Aurora Ceiling Fan by The Modern Fan Company
AuroraŚ® Ceiling Fan
AuroraŚ® Ceiling Fan by The Modern Fan CompanyŚ® part of the Aurora Collection of Ceiling Fans by Ron Rezek. The Aurora Ceiling Fan was designed by Ron Rezek and is manufactured by The Modern Fan Company. The Aurora Fan has one of the most powerful motors which efficiently moves over 5941 cubic feet per minute while consuming only 71 watts at high speed (52" blade model). The Aurora ceiling fan by The Modern Fan Co. is easy to install, looks beautiful and works like a charm. Plus, it is very silent compared to other fans. Available with 2 blade finishes. Includes 6" and 16" downrods, yielding 14" or 24" overall height. UL Listed for damp locations. Aurora uses a 40w T5 circline fluorescent lamp and is therefore not dimmable.
The Aurora ceiling fan efficiently moves plenty of air so you'll keep air moving, feel cooler, and there will be less need to run the air conditioning continuously. This beautiful modern ceiling fan cools in the spring and summer and moves stagnant air during heating season in fall and winter. Aurora features a simple, vertical orientation particularly appropriate for lofts, stores and other high-ceiling applications. The bottom rotor is die-cast aluminum and along with the other metal components is available in either a brushed aluminum or gloss white finish. The body of the Aurora is an acrylic diffuser which transmits light both downward and reflects light upward for complete room lighting. The three blades are plywood construction and painted to match the fan finish. Choose from 42" or 52" blade span. The Aurora fan incorporates a circline fluorescent lamp within a translucent diffuser, providing the incandescent equivalent of 180 watts of long-lasting, color-corrected, energy saving fluorescent light. The innovative Aurora fan qualifies for the EPA's Energy Star labeling as a highly efficient, energy conserving design.
Selecting the right fan, what you need to know:
The more space between the blades and the ceiling, the more effectively your fan will circulate and distribute air. However, building codes require that the blades of a ceiling fan must be at least 7-feet above the floor. Generally, we recommend hanging the fan as far down from the ceiling as is visually appropriate, while maintaining the 7-foot blade clearance above the floor. When dealing with higher ceilings, one-third the distance to the floor is a good guideline. We generally recommend one of our hugger models for 8-foot ceilings. Keep in mind that optional light kits may add several inches to the overall length of the fan.
In nearly all cases, our 52-inch blade spans are the most appropriate selections. The 42-inch blade spans should be reserved for smaller rooms or narrow spaces (10-foot-by-10-foot and smaller) or when airflow to the area above the blades is blocked or restricted by architectural elements (beams, walls, cabinetry, etc.). Occasionally, two 42-inch fans may be a desirable alternative to one 52-inch fan.
The Modern Fan Co ceiling fans do not use conventional pull chains which is a nice minimal design feature. When ordering your fan, you should select the control that is most appropriate for your fan and electrical requirements. All controls are designed for use with one fan only.
Assembly and installation is required. Power supply must be turned off prior to any contact with electrical wires. As with any electrical product, it is recommended that a licensed electrician be hired to install your ceiling fan.
Collection: The Modern Fan Company
Modern Fan Product Code: LAPA
Material Fan Structure: aluminum
Material Blades: lacquered wood
Dimensions without Blades: 14" height x 15.5" diameter
Dimensions Ceiling Cap: 5.25" diameter
Fan Weight: 22.8 lbs.
Airflow: 5941 cubic feet per minute
Energy Information: 71 watts, 5941 cfm, 84 cfm/watt
Use: indoor, living room, dining room, bedroom, office
Product Category: fans, ceiling fans
Style: modern, contemporary
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