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What type of ceiling fan should I choose?

Determine the best type of LED ceiling fan to meet your needs. It will become a must thanks to its Ultra Silent technology and its new Dual Air feature, which means they can be used during both summer and winter.

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Ultra Silent
Air Dual
Remote control
Change the color of the light.
Adapted to your room
FAQs

Ultra Silent

SYSTEM

Use it while you sleep or work

The Ultra Silent technology of our DC motors make them extremely quiet, which makes it possible to provide a cool breeze in rooms dedicated to study, work, or rest.

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Air Dual

TECHNOLOGY

Choose a ceiling fan with both a winter and a summer feature

LED ceiling fans save up to 30% energy by optimizing temperature, which maintains a cool and pleasant climate at home. Change the direction of the blades to create an enveloping current that optimizes the energy generated by heat and evenly distributes the hot air around the room.

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Remote control or using your smartphone

Take advantage of 5 features using your remote control:

On & off
Light color
3 speeds
1–8-hour timer
Dual Air feature

Choose the one that best suits your needs:

Remote control
WiFi
Manual

Adjust the intensity or choose the color temperature of the light that best suits your needs: Cold, warm, or neutral lighting based on your mood

If a product is marked as CCT, it means that the color temperature can be changed. We can distinguish between 3 types of color: warm (2,700–3,500 K), neutral (4,000–4,500 K), and cold (5,000–6,500 K). Additionally, if you have an intensity controller or using your remote control/smartphone, you can adjust the intensity of the light.

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What type of fan goes well with my room?

The diameter of the ceiling fan will determine the recommended size of the area. Here are some guidelines to follow so that you can easily determine the one that best suits your needs.

Small rooms

‹ 10 m²

diameter

≤ Ø107 cm

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Mid-sized rooms

10 - 20 m²

diameter

Ø107 - 132 cm

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Big rooms

› 20 m²

diameter

≥ Ø132 cm

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FAQs

What are the advantages of a ceiling fan over an air conditioner?
A ceiling fan can be enough to reach an adequate level of comfort. Here are a few advantages:
  • They use much less energy than air conditioners.
  • The movement of the air disperses heat, evaporates sweat, and intensifies the feeling of coolness.
  • They don't dry out the air.
  • They are easy to use.
  • Some models can be used in the winter by reversing the rotation of the blades, which prevents heat from accumulating on the ceiling and helps make heating more efficient.
  • They are features that provide a decorative bonus and can be adapted to any style.
Can I use the fan year-round?
Yes, our catalog includes models with a summer-winter feature that can be used on both the coldest and the hottest days. The reverse feature makes the blades spin in the opposite direction, that is, clockwise looking up. This helps redistribute the hot air that accumulates on the ceiling of the room downward, making it the perfect complement to the heating system by making it more efficient.
What's the difference between a fan with an AC motor and a fan with a DC motor?
Ceiling fans with a DC motor are quieter, use less energy, and can more accurately calibrate rotational speed. In general, a fan with a DC motor usually has 5 to 6 speeds, whereas a fan with an AC motor has 3 speeds.
What does it mean if my fan light is CCT?
If a product is marked as CCT, it means that the color temperature can be adjusted between warm, neutral, and cold light (that is, you get three products in one), meaning you can customize your lighting and create different ambiences as needed.
What happens if I turn off the fan's LED light using the remote control and leave the switch on?
For fans that come with a remote control, it is common for some customers stop using the switches and always turn the light on and off using the remote control. Keep in mind that if the home is empty for a prolonged period of time, you should always turn off the fan using the switch or breaker panel if it is connected directly to the electrical grid. For example, if you have an LED fan in your summer home, which is going to be empty during the winter, and you turn off the LED light using the remote control, leaving the current on, the fan may lose memory if there is a power outage. If so, once power is restored, the fan's LED light will turn on since the current will reach it again, and you will come back only to find that the light has been on for days. This is why it is important to always turn off the light using the switch or breaker panel if it is connected directly to the electrical grid if you are away for a prolonged period of time
How should the fan be cleaned?
Do not use water since it may damage the motor. Use a microfiber cloth to avoid scratching the finish. We recommend cleaning it at least once a month.
How is the size of the fan determined?
As a general rule, the larger the fan's diameter, the more air it produces. Choosing the size of the fan depends on the size of the room in which it will be installed. For example, for a ceiling height of between 2.3 and 3.3 meters, we recommend the following:
  • Up to 13 m²: fan with a diameter of less than 107 cm
  • Between 13 m² and 18 m²: fan with a diameter between 107 cm and 132 cm
  • Between 18 and 27 m²: fan with a diameter of 132 cm or more
For rooms larger than 27 m², we recommend installing two fans spaced 3 to 4 meters apart from the center.
Does a fan with 5 blades produce more air than one with 3 blades?
There is a myth that the more blades a fan has, the more air it produces, but this is not the case. The main factor that affects the amount of air a fan produces is the size of the blades, not the number of blades. The bigger they are, the more air they will produce.
The motor isn't rotating. What's going on?
The motor may not be rotating for a couple of reasons:
  • The fan is not fully assembled. If you try turning on the fan before it is fully assembled, the motor will not rotate since it is programmed not to run if the blades are not attached. Therefore, you should not try to turn on the fan until it is assembled.
  • Accumulation of dust. Some fans have a grille on top of the motor to dissipate heat. Dust can accumulate through these orifices during the winter, which is why the fan must be cleaned every year. If it is not cleaned and the motor overheats, it can shut off or break down and not work.
The fan wobbles. How can I fix it?
First, keep in mind that a little movement in a ceiling fan rotating at full speed is considered normal. If the fan also wobbles at slower speeds, it may be caused by various factors, such as bent blade irons, loose screws, or dirty or warped blades. Check for the following:
  • Loose screws: Tighten the screws on the blades. Also check that there are no loose screws in the light kit, motor coupling, downrod, or other assembly hardware.
  • Dirtiness: Remove any debris or residue from the fan's blades and motor.
  • Mounting: It is possible that it is improperly or loosely attached to the ceiling. Make sure that the mounting is suitable for the ceiling material. Installing a fan on a fixed ceiling is not the same as installing one on a dropped ceiling. Also check that the downrod's hemisphere is securely attached to the bracket.
  • Bent blades: Check to see whether any of the blades are bent by measuring the distance between the tip of each blade and the ceiling. If any measurement is more or less than the rest, it can cause swaying. In this case, the solution is to replace the blades.
What do I do if the motor makes noise?
If you hear a vibration coming from the motor, it may be due to an accumulation of dust in the fan's dissipation channels. Clean the top of the fan.
Do the fans have a safety system?
Most of our fans have a safety system such that if it detects that the motor is supporting less weight (for example, if a blade is missing), it doesn't turn on. On the other hand, if it is supporting too much weight or there is resistance (for example, if there is an object hanging from the blades), it turns off and will not turn on until the issue is resolved.

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