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A Fan That Earns You Rs.2/per day For 20 Years or A Fan That Pollutes The Environment – What Would You Buy?

A Fan That Earns You Rs.2/per day For 20 Years or A Fan That Pollutes The Environment – What Would You Buy?

A comparison of BLDC fans with other popular premium ceiling fans in India Ceiling fans are ubiquitous in India, and their prices generally range from Rs. 1500 to Rs. 10,000. Every year about six crore ceiling fans are sold in India, and about 15% of them are premium fans. In the ceiling fan industry, premium fans are fans that cost more than Rs. 2500. The only significant difference between economy fans and most premium fans of top brands such as…

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Is postponing BEE star rating a piece of good news for customers?

Is postponing BEE star rating a piece of good news for customers?

Bureau of Energy Efficiency(BEE) is an agency of the government of India under the Ministry of Power, formed to reduce the energy intensity in the Indian economy through policies and recommendations. One of their functions is to classify the efficiency of appliances through their star rating system with 1 being the least efficient and 5 being the most efficient. Many are familiar with this system, as it is followed in appliances such as refrigerators, Air conditioners, TVs, and a few…

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Let us join together for another battle

Let us join together for another battle

COVID -19 scared more than a billion of us and forced us to confine to our houses for almost 2 months. Thousands have lost their lives already to this pandemic in our country. There are other devastating effects such as loss of jobs, businesses, reduced pay, and so on, the lives of everybody have been affected [1] Other changes This lock-down to control the spread of COVID-19 has shown us the effect of us on our environment. India has 21…

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A brief note on BLDC motors and their application in ceiling fans

A brief note on BLDC motors and their application in ceiling fans

Motors are the primary component in a ceiling fan and this blog throws light on working of ceiling fan motors especially BLDC motors. Electric Motor And It’s Working We come across hundreds of motors in our daily life from domestic to industrial applications. Motors are electrical machines that convert electrical energy into mechanical energy (rotational motion). This rotational motion can be translated into linear motions as well based on the application. All electric motors have the following parts: Stator –…

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Superfan is an investment

Superfan is an investment

A commonly known SuperFact is that Superfan Ceiling Fan saves 56% of the power consumed by a regular ceiling fan. Benefits extend to Superfan’s return on investment. It is the right investment to make that earns your profit in about a few months. This article will tell you how this is possible. What is the ROI? Return on investment is an economist term that keeps us informed about our investment’s performance. It is calculated as, Now that we know what…

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Misconceptions About Ceiling Fans

Misconceptions About Ceiling Fans

Ceiling fans are the primary space cooling appliance in India. Ceiling fans may seem like a simple concept, but like everything else in the world, there are misconceptions and myths. Here are some common misconceptions and myths about ceiling fans. Ceiling Fans Cool The Room No! Ceiling fans don’t alter room temperature. It promotes air circulation and has no control over room temperature. The chillness we feel when under a ceiling fan is because it escalates the evaporation of our…

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History of Ceiling Fan

History of Ceiling Fan

Ceiling fans are the primary cooling device in tropical countries of the Asian subcontinent. In India alone, there are 400+ million ceiling fans running for an average of 12 hours daily. Such an electric appliance has a long history dating back to the 19th century. Manual Ceiling Fans In the early days of about 4000 BC, people used hand fans made up of palm leaves to represent royalty and comfort. These hand fans evolved into a palm leafed manual ceiling…

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Superfan – Fan Re ‘invented’

Superfan – Fan Re ‘invented’

Superfan’s patented original design has brought numerous innovations to a stagnant Indian ceiling fan industry. The following are a select few that shows why Superfan is ‘Fan reinvented’. Super Energy Efficient Ceiling Fan (35 W) Superfan broke the 35W barrier to enable an Indian ceiling fan to enter the super energy-efficient category of appliances. This novel design has been awarded two patents (2873/CHE/2009 and 3505/CHE/2012). Sensor-less BLDC control One of the challenges in BLDC technology was to minimize the failures…

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How Super Energy Efficient Ceiling Fans Differ from Regular Ceiling Fans?

How Super Energy Efficient Ceiling Fans Differ from Regular Ceiling Fans?

Ceiling fans are still the primary space cooling appliances in India. There are over 400 million ceiling fans in the country. They can be categorized based on their efficiency as: – Regular Ceiling fans – Energy Efficient ceiling fans – Super energy efficient ceiling fans Regular Ceiling fans Regular fans are conventional ceiling fans built with an AC Induction Motor (ACIM). Typically, they consume around 75W and some old fans may consume up to 90W. The vast majority of ceiling fans in use are these ceiling fans. The…

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Why super energy efficient ceiling fans?

Why super energy efficient ceiling fans?

Regular old ceiling fans Ceiling fans escape one’s mind when thinking about reducing electricity cost. This forgotten appliance contributes significantly to electricity consumption due to its numbers and hours of usage. The following estimation supports this claim. A regular ceiling fan (1200 mm span) consumes about 75 W at the highest speed.  There are over 400 million regular ceiling fans in India and each of them creates an electricity demand about 39W* (consumption at medium speed). Super energy efficient ceiling…

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