowing a stream of air directly at the occupants of the room. This action works to even out the temperature in the room, making it cooler nearer the ceiling, but warmer nearer the floor. Thus the thermostat in the area can be set a few degrees lower to save energy, while maintaining the same level of comfort. It is important to run the fan at a low speed (or a lowest speed the fan is able to circulate the air down to the floor) to minimize the wind chill effect described above.

Casablanca ceiling fans come with lifetime warranty. Their fan blades have been adjusted to function at optimum pitch to provide maximum airflow at each setting. Each fan has been designed to consume the same amount of power an 100 watt light bulb will consume thereby making them some of the most economical in the market.

To finish, the best place for ceiling fans with remotes is the Internet. You will find an abundance of results resulting from an online search. You can filter the number of results by simply putting “” either end of the search to make an exact search term.

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