Ceiling Fans

Resources

Manufacturers

    Airmaster Ceiling Fans View larger

    Airmaster Mark I Ceiling Fan

    40132

    New

    Airmaster Mark I Ceiling Fan is 56" and It's Recommended Mounting is Between 15" & 30" From Ceiling to Bottom of Fan. Safety Cable Included, Operates at 120Vac Energy Consumed is 62W at .52amps At Full Speed 290-rpm Moves Air At 26,400-cfm.

    More details

    $125.00

    Shipping Rates

    7 Items Available

      • 1 Year Commercial Warranty
      • Painted with Electro-Static White Paint
      • UL & CUL Listed
      • Shipped Complete with Safety Cable Included
      • Secure "J" hook Mounting System
      • Rubber Isolation Noise & Vibration Reduction Block
      • Motor can be controlled with Variable Speed Controller
      • All Ceiling Fans Stocked

      learn-more-button-2.png

        I am looking for the most energy efficient fans. Would a fan with a lower horse power be more energy efficient?
        All things being equal such as same motor RPM, Voltage, Service-Factor and Insulation: Yes a lower HP motor consumes less energy, the efficiency would depend on the CFM produced for the motor size.

        Is a higher CFM or lower CFM more energy efficient?
        The CFM is determined by the size and shape of the fan blade in conjunction with the RPM of the motor.  That being said, the actual energy efficiency would be determined by dividing the CFM by the energy being used to produce the CFM. A good rule of thumb would be to divide the CFM by the wattage the motor uses.

        How do you know how many watts a motor uses?
        On a single phase motor you multiply the motor rated amps x the motor voltage, and on a three phase motor you multiply the result by 1.73

        What is meant by CFM?
        CFM means cubic feet of air per minute. It is the measurement of airflow.

    Accessories