Right-to-Left (Counter Clockwise)
Pushes air down and out in a space. Larger fans tend to push the air down and out, while smaller fans tend to keep the air close and down.
DRY / INDOOR
For use indoors, only.
For use in screened/covered porches, bathrooms, and indoors.
For use indoors outdoors on pergolas, screened/cover porches, and indoors. Okay to be exposed to the natural elements, like rain/snow.
WEATHER+ / COASTAL
For use at the coast, where the air and moisture has a high salt content.
AC v DC MOTORS
Converts electrical energy to mechanical energy, that in turn uses up to 70% less electricity. Whisper Quiet, lighter in weight and tends to last longer than AC motors due to its efficiency.
Uses electricity to produce a rotating magnetic fields that in turn spins the rotor. Quiet and is the more affordable motor of the two.
Did you know?
If your fan spins back/forth before starting to truly spin, then you have a DC motor.