Did you know that electric fans can do more than just cool? It's true. Fans circulate the air and keep it in motion, maintaining a fresh breeze that cools as well as keeping humidity levels in check. Fans also add ventilation and prevent the inhalation of dangerous gases and fumes.
Whether you're looking for a ceiling fan for your bedroom, a table fan for your office or a pedestal fan for your warehouse, we're certain to carry just the right fan or air circulator for your needs.
Choosing the Right Type of Fan
How Does an Electric Fan Work?
The basic components of a typical electric fan include the following:
Most fans, however, are rated according to type, size, and number of blades. Four-blade electric fans are the most common, and the materials from which an electric fan's components are made often determine its price.
Location is Key
However, if you need to keep a warehouse or industrial area cool and comfortable, a high velocity commercial or industrial fan would be a better option.
Fans in the Home
Fans in the Workplace
Moreover, an industrial fan tends to have metal blades that are more durable and can move more air at once without putting as much strain on the fan's motor.
Fan Features to Look For
Different Fan Styles
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